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A Study on Health Promoting Lifestyle and the Related Factors of Community College Students
Self-perceived health status
community college students
health behavior self-efficacy
The goal of this study was to investigate the distribution and mutual relations among self-perceived health status, health behavior self-efficacy, and health-promoting lifestyle of students in a community college. A self-administered questionnaire combined with self-perceived health status scale, health behavior self-efficacy scale, and health-promoting lifestyle scale was applied in this study. A total number of 720 questionnaires were distributed and 684 valid questionnaires were collected with a response rate of 95%. The study results found that: (1) For health-promoting lifestyle of the study object, the highest score was self-actualization, followed by interpersonal support, nutrition, health responsibility, and stress management. And the lowest score was physical activities. The status of self-perceived health was in moderate degree. (2) The scores of health behavior self-efficacy in order are: psychological well-being, exercise, nutrition and health responsibility. (3) The factors affecting health-promoting lifestyle of the students in the community college include: demographic haracteristics (age, education, marital status, and occupation), self-perceived health status and health behavior self-efficacy, which had a positive correlation with health-promoting lifestyle. The lower the stress, the older the age, married and jobless, the better health status and the better health-promoting lifestyle implementation. (4) Self-perceived health status and health behavior self-efficacy are 2 valid predicting variables, the total variance is 59.2%.
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