Define healthy culture
Health culture can be defined as a set of organized and thoughtful awareness measures directed to members of the community; To form a supportive effective force that enhances the societal view of health issues and practices as a whole, and changes the misconceptions and information adopted by some, and these ideas are then transformed into behaviors, and this improves community health conditions in general.
The importance of a healthy culture
- The emergence of serious diseases: despite the progress and development of health sciences, they are still unable to find treatments for some serious diseases; Calaides.
- Ease of spread of infection: The world today has become a small village, and it is easy to spread infectious diseases among its parts, such as: the Corona virus.
- The new lifestyle: development and dependence on all amenities and comforts in the current era have led to the emergence of new modern health problems; such as diabetes, and high blood pressure.
- Modern technology issues: There are downsides to modern technology, as its excessive use or disposal leads to serious problems that affect health, as well as the environment.
- The prevailing culture: many unhealthy habits prevail in some societies; As neglecting exercise, and eating a lot on occasions, and celebrations.
- Misleading merchandise promotion: Many people market a variety of products that do not meet quality standards, are unfit for human use, and are harmful to the health of individuals.
health education levels
The following points show the three levels of health education: 
- Primary health education: aims to raise health awareness, prevent diseases, and improve life by going to healthy people who do not have any risk factor that could lead to disease, for example: educating and educating young people about the dangers of drugs and addiction.
- Secondary health education: directed to those who have risk factors, but have not yet developed diseases; with a view to preventing its occurrence; For example: directing a person who smokes, but has not yet developed lung cancer.
- Tertiary health education: This level of education aims to enable people with disabilities and incurable chronic diseases to reduce the aggravation of the problem, and to coexist with diseases with all their physical, mental and psychological capabilities.
- ↑ “Intrudaction to health education, health promotion, and theory”, page 6 and 7, www.samples.jbpub.com, Retrieved 10-13-2018. Edited.
- ↑ “Introduction to health and nutrition”, pages 24 and 25, www.repository.taibahu.edu.sa, accessed on 10-12-2018. act.
- ↑ Nadia Ahmed (20-11-2012), “The Effectiveness of Health Education Means in Broadcasting and Disseminating Health Information to Build a Sudanese Health Knowledge Society”, page 1767, www.arab-afli.org, accessed on 10-12-2018. act.
The concept of healthy culture