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Study on Healthy Lifestyle Behaviour and Cardiovascular Mortality among Urban and Rural Populations in India

Vijay Pratap Raghuvanshi
Institute of Health Management and Research (IIHMR), 1 Prabhu Dayal Marg, Near Airport, Sanganer, Jaipur 302011, India.
Abstract—Aim of the study: Tostudy the lifestyles and their behavioural determinants leading to cardiovascular disease among Urban and rural population groups in India. Study Design and Data collection: Cross-sectional observational study was conducted among men and women from January, 2010 to December, 2011. 2,500 men and women participants from three different states considering as urban and rural of India areas has been taken. A self administered questionnaire filled with combining questions related to non-controllable, controllable risk factors, personal health history and socioeconomic status, covering major aspects of lifestyle and behavior related to CVD. Ethically questionnaire was distributed to the people and information collected on risk behaviors within age group between 25-75 years. SPSS version-13 and EPI-Info software tools was applied to assess the data. Conclusion: Developing strategies at these risk behaviors and determining factors is necessary to promote healthy lifestyle among men and women. Smoking among male 15.9% is very common. The cigarette smoker and tobacco consumer is higher in urban male 14.7% compare to rural male 7.2%. Lower education level in rural and higher sedentary lifestyle because of jobs criteria or living style in urban is major cause of CVD. Especially urban populations are at increased risk for non-communicable disease, through exposure to unhealthy diets, smoking, alcohol abuse, and by leading a sedentary life.

Index Terms—Lifestyle and behavior, Cardiovascular disease, Rural and urban pupulations, Chronic disease

Cite: Vijay Pratap Raghuvanshi, "Study on Healthy Lifestyle Behaviour and Cardiovascular Mortality among Urban and Rural Populations in India," International Journal of Life Sciences Biotechnology and Pharma Research, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 175-182, January 2013.
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