An assessment of the perceived benefits of Ceragem therapy

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing




This study utilized a non-experimental design specifically the descriptive research design. A convenience sampling was done in choosing the 100 respondents. The formulated tool contains a total of 16 questions that evaluates the respondents’ perception on benefits of CERAGEM therapy. Data was analyzed through frequency distribution, percentage, mean, f-test and t-test. In view of the findings, the following conclusions are drawn: 1) Majority of the respondents are 50-70 years old, female, with a monthly income of P30,000-P49,999, high school graduates, have been undergoing therapy for a duration of more than 1 year for3-7 days a week, and have hypertension; 2) The respondents strongly agree with the perception that CERAGEM Therapy makes them physically fit, makes them seat thus excreting waste products from their body, helps in correcting health conditions, relieves pain, increases strength and endurance, minimizes fatigue, relaxes muscle, improves blood circulation, and helps maintain proper curvature of the spine and posture. Likewise, the respondents agree that CERAGEM Therapy helps in performing activities of daily living with less discomfort, improves breathing pattern without any distress, helps in managing stress, improves sleep-rest pattern, and improves bowel movement. Therefore, CERAGEM Therapy can improve daily living; 3) The respondent’s age, gender, and educational attainment have no significant difference on the perceived benefits of CERAGEM Therapy. Monthly family income, duration and frequency of therapy, and health conditions have significant difference on the perceived benefits.

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