Specifically in problems where lifestyle and behavioral modifications are the mainstays of management but difficult to implement and sustain in the traditional biomedical clinical care, successful implementation and maintenance of a changed health behavior may be possible through holistic health care, since the principle in this discipline is basically promotion of human endeavors to modify health behaviors. While searching about the topic about my dissertation, naturally, the problem of childhood obesity kept popping up. This area in particular has been documented to be a health problem of epidemic proportions, with the incidence and prevalence both being on the rise. Moreover, all biomedical interventions despite being research based have failed to produce results in practice. The main problem detected is that of failure to instigate lifestyle behavior in terms of dietary energy intake and physical activity in the target population. What I felt was children spend most of their time in families, and thus the family macro environment shapes their behavior in other areas. What if an intervention designed on the principles of holistic clinical medicine implemented in families could be implemented, which would promote behavioral change? This proposition seemed very interesting since, there is a need for a solution to the problem of childhood obesity due mainly to the facts that behaviors incurred in childhood continue into adulthood, reduce health effects of obesity in the adulthood, may answer the unanswered questions in this area of practice, may fulfill the gaps in knowledge in this area where there is a great paucity of research making this topic unique, and may provide a guideline for management both to the holistic medicine and biomedical medicine. Moreover, this is an opportunity for me to be involved I research in my area of practice, where my learning on research methods may be implemented so I am able to investigate whether my
As opposed to the biomedical model of medicine, the immense scope of human self-healing is realized better in holistic medicine. This is clearly outside the scope of mainstream healthcare system, but holds significant implications when a…
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