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Iran J Health Educ Health Promot 2018, 6(1): 53-62 Back to browse issues page
Investigation The Effect of Improving Physical Activity Based on The Theory of Preplanned Behavior Among Patients With Hypertension Referred to Rural HealthCare Centers of Rasht in 2014
Fardin Mehrabian , Rabiollah Farmanbar , Marjan Mahdavi Roshan , Saeid Omidi , Roghayeh Aghebati
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Background and Objective: Living without mobility and physical inactivity considered as one of the main modifiable causes of heart (cardiac) diseases. This study aimed to implement an educational program by using the theory of planned behavior to improve the physical activity of hypertensive patients.
Methods: This quasi-experimental study was conducted among 150 patients with hypertension, referred to centers number 13 and 14 of Rasht in two intervention and control groups. The study tools were standardized GPAC questionnaire and physical activity related questionnaire based on the theory of planned behavior. Data analysis was done by using SPSS software.
Results: The mean age of participants was 56.08 years, of which 76% were female and 24% were male. The mean and standard deviation of physical activity MET / MIN / WEAK were evaluated in five sections of total physical activity, physical activity at work, physical activity in displacement, physical activity of leisure and sitting state. The results showed that there was no significant difference in two groups before the intervention, and after that, there was a significant increase in total physical activity, physical activity at work and physical activity during sitting position in the intervention group, and decreased systolic and diastolic blood pressure in patients
 (p <0.05).
Conclusion: The increasing of physical activity in hypertensive patients is effective in the quality of their self-care behaviors and it is necessary to educate in this category in the community level to promote healthy lifestyle.

Keywords: Physical Activity, Self-care Behavior, Educational Intervention
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Mehrabian F, Farmanbar R, Mahdavi Roshan M, Omidi S, Aghebati R. Investigation The Effect of Improving Physical Activity Based on The Theory of Preplanned Behavior Among Patients With Hypertension Referred to Rural HealthCare Centers of Rasht in 2014 . Iran J Health Educ Health Promot. 2018; 6 (1) :53-62
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