The Proportion of Mental Health Disorders by Gender in the North Buton Regency in the 2019-2021 Period


The development of science and technology and the differences in each region have caused many changes in the aspects of human life, both physical, mental, and social. It can limit people’s ability to achieve satisfaction and well-being in life as it often causes pressure or difficulty. The study objective is to describe the proportion of mental disorders by gender in the North Buton Regency during the 2019-2021 period. This is a survey research using data from the health report of the Health Office of North Buton Regency in the period of 2019-2021, which includes data on the malaria cases by gender. The research sample is people with mental disorders. The type of research data is numerical. The research data is presented in the form of a graph with narration. The number of cases of mental disorders in the North Buton Regency based on gender has a distribution in that men with mental disorders is higher than women.

Keywords: Mental Disorders, Gender, Male, Female, North Buton Regency

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