Chiang Mai Health Center 1 presents academic results.

Chiang Mai Health Center 1 presents academic results. Behavioral effectiveness of the Lanna Children’s Program for Not Obesity

presentation of academic works At the academic conference of the Ministry of Public Health for the year 2022 and the Knowledge Management Expo From the lesson of COVID-19 “Developing a sustainable health system After the Covid-19 Crisis”
SUSTAINABLE HEALTH DEVELOPMENT : AFTER THE PANDAMIC CRISIS 14-16 September 2022 at the International Conference Center to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the accession to the throne, Prince of Songkla University, Hat Yai District, Songkhla Province

Health Center 1, Chiang Mai, Department of Health by Mrs Ploynet Chananan Pochanithi Public Health Scholar presenting academic work on the Effectiveness of the Lanna Children’s Program for Not Obesity towards self-care behavior of junior high school students with obesity At the academic conference of the Ministry of Public Health for the year 2022 and the Knowledge Management Expo From the lesson of COVID-19 “Developing a sustainable health system after the Covid-19 Crisis” SUSTAINABLE HEALTH DEVELOPMENT: PANDAMIC CRISIS POST-COVID-19 September 14-16, 2022 on the 60th anniversary celebration of the accession to the Throne , Prince of Songkhla University, Hat Yai District, Songkhla Province.
Due to the increasing rate of obesity among school age children and the epidemic rate is fast Children aged 6-14 have been found to be overweight and obese at a national level. and health zone level In terms of the first health zone, when comparing data for the last five years, it is found that there is a tendency to increase every year. In 2022, it was found as high as 15.39 percent (the aim is not to be more than 10 per hundred). , and it was found that all eight states In the upper north, obese school age children are above the threshold in all states. Children who are obese as adults have a 1 in 4 chance of being obese, and those who are obese as teenagers have a 3 in 4 chance of being obese, and children who are obese at age 6 chances of becoming obese adults. ■ Up to 25%, while children who are obese at the age of 12 are 75% more likely to become obese adults The effects of obesity cause physical, mental, emotional, social and economic problems. and make the government bear the burden of the cost of treating chronic diseases caused by obesity, billions of baht a year

from such a problem Health Center 1, Chiang Mai has developed a program for Lanna children who are not obese. to solve such problems By applying the method of modifying health behaviors 3 Self of Ungsinun Intarakamhang, which includes 1) Self-Efficacy. self-awareness or self-confidence to change health behaviors Eating food and exercising which is caused by a model of exchange of experiences, reinforcement, motivational speech, and emotional stimulation 2) Self-regulation self-regulation of health behaviors The use of motivation is to enable the target group to take care of themselves. starting from the observation Set goals or make a contract to reduce the risk of short term and long term problems by allowing the target group to plan and design activities and how to do it yourself In order to achieve the intended goals 3 ) Self-care Take part in self-health care by having a worksheet for the target group to record the planning of the activities How to behave and assess that behaviour, for example, weigh yourself every day. food consumption log daily exercise log Create a habit of looking after yourself according to everyday life.

The activities were divided into 8 sessions of 100 minutes per week.
This work shows that the Lanna Children’s Program is not obese. It can make junior high school students lose weight. have better physical fitness and self-care behaviors Therefore, it is suggested that the public health service or schools where students are at risk of becoming overweight or obese Therefore, consideration should be given to managing this program for non-obese Lanna children. and prevent obesity in students

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