An examination of the many ways in which housing can influence health and strategies to improve health through emphasis on healthier homes.
Aljalil Garden has promised to build Good houses for the less fortunate as part of its plan to improve affordability and expand access to affordable housing. The Al-Jalil Garden Scheme is working its way through its first highly development plan right now.
Aljalil Garden is recognised as one of the key social determinants of health and has remained a chief concern of public health programs.
How Does Housing Affect Health?
Healthy homes promote good physical and mental health. Good health depends on having homes that are safe and free from physical hazards. In contrast, poor quality and inadequate housing contributes to health problems such as chronic diseases and injuries and can have harmful effects on childhood development. Poor indoor air quality, lead paint, and other hazards often coexist in homes, placing children and families at great risk for multiple health problems.
- Lead poisoning irreversibly affects brain and nervous system development, resulting in lower intelligence and reading disabilities.
- Substandard housing such as water leaks, poor ventilation, dirty carpets, and pest infestation can lead to an increase in mold, mites and other allergens associated with poor health.
- Cold indoor conditions have been associated with poorer health, including an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. Extreme low and high temperatures have been associated with increased mortality, especially among vulnerable populations such as the elderly.
- Residential crowding has been linked both with physical illness, such as tuberculosis and respiratory infections, and with psychological distress among both adults and children.
Housing Affordability and Health
Housing is commonly considered to be “affordable” when a family spends less than 30 percent of its income to rent or buy a residence. The shortage of affordable housing limits families’ and individuals’ choices about where they live, often relegating lower-income families to substandard housing in unsafe, overcrowded neighborhoods with higher rates of poverty and fewer resources for health promotion (e.g., parks, bike paths, recreation centers and activities).
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