Technopreneurship and Innovation Management Progam of Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
The purpose of the research was to study activities and deportments of Physical Health affecting self-sufficient aging in Thailand. The research emphasizes physical health factors by the use of surveys and statistics and the data are recorded and can in turn be used to for self-sufficient aging.
The samples in this research consisted of 807 individuals from Bangkok, Thailand. The data were analyzed in order to find the mean, standard deviation, the Pearson product moment correlation coefficient. Factors affecting the preparation of self-sufficient aging in Bangkok, Thailand were with a level of statistically significance at 0.01. The correlation of the Physical Health Factor was estimated.
It was found that the Physical Health Factors had a positive and significant Correlation Coefficient. The suitable factor from each Physical Health Predictive Measurement was with a coefficient of determination. The Physical Health Factor was field tested in Bangkok.
It was found that the actual Physical Health of the samples was not significantly different from the predicted weight obtained from the measurement score for current levels of Physical Health. Physical Health Factors are composed of 13 factors; both quantitative (AGE, Body mass index, Nutrition behavior, Exercise period time, Smoke behavior, Drinking behavior Alcohol-Week, Work hour- per day, Sleep period time, Holiday period time, Family History disease, Ability to do daily routine) and qualitative (Health Satisfaction and Health Awareness).
Keywords: Physical health, Health factor, Retirement plan, Self-sufficient aging, Drinking behavior, Family history disease.
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