A Comparison of Healthy Habits, Health Promoting Behavior, Self Efficacy and Health Status Among Medical Students and Non-Medical Students of Selected Colleges at Vijayapur District


Authors : Bhirappa Jogi; Bapu Khodnapur

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 9 - September

Google Scholar : https://bit.ly/3TmGbDi

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.8385075

Background To maintain a healthy habit, Healthy diet, self-love, and spending quality time with your family will help you stay grounded and remember what's important in life. New, beneficial habits will rapidly become part of your everyday routine after you've established them. These healthy practices will improve your mental and physical well-being over time and provide you with the tools you need to deal with stress in the future. To begin with, in order to be healthy, you must plan and adhere to a strict diet. This diet should include all of the minerals and vitamins that the body requires. Eat only healthy foods and avoid junk, high carbohydrate, and fatty foods. Furthermore, get up early in the morning because, first and foremost, it is a healthy habit. Second, getting up early allows you to get ready for work and spend quality time with your family. Furthermore, this determines the time for your sleep, and sleeping early de-stresses the body.Aim Perceived on comparison of healthy habits, health Promoting behavior, self efficacy and health status among medical students and non-medical students of selected colleges at Vijayapur districtMethodology An Non- Experimental Research Design: Comparative Descriptive design. was adapted. Sample size is 1000 medical students 500 and non-medical students 500, non-probability convenience sampling technique were included. Data was collected by using demographic profile, self structured questionnaire on health habits, self efficacy structured tool, Health Promoting life profile-II.Results Result were shows that of healthy habits13.3 & 0.0003(S), health Promoting behavior38.6 & < 0.001(S) , and health status 13.31 and 0.002(S) shows high between medical students than non-medical students but it does notConclusion: The study were conclude that of healthy habits health Promoting behavior and health status and shows high between medical students than non-medical students but it does not show any association with regard to self efficacy between medical non medical students .

Keywords : Comparison, Healthy Habits, Health Promoting Behavior, Self Efficacy and Health Status, Medical Students, Non-Medical.

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