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This quasi-experimental research with two group pretest-posttest design aimed to examine the effect of self-management program on health behaviors and blood pressure level among pre hypertension group, Pak Huaioi health promoting hospital, Phrae province. The 52 samples were purposive sampling and divided into experimental group and comparison group. Duration of this program for 12 weeks. The instruments consist self-management program, self-management manual for pre hypertension group, health behaviors record, video media, picture poster, blood pressure monitor and questionnaires about health beliefs and health behaviors. The data were analyzed using frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation and the hypotheses were tested using t-test statistics. The statistical significance was .05 levels.
Results showed that 1) after received self-management program the experimental group had a significantly average score level difference (p<.05) on, health behaviors higher than before receiving the program and blood pressure lower than before receiving the program. 2) that after received self-management program the experimental group with control group had a significantly average score level difference (p<.05) on, experimental group had health behaviors higher than control group and blood pressure lower than control group. This shows that the supporting with self-management process; goals setting, define activity process as self-monitoring, self-evaluation, self-reinforcement can be help pre-hypertension group change their behavior to reduce their health risks.
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