Healthy Elderly: Point of View 5 Dimensions of Happiness

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Lumpai Suvannasan
Arunrat Sunongbua

Abstract

The situation of entering an aging society has impacts on physical, mental, economic, and social health. This indicated the trend of the rapidly increasing rate of the elderly in today’s society. The number of working-age population that can support caring for the elderly tends to decline. The problem of the elderly was being alone. Health problems and the ability to help by themselves in daily life decreased due to the deterioration of the body. Implementation conceptual framework “Enough happiness, slow down aging, live long” Led to strategies for each activity as well as follow-up guidelines performance appraisal. Creating mutual understanding in Public Health operations was for all departments. The main purpose of Building health for the elderly was to campaign “healthy elderly, take care of yourself and have a good quality of life”. Six issues that need to be in action together: movement, nutrition, environment, oral health, brain health, and happiness in the previous of all 5 dimensions.

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Suvannasan L, Sunongbua A. Healthy Elderly: Point of View 5 Dimensions of Happiness. JNPCPRU [Internet]. 2023 Jan. 5 [cited 2024 Apr. 17];1(1):28-34. Available from: https://he03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JNPCPRU/article/view/951
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Lumpai Suvannasan, Chaiyaphum Hospital

 

 

Arunrat Sunongbua, Chaiyaphum Hospital

 

 

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