Dr. Muhammad Maqsood, Umar Ejaz, Marryam Khalid, Rizwan Ahmad, Azhar Hussain
Metabolic syndrome is the condition that includes hypertension, increased blood sugar level, dyslipidaemia, fats around abdominal organs in abdominal cavity. In our study we conducted a survey to find out “pervasiveness of metabolic syndrome among Nurses and its alliance with anxiety as well as depression” in General hospital of Lahore City. Research design (survey & questionnaire) was based on quantitative and descriptive cross-sectional correlations. Samples were 100 percent of female nurses of Lahore general hospital Lahore. SPSS version 21 was used for data analysis. Demographic and descriptive analyses were carried out. This study suggested a weak alliance between variables of metabolic syndrome and anxiety as well as the variables of depression. This study suggests that there is need of adopting better strategies for providing better occupational health to nursing personnel’s in hospitals.