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A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON HEALTH EDUCATION INTERVENTION

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A ON HEALTH EDUCATION INTERVENTION ON MENTAL STABILITY AND OBESITY

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE

There is a two-way link between obesity and health issues such as depression. Obesity can lead to health issues such as depression (Public health England 2013). It is possible for people to turn to food for comfort, diets might be harmful, and weight loss plans can suffer as a result of poor mood. Dent, Mark (2011) Gatineau, Maureen (2011) Weight gain can be both a side effect of medication and a secondary sign of a mental condition. The commonalities between physical and health issues are becoming more well known.

It’s time for an entirely new way of thinking in order to reconcile the historical divide between physical and health treatment, according to a recent investigation (MHF 2013). No doubt that obesity prevention and early treatment can save lives, and at the very least lessen the physical morbidity that comes with it. More than the general population, those with serious health issues are at greater risk of obesity-related health complications.

However, there is currently no specific guidance accessible for service users staying in secure health units that ly refers to obesity prevention and weight management. Obesity management for those with disorders associated with greater risk, such as those with long-term health issues, is a research priority that should be investigated.

Obesity is on the rise in Western countries, largely due to a decline in physical activity and an increase in caloric intake [T. Lobstein, L. Baur, and R. Uauy 2004, C. L. Ogden, M. M. Lamb, M. D. Carroll, and K. M. Flegal ]. Obesity prevalence rates in affluent countries may be stabilizing [M. Wabitsch, A. Moss, and KromeyerHauschild2014]; nonetheless, data demonstrates that once obesity is established, it is difficult to reverse [H. O. Luttikhuis 2009].

Obesity in children and adolescents has been linked to obesity in adults [A. S. Singh 2008]. As a result, obesity has been dubbed a major public health issue in developed countries [A. S. Singh 2002], with serious implications for the health and well-being of children and adults alike. Since obesity increases the chance of developing chronic diseases later in life, it cannot be ignored [M. K. Gebremariam , P. T. Katzmarzyk, A S Church, A L Craig and C Bouchard 2009].

To counteract the detri effects of increased weight and obesity [W. B. Strong, R. M. Malina ], it is critical that children receive adequate physical exercise and a nutritious diet [A. P. Hills, N. A. King, and T P Armstrong ]. Governments and many communities have known for a long time that obesity is a growing health issue, and as a result, they’ve developed a variety of programs aimed at curbing excessive weight gain by encouraging people to reduce their intake of high-energy foods and spend less time sitting down (primarily watching television)

[M. M. Fernandes 2013]. It is important to start promoting a healthy lifestyle early in life, since numerous studies have shown that an active lifestyle can have a good and preventative effect on one’s health in old age. Because of this, schools have been highlighted as good places to encourage health-improving practices.

As Waters [2011] suggests, interventions must be integrated into the school curriculum and include amongst others “healthy eating, physical activity, and body image” [E. Waters 2011] as well as support for teachers and parents in order to be effective. Furthermore, interventions that last longer than a year are more likely to be integrated into the curriculum, school, and parents’ activities, and thus more promising to increase knowledge and behaviors that contribute to a healthy lifestyle and enhanced quality of life in the long term [J. A. C. Silveira 2011].

In Baden-Wurttemberg, southwest Germany, this initiative promotes a healthy lifestyle and was launched in 2009 (for additional details, see [J. Dreyhaupt ]). All of the program’s components and materials have been incorporated into the school’s curriculum with the goal of encouraging students to adopt healthier lifestyles that include more physical activity, less screen time, and a more varied diet, with an emphasis on cutting back on sugary drinks and skipping breakfast.

educators collaborated with classroom teachers to design the resources that encourage healthy and active options for those who want to live a healthier lifestyle. Students will learn about a variety of health-related issues, as well as new and interesting ways to spend their free time. It was necessary to conduct a large-scale evaluation in order to determine whether the implementation and desired objectives were attained.

STATING THE PROBLEM, Section 1.2

In order to combat obesity and create parity of respect between and physical health in secure health institutions, a limited body of mostly exploratory, mixed method research has identified a number of aspects. A wide range of solutions to minimize the obesogenic environment and adjustments in policy to address the behavior of staff and patients are included.

National policies, quality assessment, and rigorous evaluation are all critical to the success of interventions. Obesity must, however, be addressed in safe environments, as research shows. There’s still a lot to learn about how to deal with this issue. The effectiveness and applicability of alternative treatments for certain populations, including those held in secure institutions, must be examined in larger-scale investigations.

1.3 PURPOSE AND OF THE EXPERIMENT

Ultimately, the study hopes to compare the effects of health education interventions on psychological well-being and body mass index (BMI). The following are some of the study’s other particular goals:

To explore the role of health education in promoting health and preventing obesity.

Examine the prevalence and consequences of adult obesity, and look at possible treatment options.

To study the effect of health education on stability and obesity..

To look at the difficulties of adopting health education interventions

To investigate the link between health education and health and obesity.

education intervention initiatives have a number of issues that need to be addressed.

IS THE ’S RESEARCH MATTERS?

Involving health professionals in the delivery, support, and adoption of lifestyle modification interventions is critical to the study’s success. When patients are actively involved in the decision-making process, they are better able to take care of themselves. Students, researchers, and academics who wish to pursue additional research in this area would greatly benefit from the findings of this study.

TO WHAT EXTENT THE IS LIMITED
The research is limited to a comparison of health education interventions with obesity.
The study was hampered by the following drawbacks:
There is a financial limit It is common for researchers to be hindered by a lack of funds in their search for relevant resources, literature or information, and in collecting data (internet, questionnaire and interview)
There is a time limit on this study because the researcher is also working on other academic projects at the same time. As a result, less time will be spent conducting research.

 

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