Nursing

Nursing

Introduction

This assignment gives the detailed understanding of the topic that “Is people who does not have any disease, will be considered healthy or it is complex or comprehensive.” Thus, on this basis, the discussion in the study is carried out. At the same time, the study also includes the critical arguments on the factors that influence the people to the view of health (Medical News Today, 2017). Thus, this assignment provides that health is the key components of nursing practice. Besides that, it is identified that diseases free body consider as a sign of good health and reduce the complex health challenges. At the same time, the study also defines the factors that could influences the viewpoint of the health and these factors can be social and environmental factors. In case of social factors, the individual perception is guided by the society while environmental factors  includes air quality, sources of Nutrition’s, preventive medicines and these contributes towards the perception of the people. On that basis, people judge that whether it is positive environment or not. At the same time, these factors will prove to be helpful for the people as it promotes the healthy activities. Thus, this study provides the deep understanding about the health related factors and its contribution towards the nursing practices.

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Discussion

Is health merely the absence of disease, is it more complex and comprehensive

In the views of Huber, et al., (2011), mentioned that yes, it is true that people without having any disease consider as a healthy person. In accordance of today’s scenario the health related problem is growing day by day due to increase consumption of fast food, in-healthy products. So, it is estimated that disease is the biggest cause of growing health problems. Moreover, according to Manderscheid, et al., (2010), it is found that people who are disease free are considered more stress-free. This will also reflect in their work performances as individual able to concentrate properly on work. So the people with the less disease are believed to be more successful and happier in life as compared to the people who are suffering from multiple diseases. But in contrary of this Oguru, et al., (2010) argued that health is more than just of an absence of disease. It is because, in the health, there are the lot of things that also need to consider such as malaise, apathy and memory problems. They also consider as a complex and inescapable situation for the people health. This indicates clearly that disease is not only the reason for the people of bad healthy. But, other symptoms also could be the cause of making the health worst.

In the research of Gangestad& Thornhill, (2013) it is identified that health is a positive concept for the wellbeing of the people. It is because healthy people able to contribute largely towards in the society and economic functions. It is estimated that health is not only the absence of disease or injury but, it also includes various factors that affect the health of the individual. So, in order to reduce the influences of the bad health then, in that case, it is required to managing health through promoting the good health. It also needs to identify the risk that is involved with the health. It is also necessary to develop the preventive measures for overcoming the diseases (Strate, et al., 2012). Thus, identification of the real problem for the individual is less complex activity than the absence of diseases is quite complex and comprehensive problem. But at the same time, it is also considered that the people with disease related problem have more negative influences in the life of the individual (Medical News Today, 2017)

Factor that affects the viewpoint of the individual regards the health

Social Factors

In addition to this, there are also various factors that could influence the individual viewpoint on the subject matter that is health and disease related topic. Likewise, in the views of Strate, et al., (2012), the factor that is having more influences on the people perception regarding their viewpoint on the health is the social factors. It is because society is having a strong impact on the individual as they live their life’s in the surrounding of the society and at the same time individual share their resources and culture that guides their viewpoint towards the health. For instances, if in the society, people believed that absence of the disease is one of the reasons of good health then the individual also perceived in the same way. On the other side, in case society perceived that other than disease, there are also so many factors that could also affect the health such as mental instability, unhealthy food, stressful situation, etc., similarly, people also develop their viewpoint. Thus, these practices indicate that the social factors are the biggest factor that influences the viewpoint and perception of the individual.

Environmental Factors

On the other hand, Lloyd-Jones, et al., (2010), stated that environmental factors also consider as a crucial factor that could also affect the individual viewpoint regarding their healthy in both positive and in a negative manner. Likewise, in case of positive environmental factor, there are various activities like air quality, sources of Nutrition’s, preventive medicines are to be considered as these are the practices that support the individual to develop the positive healthy, and from this, people also perceive that positive environmental is the cause of the good health. Besides that, negative environment factors that include the viruses, bad air pollution and excessive work that develop the stress in the people that affect the human health. So, similarly, in that manner individual perceive that bad air quality and stress are the cause of their bad health. Thus, both the above mention factor is proved to be a factor that could influence the perception of the individual regarding the health.

Factors Relevancy in the Nursing Practices

The mention factor that is social and environmental both are contributing a vital role in the nursing practice as nursing practices support the care of all individual of ages, families, group, and communities, etc. It is done through promoting the health of people by considering various activities. The factor is believed to be relevant for the nursing practices such as the social factor that able to promote the healthy individual lifestyle through indicating the healthy foods, preventive medicines that could influence the people positively (Medical News Today, 2017). While environmental factor is also relevant for the nursing practices only in the case when individual learn to save their resources and tries to adopt more sustainable practices in their life. Thus, this gives the sign that both the factor will prove to be relevant for nursing practices.

Conclusion

From the above discussion, it can be concluded that health is the main component for the wellbeing of people as different people have the different viewpoint on the health as some believed that absences of diseases are the indicator of good health. Other believed that mental problem also considers as a bad health. Besides that, social and environmental factor guide the individual perception regarding the health, and it is also proved that this factor also contributes high on the nursing practices.

References

Gangestad, S. W., & Thornhill, R. (2013). Developmental Stability. Evolutionary social psychology, 169.

Huber, M., Knottnerus, J. A., Green, L., van der Horst, H., Jadad, A. R., Kromhout, D., … & Schnabel, P. (2011). How should we define health?. BMJ: British Medical Journal343.

Lloyd-Jones, D. M., Hong, Y., Labarthe, D., Mozaffarian, D., Appel, L. J., Van Horn, L., … & Arnett, D. K. (2010). Defining and setting national goals for cardiovascular health promotion and disease reduction. Circulation121(4), 586-613.

Manderscheid, R. W., Ryff, C. D., Freeman, E. J., McKnight-Eily, L. R., Dhingra, S., &Strine, T. W. (2010). Peer reviewed: Evolving definitions of mental illness and Wellness. Preventing chronic disease7(1).

Medical News Today (2017). Retrieved from http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/150999.php.

Oguru, M., Tachibana, H., Toda, K., Okuda, B., & Oka, N. (2010). Apathy and depression in Parkinson disease. Journal of geriatric psychiatry and neurology23(1), 35-41.

Strate, L. L., Modi, R., Cohen, E., & Spiegel, B. M. (2012). Diverticular disease as a chronic illness: evolving epidemiologic and clinical insights. The American journal of gastroenterology107(10), 1486-1493.

 

 

 

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