Definition of the NANDA label
Constellation of culturally framed behaviors that involve one or more self-care activities in which there is a failure to maintain socially acceptable standards of health and well-being.
A constellation of culturally framed behaviors involving one or more self-care activities in which there is a failure to maintain a socially accepted standard of health and well-being (Gibbons, Lauder & Ludwick, 2006).
• Inadequate personal hygiene.
• Inadequate environmental hygiene.
• Non-adherence to health-related activities.
• Capgras syndrome.
• Cognitive impairment (eg, dementia).
• Difficulty in learning.
• Fear of institutionalization.
• Frontal lobe and skill dysfunction
• Functional impairment.
• Lifestyle / choice.
• Maintenance of control.
• Simulation of illness.
• Obsessive-compulsive disorder.
• Schizotypal personality disorder.
• Substance abuse.
• Vital stressors.
• Preparation of information.
• Social activities.
• Information management.
• Help in making health decisions.
• Favor family support.
• Promotion of the role.
• Healthy behavior.
• Promote self-responsibility.