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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.10, No. 12)

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Most of the respondents are female, aged 17–22 years, they are students/college students and are single. From the study, it was found that most of the samples had sleeping behavior. In terms of the sleeping duration which is between 5-8 hours, followed by less than 5 hours and more than 8 hours, respectively. In terms of the sleeping time, most of them had during 22.01-00.00, followed by 00.01-02.00, after 02.00 and 20.00 - 22.00, respectively. As for the study of symptoms and mental state, it was found that it was at a moderate level. When considering one by one, it was found that the symptoms of irritability and mood swings were the most, which were at a moderate level, followed by the anxiety of people being around them and their surroundings, feeling depressed and unhappy in life, respectively which is at a low level of symptoms. Therefore, from the results of the study, it can be concluded that sleep behavior affects the incidence of mental health conditions because most of the samples had a sleep duration in the normal period of 5-8 hours, and most of them slept during a reasonable time, not too late, which is during 22.01-00.00 hrs. This causes the overall symptoms to be at a moderate level. However, there are some behaviors of staying up late and sleeping less which may affect the risk of various mental health conditions in the future.

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