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  • 1 Semmelweis Egyetem, Egészségtudományi Kar, Budapest
  • 2 Semmelweis Egyetem, Egészségtudományi Kar, Budapest, Vas u. 17., 1088
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Bevezetés: Az ülő életmód nemcsak számos krónikus betegség, valamint a multimorbiditás kockázatát növeli, de az idős személyek hamarabb elveszítik funkcionális önállóságukat is. Az ülő életmód csökkentését célzó intézkedések megtervezéséhez fontos az ülő életmóddal kapcsolatos tényezők ismerete. Célkitűzés: Leírni az ülő tevékenységek formáit és időtartamát, továbbá az ülő életmóddal kapcsolatban álló szociodemográfiai, egészségi, valamint életmódbeli tényezőket a fővárosban és vonzáskörzetében lévő idősotthonokban élő, járásképes idős emberek körében. Módszer: A kutatásban részt vevő 248 személy körében kérdőívvel felvett adatainkat logisztikus regresszióval elemeztük. Eredmények: Az ülő életmód összesen 159 személyre, a minta 64,1%-ára volt jellemző. Mintánkban az ülő életmóddal a dohányzás, az időskorra jellemző krónikus betegségek száma, az intézményben élés időtartama és a járási segédeszköz használata mutatott összefüggést. Következtetés: Azokra az idősotthonban élő idős emberekre jellemző az ülő életmód, akik több krónikus betegségben szenvednek, régebben költöztek be az intézménybe, és dohányoznak. Ezért a vezető döntéshozó pozícióban dolgozó diplomás szakembereknek elsősorban az ő körükben kell erőfeszítéseket tenniük az ülő életmód megváltoztatására: tájékoztatással, felvilágosítással, érdeklődésüknek és állapotuknak megfelelő programok felkínálásával. Orv Hetil. 2020; 161(28): 1175–1180.

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