Health promotion and disease prevention programs often address social determinants of health, which influence modifiable risk behaviors. ... Modifiable risk behaviors include, forexample, tobacco use, poor eating habits, and lack of physical activity, which contribute to the development of chronic disease.
Health promotion behaviors entail a positive approach to living and a means of increasing well-being and self-actualization (2).
Health-promoting behaviors prevent diseases, decrease morbidities, improve the quality of life, and decrease healthcare costs (3). hope this helps you :)
I was always told abstinence is also a health-promoting behavior.
Abstinence to alcohol, intercourse, and risky behavior like substance abuse.
Do not smoke or use any other tobacco products. Do not drink in excess.