Cognitive Survey of Subhealth State among Contemporary College Students (Non-medical Students) and Intervention Strategy of Traditional Chinese Medicine
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Ziyan Guo, Shanfang Yuan, Peizheng Yan, Jun Zhao, Mengqi Wang, Longwei Zhang
In recent years, the incidence of middle-aged and young people’s health status in China has gradually increased, and the data is shocking. The rising number of sub-health population is a serious threat to people’s life health. At the same time, with the continuous development of China's medical industry, the intervention strategy of Traditional Chinese Medicine has gradually gained people’s attention. The corresponding preventive treatment centers have been set up in various localities, and TCM treatment programs for various sub-health states have been put forward. At present, there are still some young patients who ignore their own health status and despise the harm of sub-health, so that the sub-health status changes into chronic non communicable diseases. This paper investigates some contemporary non-medical college students, analyzes the survey data, carries out on-the-spot interviews and investigation to the relevant departments, discusses the cognitive level of contemporary non-medical college students on sub-health, and how to realize the Traditional Chinese Medicine intervention strategy and the treatment needs docking of college students.
Subhealth; Cognitive ability; Survey; Traditional Chinese Medicine; Intervention therapy