The poverty line and health issues among poor people. With the different survey considerations performed by the researchers of this study, a practical presentation of the different issues concerned when dealing with health check procedures is to be shown. Basically, the said options of practical survey procedures have been taken into consideration to help in making the discussions clear enough to present particular truths about the matter being examined.
Low health rate and poverty have constantly been linked together by sociological experts. It could not be denied that the entire process of making a good sense out of life has caused many individuals to loos track of their health and end up losing the most prized possession that they have in life and that is their health. Most likely, it has been observed that among those who are having a hard time keeping track of their health are those who are overly concerned with other things. Matters that are considered essentially important to live as well such as working for food and the ample amount of basic necessities that one needs to have to be able to survive life as it is. Who are these people? They are the ones who are enjoined within the poverty lines of the human population living around the globe. Because of being poor, these individuals care less about their health since it is already hard for them to get by through the day looking for the simple necessities in life that they must have. Truthfully, this serious business of getting by every day through hard work has caused many of them to lose sight of their most important possession which is their health. They at times forget to consider the fact that without good health, they are off to losing their jobs and are thus at the verge of losing everything that they ever enjoyed in life. In the discussion that follows, a direct presentation on how poverty actually affects the perception of human individuals towards health and how these perceptions directly affect the health situation of the said people under the effects of poverty.