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Health concept, perceived health and healthy lifestyle：A cross-sectional study of individuals taking self-paid health examination
Self-paid health examination
The purpose of this study was to investigate Health concept, perceived health and healthy lifestyle：A cross-sectional study of individuals taking self-paid health examination. The purposive sampling was collected 332 (95%) questionnaires from the persons 20 years of ages or older. Use the investigation for the study, and the results indicated that: 1. The score of the health concept, the highest score is adaptive health concept, followed by function/Role performance health concept, eudemonistic health concept and the lowest score was clinical health concept. 2. The score of the healthy lifestyles that the highest score is nutrition, followed by self-actualization, interpersonal support, stress management, health responsibility and the lowest score was exercise. 3. The regular health examination and healthy lifestyles of the research audiences have obvious differences. The audiences having regular health examination, good perceived health and health concept have the batter healthy lifestyles. 4. The healthy lifestyles could be predicted by the variables of the regular health examination, perceived health and health concept of health explained 36.3% of variance of healthy lifestyles.
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