如何支持患者减肥并更好地管理他们的2型糖尿病

Posted Posted in Communication, Incentives, Motivational interviewing, Social Support

由英国提赛德大学的利亚·艾弗里(Leah Avery)撰稿 2型糖尿病以前被认为是处于一种渐进性的情况,不可避免地需要胰岛素治疗,然而生活方式的行为改变研究挑战了对这种疾病悲观性的预测。随着2型糖尿病患病率的不断增加,用来支持食物的重要作用和通过改变我们的饮食方法以成功控制病情的证据也在不断增加。 饮食方法大致可分为两种。那些专注于我们的饮食(例如碳水化合物)以通过缓慢而稳定的减肥来优化新陈代谢和血糖控制的人。其他着重于摄入量,例如低热量饮食包含了用于明显的快速减重的能量限制。

Fear is a bad counsellor

Fear is a bad counsellor

Posted Posted in Fear, Incentives

Dr Gjalt-Jorn Peters, Open University, Netherlands Fear appeals are a commonly used strategy to change behaviour. For instance the threatening and graphic fear-arousing communications now ever-present on tobacco packaging, and in campaigns to promote seatbelt use and discourage substance use. Despite the popularity and widespread use of these fear-arousing methods, research suggests that they may […]

Does money really change everything? Using financial incentives and disincentives to change health behaviours

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Dr Jean Adams, Centre for Diet & Activity Research, University of Cambridge Since October last year, by law, large retailers in England have been charging customers 5p (€0.06) for ‘single-use plastic carrier bags’ – those flimsy plastic bags you get from supermarkets to carry your groceries home. The money raised is donated by retailers to ‘good […]