Basic Primary Human Needs: Oxygen, water, food,adequate rest, elimination- These must met first, without these, one cannot lead and maintain a Healthy lifestyle.
3 basics of human health: physical, emonital, and spiritual,
what are the 3 human health factors?
Recognizing spirituality as one of the patient basic need is also very important, it help the nurse to understand and help patient religiously either by inviting their Pastor or pray with the patient and relatives. This aids patient acceptance of illness and quick recovery.
The basic needs' for humans are water, food and shelter, humans have a set of basic needs which are not so obvious, but just as essential to emotional wellbeing.
social needs comes from the area of the society one is a member. Thus being the reason why each patient must be treated as an individual person and not just a patient or bed number .
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what is thus meant medic in patients situation convenience adsorb conflations?
emotional needs such as love
Every single human being has several basic needs which need to be addressed. But along with the obvious food, water shelter,each individual has their own extentions to these primary basic needs socio,cultural and religious aspects alsohavetobe observed.
CATEGORIES OF BASIC HUMAN NEEDS
Physical Needs. These are closely related to body functions and are sometimes referred to as primary or physiological drives.
After this short lesson, you will:
• Understand how physical, emotional and social dimensions contribute to our basic human needs.
Physical needs include:
(5) Clothing and shelter for body warmth and protection.
(6) Activity, or sensory and motor stimulation, including sex, physical exercise, and rest.
b) Emotional Needs. Emotional needs are closely interwoven with physical needs and are met in interaction with significant others. They include:
(1) Love, including approval and esteem.
(2) Importance, including recognition and respect.
c) This applies to the patient's perception of the nurse's feelings toward him. For example, if your patient feels that you do not approve of or respect him, he may become very demanding, or he may withdraw and not cooperate with your efforts to make him healthy again.
(1) Adequacy, including self-sufficiency and the need to be needed and wanted.
(2) Productivity, including work and creative pursuits.
d) Social Needs. Social needs grow out of the culture and society of which one is a member. They include:
(1) Identification or belonging.
(2) Education or learning.
(3) Recreation or play.
(4) Religion or worship.
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