Public health education can be considered as an ambiguous term. It teaches the right way to improve health and can only reach one or two people or the population of many countries. Anything that can pose a serious threat to the physical, mental or mental health of widespread people, especially because of their interaction, may endanger the public health of the community. That is why public health education becomes a tool to help people with the spread of possible illnesses and diseases. The five most important reasons for public health education prove useful:
1. People are able to learn how to prevent the spread of infectious diseases through training and teaching methods. People are better able to access information on general prevention of illnesses, including what they need to know about what they should do and how they can be affected during their epidemics. Certain illnesses have their own individual prevention methods that people need to be aware of and the use of these techniques will reduce the risk of possible illness. Through public health education, even simple things such as wearing influenza in particularly affected areas, or knowing when to take vaccines for outstanding illnesses of the season, are always very effective in limiting the number of people affected each year.
2nd More people can access private and public institutions to prevent illness or medical conditions or to better treat patients. Without the benefits of public health education, most people feel quite healthy and can not find that a general examination is needed. Because you need to be aware that your doctor regularly plays an important role in good public health education. Most medical clinics and clinics offer immunization or vaccine shoots during the flu season or when general outbreaks of hepatitis occur and public health education ensures that more people are able to go to these facilities and enjoy treatment, thereby reducing the number of patients number of people
3. People are able to accept a healthier behavior in order to reduce the risk of spreading the disease. Keeping the household clean, smoking cessation or cessation or more exercise is just a few of the many ways taught in public health education in the fight against illness and lifestyle improvement
. People are more aware of the disease information, not the perception of the public. Public health education is not only concerned with the prevention of diseases, but also provides a detailed description of the functioning of the disease, which can dispel certain myths and mistakes in society. For example, the HIV virus may create unprotected sex, but not with activities such as kissing or touching. It also helps to change the person's views towards the infected person, and rather to support empathy rather than discrimination. People are able to help and contribute to the prevention of diseases by supporting or volunteering in health care institutions. Public health education disseminates more than information; also invites people to actively participate in helping others. In order to preserve your health, you must protect the health of other people around you and promote closer community development and well-being.