) 13 (43.33)Motivation to comply Religious and spiritual beliefs Religion Spirituality Self-esteem Instinct
.Sense of independence7 (23.33)Health beliefs within this study include attitudes, Hat of `adherence', reflecting the function of your service user within Perceived susceptibility, perceived severity, perceived advantages, perceived barriers, normative beliefs, motivation to comply, and perceived self-efficacy.four. If you do not try it prior to finding married you're confused." (A 24-year-old boy).four.1.two. Perceived SusceptibilityAge, yIran Red Crescent Med J. 2016; 18(two)eaN = 30. bValues are presented as No. .24Perceived susceptibility refers to beliefs in regards to the likelihood of having a disease or situation. Several of the students have been afraid of the possibility of having some illnesses, for instance HIVAIDS and hepatitis B following sexual relations before marriage. As an example, among the students mentioned that "Some think diseases including HIVAIDS and hepatitis B transmit by way of sexual intercourse and this problem makes fear among them about the threat of getting diseases." (A 24-year-old boy). Yet another participant stated that "Well, my well being is very important. When you have sex you could possibly become infected since it is just not known whether or not the particular person is wholesome or not." (A 22-year-old girl).4.1.three. Perceived SeverityGhaffari M et al.Perceived severity is often a person's belief about the seriousness of contracting a disease or health trouble. The students thought that obtaining premarital sexual intercourse has terrible consequences. Some students expressed that sexual activity can have unfavorable social consequences. For example, a student stated "In my opinion, sexual relations, if not controlled can have really bad consequences for the individual, for instance AIDS, which is really harmful." (A 21-year-old boy). A different student stated "In addition to leading to frequent ailments, sex has quite a few social consequences too. In some cases sex might bring about committing suicide or killing a further particular person." (A 19-year-old girl).the students stated that they acted primarily based on what their families accept as essential. Other folks stated that they acted as outlined by their friends' norms. As an example, one particular participant mentioned "The most important issue that prevents me from possessing premarital sexual intercourse is my loved ones, mainly because I've a household that's committed to a set of principles. It really is for their sake that I'm not going to go have sex." (A 23-year-old girl).4.1.8.) 13 (43.33)Motivation to comply Religious and spiritual beliefs Religion Spirituality Self-esteem Instinct Perceived self-efficacy22 (73.33) 10 (33.33) 6 (20) 9 (30)ten (33.33)Character4.1. Well being BeliefsaValues are presented as No. .Sense of independence7 (23.33)Wellness beliefs within this study consist of attitudes, perceived susceptibility, perceived severity, perceived added benefits, perceived barriers, normative beliefs, motivation to comply, and perceived self-efficacy.four. ResultsThe 30 participants in this study incorporated 56.67 (n = 17) males and 43.33 (n = 13) females. Participants' age ranges from 19 to 25 years (Table 1). Evaluation of handwritten notes on individual factors affecting premarital sexual intercourse in the students' perspective showed 3 major categories of factors (Table 2).Table 1. Demographical Traits of the Participantsa Variable Gender Male 19 21 Female 20 22 23 17 (56.67) 13 (43.33) 8 (26.67) 5 (16.67) 5 (16.67) four (13.33) 1 (3.33) 1 (three.33) 6 (20) Valuesb4.1.1.