Analysis of Current Drink Consumption Behavior on Blood Sugar Levels in Adolescents

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Santi Damayanti Adi Sucipto Metty Metty


Adolescents are becoming increasingly familiar with drinks that are currently popular. Things that are “current” at a certain time are things that are trending or popular. Teenagers are increasingly consuming modern drinks for various reasons. Drinking modern beverages has raised some concerns, primarily due to their potentially excessive levels of sugar, caffeine, and calories. Numerous studies have revealed that excessive consumption of sugary drinks is associated with several health problems, including type 2 diabetes, obesity, and other problems. This research contributes to understanding current drink consumption behavior among teenagers and its impact on blood sugar levels. The research method used was quantitative with a cross-sectional approach. The sample size was 182 respondents. The sampling technique is simple random sampling. Research instrument with a questionnaire. Bivariate analysis results: age with current drinking frequency 0.85 (>0.05), amount of pocket money with current drinking frequency 0.01 (<0.05), central obesity with current drinking frequency 0.78 (>0.05), transportation with current drinking frequency 0.03 (<0.05), taste and brand with current drinking frequency 0.00 (<0.05), Blood Sugar Levels with drinking frequency current drink p Value 0.47 (>0.05). Conclusions that influence current drink consumption by students: the amount of pocket money, type of transportation, interest in the taste and brand of current drinks and there is no relationship between current blood sugar levels and the frequency of drinking current drinks.


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DAMAYANTI, Santi; SUCIPTO, Adi; METTY, Metty. Analysis of Current Drink Consumption Behavior on Blood Sugar Levels in Adolescents. Jurnal Keperawatan Respati Yogyakarta, [S.l.], v. 11, n. 1, p. 6 - 11, feb. 2024. ISSN 2541-2728. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 29 feb. 2024. doi:
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