“Te’undur” Techniques for Sleep Disorders


  • Diana Pefbrianti Gerontics Departement, STIKES Intan Martapura, South Kalimantan, Indonesia.
  • Devi Hairina Lestari Gerontics Departement, STIKES Intan Martapura, South Kalimantan, Indonesia.
  • Diana Pefbrianti Gerontics Departement, STIKES Intan Martapura, South Kalimantan, Indonesia




Individuals who have hypertension often experience Complex
issues such as sleep disturbances, pain, anxiety, and family
support are low. So that individuals experience limitations in
carrying out activities and are still dependent on other people
around him. Non-pharmacological interventions with The retreat
method can have a positive impact on the elderly who experience
sleep disorders due to hypertension to maintain its life and always
respond to the environment Surrounding. This community service
is carried out in the village Tambak Baru ilir Martapura District,
Banjar Regency City South Kalimantan. The measurement results
obtained data that the elderly who experienced mild sleep
disorders as much as 81.8% and those who experienced moderate
sleep disorders as much as 18.2%. Te'undur is effective in
overcoming sleep problems in the elderly caused by hypertension.
Te'undur technique can provide relaxation / calm to respondents
spiritually by saying istighfar or hamdalah accompanied by deep
breathing techniques and loosening the muscles of the body.


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How to Cite

Pefbrianti, D., Hairina Lestari, D. ., & Pefbrianti, D. . (2023). “Te’undur” Techniques for Sleep Disorders. International Journal Of Community Service, 3(3), 151–155. https://doi.org/10.51601/ijcs.v3i3.203




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