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This study aimed to examine factors related to health problems according to Thai wisdom (Utu Samutthan, Ayu Samutthan, Kala Samutthan, Prathet Samutthan, and Dhatus Chao Ruean) and health risk behaviors. Data were collected among 392 people at Din-Dang, Bangkok using a set of questionnaires during August 2016 to January 2017. Data were analyzed using percentage, and Chi square test.
The results were as follows:
1. Most of the samples were Utu Samutthan in summer, 145 members accounted for 36.99 %. The major group was Ayu Samutthan in over 32 years of age., 194 members accounted for 49.50 %. The major group was Kala Samutthan in 10.00 am. to 2.00 pm, 157 members accounted for 40.05 %. The major group was Prathet Samutthan in central region, 146 members accounted for 37.25 %. The major group was Dhatus Chao Ruean in water element, 105 members accounted for 26.78 %. There were 93 Dhatus non-dietary allowance (Dhatus Chao Ruean) with 23.72 %. Secondly, there were 80 people who lacked of Ubekkha with 20.41%. Ninety-three participants reported living with hypertension (33.70). 75 people living with diabetes mellitus (27.17%) and 73 people living with hyperlipidemia (26.45%).
2. Utu Samutthan Prathet Samutthan Dhatus Chao Ruean and health risk behaviors: inappropriate movement and posture, inappropriate eating behaviors, insufficient sleep, obstructive excretion, and wrath were not associated with hypertension.
3. Ayu Samutthan Kala Samutthan and health risk behaviors: non-dietary allowance related to Dhatus Chao Ruean, exposure extreme heat and cold, workload and lack of Ubekkha were associated with hypertension (p<.01).
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