Health Behavior a move made by a man to keep up, accomplish, or recapture great well-being and to forestall ailment. Well-being conduct mirrors man well-being convictions. Some basic well-being practices are practicing frequently, eating an adjusted eating regimen, and acquiring important vaccinations.
Behavior Research defines them as behavior patterns, actions and habits that relate to health maintenance, to health restoration and to health improvement. Health behaviors it is common to distinguish health enhancing from health impairing behaviors. Health impairing behaviors have harmful effects on health or otherwise predispose individuals to disease. Such behaviors include smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, and high dietary fat consumption. Health behaviors also impact upon individuals quality of life, by delaying the onset of chronic disease and extending active lifespan. Smoking, alcohol consumption, diet, gaps in primary care services and low screening uptake are all significant determinants of poor health, and changing such behaviors should lead to improved health.
Related Journals of Health Behavior
Journal of Primary Healthcare, Journal of Addiction Research and Therapy, American Journal of Preventive Medicine, Journal of Preventive Medicine and Hygiene, International Journal of Preventive Medicine, Journal of Preventive Medicine and Public Health.