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Lifestyles of the elderly in the city of san francisco de campeche

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MPE. Ana Rosa Can Valle, M. en C. Betty Sarabia Alcocer, Dra. Luz Virginia Pacheco Quijano, MEAP. Fajime Cú Quijano, Mtro. Sinuhe Estrada Carmona, Dr. Gabriela Isabel Pérez Aranda and Dra.Liliana García Reyes
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The three major factors that affect health and that must be taken into account for a comprehensive action on lifestyles are: individual, social and environmental factors. These factors could be developed exhaustively, but in this approach to behavioral change in health we will stay in the analysis and development of those that are more affordable for the professional who works with older people, healthy behaviors such as: not smoking, not drinking in excess, Exercise are behaviors related to health that are learned, generated and developed within a given environment, which will give the keys to resources and limits, in a country, region or context produces certain lifestyles. Objective: To identify the lifestyles of the Elderly. Method: This research has a qualitative, descriptive approach, we studied 46 Seniors from different community or Gerontological Centers of the City of San Francisco de Campeche, the instrument that was applied is the questionnaire of Lifestyle made up of 12 sections that explores: Smoking, caffeine consumption, alcoholic beverages, physical exercise, hours of sleep per day and personal hygiene. The information obtained was analyzed using statistical methods. 67% (31) are women and 33% (15) are men, when asked the Elderly if they consumed caffeine such as coffee, tea or soft drink, 52% (24) Answered yes and 48% (22) answered that they did not consume it. 24% of the Elderly answered that if they used to drink alcohol frequently and 76% said that they did not usually drink these drinks, mostly women. Conclusions: The use of caffeine as coffee, tea or soft drinks is an important factor. Ingestion of these products leads to obesity. In older people who drink alcoholic beverages, 24% said that they did not use these drugs And most are women. It is relevant the lifestyles of the Elderly and should recommend good personal hygiene, their hours of dreams at least eight hours.

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