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This paper analysed the scholarly discourse about the influence of Taiwanese culture on beliefs about expressing anxiety and engaging in physical activity from literature review. The well-being of individuals with mental illness is promoted by the World Health Organization.
Reducing barriers to treatment and care in community health-service systems requires cultural understanding. However, little is known about the influence of Taiwanese culture on physical activity programmes for people with anxiety disorders in Taiwan.
A discursive analysis of the literature. Literature was used to examine the impact of Taiwanese culture on beliefs about anxiety and physical activity from historical, economic, social, political and geographical perspectives. Taiwanese cultural beliefs about anxiety and physical activity can be summarised into six themes.
Beliefs about anxiety are reflected in three themes: Beliefs about engaging in physical activity are reflected in three themes: This paper exposes the hidden power of culture to influence Taiwanese beliefs about anxiety and physical activity.
Three negative beliefs about anxiety influence the expression of anxiety symptoms and help-seeking behaviours. Two positive and one negative belief about physical activity significantly affect choice of activity type and level of participation in physical activity.
Anxiety and physical activity have a dynamic relationship and both are deeply influenced by Taiwanese culture.
Relevance to clinical practice. An awareness of cultural influences on beliefs about anxiety and physical activity is important when encouraging Taiwanese people with anxiety disorders to engage in physical activity.
This awareness may help nurses understand better how their patients perceive anxiety and physical activity, leading to more appropriate physical activity programmes to improve both physical and psychological well-being. As the treatment of people with mental by the World Health Organization WHO WHOillness is influenced by cultural differences, awareness of these which recommends providing treatment opportunities in differences should be the first concern for mental health Authors: In The major factor influencing underuse of psychiatric clinics Taiwan, the major mental illness in clinical settings is by Taiwanese people with anxiety disorders is the stigma symptoms of anxiety [Department of Health, Republic of associated with mental illness WenHsiao et al.
In the indicates that this population underuses mental health US, psychiatric patients nationwide reported often choosing services Hsiao et al. Moreover, physical activity has alternative therapy to reduce anxiety because they were been suggested be an effective therapy for patients with dissatisfied with conventional treatment Unutzer et al.
Similarly, physical activity has disorders in these programmes. For example, a randomised controlled trial showed that 12 weeks of tai chi Background chuan reduced both state and trait anxiety among patients with stage I hypertension Tsai et al.
In addition, the majority of patients with anxiety activity. These findings indicate that clients Taiwanese cultural view of health and illness with anxiety disorders in Taiwan underuse mental health services.
The relationship of Taiwanese lowing a Western medical-care model. The concept of wellness in Chinese culture implies an these patients, the top five alternative therapies used to reduce integrated way of living, in balance among the physical, anxiety were: In Chinese medicine, health is a state of harmony and Chinese medicine considers all parts of the body activity type.
Illness indicates an unbalanced state of mind, body, Chinese culture, anxiety, anxiety disorders, physical activity, emotions and spirit. Taiwanese people believe that health is exercises, health, illness, mental illness and mental health better maintained and illness is better avoided by eating nurses.
Most literature on these subjects was drawn from the appropriate food than by taking Western medicine. Some information related to cultural health providers need to pay more attention to people with issues and research about Taiwanese people was drawn from anxiety disorders.
An effective therapy suggested for the databases of the official websites of the Taiwan govern- Taiwanese patients is physical activity Tsai et al. To effectively engage this population in The strategy of discursive analysis of the literature physical activity, health care providers need to understand followed six steps: Thus, the aim of this paper was to explore 3 select meaningful information with cultural perspectives the impact of Taiwanese culture on beliefs about expressing related to anxiety and physical activity by carefully reading anxiety and engaging in and physical activity.
Two experts also had expertise in Taiwanese culture on beliefs about anxiety and physical health promotion, especially in issues related to physical activity from historical, economic, social, political and activity.
Two experts specialised in anxiety disorders. The received their PhD degrees in the US and England and were discursive or discourse analysis used in this paper was a currently doing research related to physical activity or critical analysis that focused upon texts Lupton to anxiety.
The analysis procedures were guided by a senior foreground issues of power Traynorwhich are professor with many years of experience in cultural and influenced by cultural beliefs. In general, this analysis mental health research. Literature Impact of Taiwanese culture on beliefs about anxiety can be viewed as text Luptondata and discourse Gibson Discursive analysis is a qualitative method- Anxiety is a common experience in the global community, ology used to analyse themes raised in the text being but it can be influenced by different cultures in different studied Smith Taiwanese culture specifically impacts beliefs how beliefs affect help-seeking behaviour for anxiety and about anxiety, mostly in a negative way.Many of the influences on emotional expression come from our culture, the shared set of expectations, values, and knowledge of people with a similar background or society.
Cultural differences in emotion: differences in emotional arousal level between the East and the West. The fact that Asian cultural norm discourages experiencing or expressing high arousal emotions can also be explained from the perspective of traditional Asian medicine.
ORIGINAL ARTICLE Impact of Taiwanese culture on beliefs about expressing anxiety and engaging in physical activity: a discursive analysis of the literature Wei-Fen Ma, Xuan-Yi Huang, Hsiu-Ju Chang, Wen-Jiuan Yen and Sheuan Lee Aims and objectives.
ermit analysis of all three forms but it will be inst ructive any physical tendencies for expressing emot ions are weak and the cortex allows culture to organize emotions (Armstrong, Research findings concerning interpersonal effects of emotions should also help to elucidate the social functions of emotions (Van Kleef, Van Doorn, Heerdink, & Koning, ).
For many theorists, some or all emotions are designed precisely to align social relations (e.g., Keltner & Haidt, ; Oatley, ; Parkinson, ).