This study aimed to identify the impact of controlling health behavior on the level of awareness to limit COVID-19. A descriptive study was conducted on a sample of families of male and female students from a number of Saudi universities. The study used a questionnaire to collect data from 414 participants. The results showed that the participants had an elevated level of health awareness regarding methods and ways of preventing coronavirus, knowing the symptoms and how to transmit infection and ways of spreading the disease, in addition to knowing the procedures followed to isolate those infected. The participants also used a mixture of internal and external methods of health control. The study found statistically significant differences between the level of health awareness and controlling health behavior among respondents according to the study variables in favor of females, divorced, and those with a high economic level. The study recommends the importance of raising the level of health awareness through awareness, education, and training on controlling internal health behaviors.
A. Alturif, G. and A. Al-Sanad, H.
"The Impact of Controlling Health Behavior on Awareness Levels to Limit the Spread of COVID-19,"
Information Sciences Letters: Vol. 12
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