Family Lifestyle: Safety, Smoking And Food Sanitation

1174 words - 5 pages

Family lifestyle
Shayma Saeed Ali Al Shehhi
201300094
UAE University – Faculty of Medicine and Health

MSC1
Instructor: Dr Raney Benner
Date: 3 May 2014

According to family life style project I interviewed my uncle and his wife to know his family lifestyle especially in safety , smoking and food sanitation.
They are from Ras Al Khaimah , my uncle age is 37 years old , He is employee in ministry of health and my uncles wife age is 30 years old , She is housewife , both of them finished secondary school and they have 4 children , 3 boys their age 10 , 8 , 4 and one girl her age is 2 years old .
My uncle family have a maid and the total monthly income is between 20,0000 - 29,999.

Smoking
My uncle smokes and his view of smoking is strongly approves although he know it's very harmful , but my wife's uncle strongly disapproves the smoking and many time tried to convinces his husband to lift off the smoking but no any response from my uncle.
The reason push my uncle to start smoking was peer pressure from his friends , at the beginning his friends defies my uncle to smoking and my uncle approved this , and then get used to it , this the beginning of smoking with my uncle.
When I asked my uncle about the difficulty to give up smoking he said me it's very difficult especially after more ten years from smoking .but when I asked the mother If a person who is a regular smoking asked to marry her daughter , she said definitely refuse because from her experience received many difficult things , difficult dealing with her husband and every day she feel anxiety to lose her husband because the smoking.
Second hand smoke is the smoke exhaled by a smoker, both of mother and father think it's very harmful in the health of smoker's spouse . the effect second hand smoke in the health of smoker's spouse are immediate adverse effects on the cardiovascular system and can cause coronary heart disease , stroke and Causes Lung cancer . (Buford, 2014)
Both of mother and father think it's slightly in the health of smoker's children , in the fact the effect second hand smoke in the health of smoker's children are Wheezing and coughing are more common in children who breathe secondhand smoke , can trigger an asthma attack , get more ear infections and they get more bronchitis and pneumonia. (Buford, 2014)

Both of mother and father think that second hand tobacco smoke is not harmful for people in restaurants and coffee shops but in the fact there are very harmful for example breathing second-hand tobacco smoke can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, lung cancer and other lung diseases . ( NSW, 2013)
I recommended the father to try to give it a try all ways to leave the smoking if not for his , at least for his children and I recommended the mother to help her husband in every ways.

Safety
The home safety in my uncle home , for the outer side...

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