Assessment of Inter-Connection between Suriphobia and Individual’s Blood Glucose Level: A Questionnaire Centred Project
Ghalia Batool Alvi*, Muhammad Imran Qadir and Baber Ali
Journal Title:Journal of Clinical And Experimental Immunology
Blood sugar level is actually the estimation of the total glucose sugar content in the one’s blood. Insulin and Glucagon are the two key hormones responsible for maintaining homeostasis which sustain blood glucose level. Hypoglycemia and Hyperglycemia are the two conditions associated with blood sugar level. In case of hypoglycemia, blood glucose level falls below the normal level of glucose in the blood while hyperglycemia is the condition of elevated blood glucose level than the normal range. Different tests are available to test the blood glucose level of an individual. The central objective of this project was to assess the inter-connection between one’s being suriphobic and their blood sugar level at fasting. Phobia is a word associated with the condition of extreme fear from a series of specified events. Suriphobia or mice fear is the term used for those individuals who extremely fear from mice, rats, rodents etc. This study was a questionnaire based project to assess the fact that if there is any inter-connection between people’s being suriphobic and their blood glucose level at fasting. For this purpose blood sugar level of the sample population was calculated using Glucometer. Statistical Analysis point towards the significant results if this study as the calculated p-value was exact of the standard p¬-value which is p ≤ 0.05. Therefore, the fact that there is a significant relation between individual’s being Suriphobe and their Blood Glucose Level at fasting is proved.