TITLE

An investigation on the consequences of and approaches to the change of life style relating the rate of women s fertility and quality of life

AUTHOR(S)
Naeimi, N.; Salehi, A.
PUB. DATE
June 2014
SOURCE
Iranian Journal of Reproductive Medicine;Jun2014 Supplement, Vol. 12, p79
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Abstract
ABSTRACT
Life style is considered as the set if behaviours, model and patterns of people's lives. Since the individual's have different moral features and characters, accordingly they have different lifestyle. Undoubtedly change in Iranian life style which is different from previous religious and traditional life style. One of the consequences of these changes is the decrease in women s inclination to pregnancy, because they consider it as opposing to their well- fair and life quality that results in a crisis called family or maternal crisis. Of course, the researchers have shown that most dimensions of pregnant women s life quality decrease comparing to other women and also increase if age and the number of pregnancies as well as low income and education are directly related with pregnant women s life style. Based on the definition of world health organization (WHO), the health and quality of life cover comprehensive physical, mental and social well-fair. By the help of rules and regulations, the trend of population decrease which happening near futures cannot be controlled. But it needs some strategies including: -compiling the pattern of life style and propagating it into women s all activities in appropriation with Islamic criteria. -increasing women s life style with respect to their role and status in the society and providing mental and occupational security. -preventing from the increase of the rate of divorce (because the children of divorce will not be interested in breeding any child in the future.
ACCESSION #
96841678

 

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