For an Expanded Prevention Model
Editeur: Éditions Dakyil
This book is born out of a wish to find a better definition of good health throughout the country. According to the author, this new definition could, in itself, relieve part of the current suffering of our health system, because it would bring an expansion of the prevention model by including the emotional component of human beings. Two main themes are addressed in a very general and succinct way: physical health and emotional health. Questionnaires related to nutrition, exercise, alcohol, tobacco, emotions and stress provide readers with an overview of their own health status and elements that they can improve. In fact, this is a tool to raise awareness and inform the general population as well as contributors to the health network. This book aims at encouraging not only better physical health, but also better emotional health, which could eventually result in improved well-being at the collective level.
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