دانلود مقاله انگلیسی رایگان:انجمن عادات پارافانکشنال دهانی با اضطراب و ویژگی های شخصیتی بزرگ پنج در عربستان بزرگسالان جمعیت - 2020
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  • Association of Oral Parafunctional Habits with Anxiety and the Big-Five Personality Traits in the Saudi Adult Population Association of Oral Parafunctional Habits with Anxiety and the Big-Five Personality Traits in the Saudi Adult Population
    Association of Oral Parafunctional Habits with Anxiety and the Big-Five Personality Traits in the Saudi Adult Population

    سال انتشار:

    2020


    عنوان انگلیسی مقاله:

    Association of Oral Parafunctional Habits with Anxiety and the Big-Five Personality Traits in the Saudi Adult Population


    ترجمه فارسی عنوان مقاله:

    انجمن عادات پارافانکشنال دهانی با اضطراب و ویژگی های شخصیتی بزرگ پنج در عربستان بزرگسالان جمعیت


    منبع:

    Sciencedirect - Elsevier - The Saudi Dental Journal, Journal Pre-proof: doi:10:1016/j:sdentj:2020:01:003


    نویسنده:

    Adel F. Almutairi, Nouf Albesher, Modi Aljohani, Misam Alsenani, Ohood Turkistani, Mahmoud Salam


    چکیده انگلیسی:

    Background: Oral parafunctional habits are related to any abnormal hyperactivity of the oromandibular system. They are prevalent in all societies in varying intensity and have potential physical and psychological implications. The aim of this study was twofold: 1) to determine the prevalence of various types of oral parafunctional habits in the Saudi adult population, and 2) to examine their association with and the level of anxiety and personality factors. Methods: This cross-sectional study was conducted with an electronic data collection form distributed to the public through social media. The questionnaire comprised of the following: a) demographic information, b) the Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale (HAM-A), c) the Ten-Item of Big-Five Personality Traits, d) a list of oral parafunctional habits. Data were analysed using a Pearson’s Chi square and binary logistic regression. Results: The participants reported several parafunctional habits including daily gum chewing (86%), lip/object biting (59%), clenching (45%), nail biting (36%) and grinding (32%). Males were 3 [2.3-3.7] times and younger age groups were 1.5 [1.1-2.0] times more likely to be associated with nail biting compared to their counter groups (adj.P<0.001 and adj.P=0.007). Lip/object biting was significantly 1.3 [1.1-1.7] times more prevalent in males (adj.P=0.015). Participants who reported being extroverts were more likely to be associated with clenching (46.4%) (P=0.024). An emotionally stable person was significantly less likely to be associated with nail biting (28.4%), grinding (24.9%), clenching (35.8%), and lip/object biting (48.4%) (P<0.001each). Participants who reported conscientiousness and emotional stability were significantly less associated with TMD (P=0.007, P<0.001). Conclusion: Oral parafunctional habits are highly prevalent in the Saudi adult population in varying degrees. Possible risk factors include males, younger age groups, single people, and being financially constrained.
    Keywords: Para-functional | Nail biting | bruxism | Personality Factors | Saudi population


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