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Self-perceived health

Self-perceived health depends on multiple dimensions
Self-perceived health is a person’s judgment on his or her own health. This often concerns well-being at a physical, mental as well as a social level. Self-perceived health is part of the quality of life. The capability of dealing flexibly with change and deciding yourself how to organise your life are important aspects for this. People with a poor perceived health have a bigger chance of dying than people with a good perceived health.

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