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Vpliv izmenskega dela na spanje in duševno zdravje – pregled literature in pogled naprej

Meta Lavrič in Vita Štukovnik

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Povzetek: Izmensko delo predstavlja nujo modernega sveta, saj zagotavlja 24-urno pokritost ključnih služb in storitev. Razlikuje se glede na število in dolžino izmen ter glede na vzorce oblikovanja urnikov, vsem oblikam pa je skupno, da se delno ali popolnoma prekrivajo s časom nočnega spanja. Izmensko delo tako povzroča neskladnost med cirkadianimi ritmi in okoljskimi zahtevami, kar ima negativen vpliv na spanje in lahko povzroča nastanek motenj spanja, ki vodijo do težav v duševnem zdravju. Na slabše duševno zdravje vpliva tudi razvoj za zdravje tveganih vedenj, ki jih izmenski delavci razvijejo za soočanje z urniki dela (predvsem z nočnim delom) ter neskladnost njihovih urnikov z urniki splošne populacije, kar vodi do nižje kvalitete socialnega življenja ter do družinskih konfliktov. Ker pa izmenskega dela ne moremo popolnoma odpraviti, je treba razmisliti o oblikovanju ukrepov, ki bodo tako na ravni posameznikov kot na ravni delovnih organizacij poskrbeli za zniževanje negativnih učinkov izmenskega dela na duševno zdravje in počutje zaposlenih. V članku predstavljamo ključne značilnosti izmenskega dela kot dejavnika tveganja za razvoj duševnih motenj, ob tem pa poudarjamo pomen ukrepov promocije zdravja pri delu za preprečevanje oz. lajšanje negativnih učinkov izmenskega dela na duševno zdravje zaposlenih.

Ključne besede: izmensko delo, nočno delo, cirkadiani ritmi, motnje spanja, duševno zdravje


Citiraj:
Lavrič, M. in Štukovnik, V. (2021). Vpliv izmenskega dela na spanje in duševno zdravje – pregled literature in pogled naprej [The impact of shift work on sleep and mental health – a review of the literature and a look ahead]. Psihološka obzorja, 30, 153–161. https://doi.org/10.20419/2021.30.541


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