Healthy Lifestyle And Attitude To The Illness Of Healthy People

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The presented study explores the relationship between the healthy lifestyle and the attitude to illness on the part of people having no chronic illnesses. The goal was to identify the ways in which the attitude to illness, as well as age and gender factors, influence the formation of the healthy lifestyle. The research covered 413 people (127 men and 286 women) aged from 17 to 65. To explore the healthy lifestyle, HPLP-II (Walker) questionnaire and a general questionnaire were used. The type of attitude towards illness was studied using the TOBOL questionnaire (aiming to identify the attitude to illness). The authors explored the extent of healthy lifestyle parameters and the attitudes to illness in age and sex groups. The lower values of the general healthy lifestyle parameter in young people were identified. The differences in the healthy lifestyle of men and women in terms of parameters "attitude to one's health", "nutrition" and "interpersonal interaction" were shown, demonstrating predominance in women. "Physical activity" is more typical for men. No differences in the common indicator were revealed. The analysis of attitude to illness in healthy people showed the predominance of Anosognosic and Ergopathic types. Using the path model, it was shown that the type of attitude towards illness is conditioned by age and influences the healthy lifestyle.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)171-177
JournalThe European Proceedings of Social & Behavioural Sciences Ep-SBS
VolumeLVI
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 28 Feb 2019

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