set of basic and fundamental elements that compose social life, which preserve the integrity of the person as:

Living conditions and daily habits: feeding, schooling, leisure, physical activity, living conditions, access to information, employment/work.

Income, benefits, retirement: sources of income to provide for subsistence, structural determinants of health inequalities, access to programs, services and assets of social laws, determinant factor and conditioning health levels. (Garbois et al., 2017; Lei n˚ 8.080 de 19 de setembro de 1990, 1990)

Financial aspects: regarding the purchasing power of goods and services to provide basic needs and other demands, good living conditions. (Garbois et al., 2017; Cecílio, 2009)

Hygiene/care: regarding personal and life habits. Cleaning the environment and self-care. (Garbois et al., 2017; Cecílio, 2009)

Environment: environmental health actions that include: identification and characterization of health risk factors originated in environment; planning actions to prevent and promote health; control and surveillance actions and environmental education. Regarding the external and internal factors of living and working conditions, access to environmental health policies, services and goods, determining factor and conditioning of health levels. (Lei n˚ 8.080 de 19 de setembro de 1990, 1990; Mota, 2013)


elements that compose social life, social relationships, mental state, support in social context, stressful factors, affectivity and human behavior as:

Religion/spirituality: they compose social and community networks, these networks of solidarity and trust between people and groups that, in addition to religious practices, play a fundamental role as a tool of care, social support, as well as help changes in lifestyle. (Brasileiro et al., 2017; Zerbetto et al., 2017)

Structure/dynamics and family relationships: reflect health and life conditions, social position regarding responsibility for home, autonomy and income. Regarding affective and interdependent relationships, plurality of family arrangements and structures, family relations by consanguineous bonds and/or affectivity, marital or marital connection between two persons of the opposite gender and/or the same gender. It encompasses conflicts, separations, crises and confrontations related to family. (Acosta & Vitale, 2015; Sales, Matos, & Leal, 2015)

Psychiatric disorders: they are psychic grievances, may be predominantly biological, psychological and social basis, are generally chronic, high prevalence, with social impact relevant to public health. Regarding emotional experiences, symptoms and sufferings related to mental health, which can be framed in psychiatric and/or. Examples of psychiatric disorders: depression, anxiety, mood and personality disorders psychodynamic diagnosis, eating disorders, psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, alcohol dependence and/or other drugs. Access to available policies and services, therapeutic resources, family and affective relationships, repercussions on life, social insertion. (Sampaio, Guimarães, & Sampaio, 2013)

Mental, psychological and life cycle phases: refers to human psychodynamics and different moments of life, marked by diverse conflicts and learning. According to psychoanalysis, constituent elements, such as id, ego and superego, unconscious psychic determinism, ego defense mechanisms, such as compensation, denial, identification, rationalization, etc., their manifestations and repercussions for subjects and their life. It can also encompass the psychosexual developmental stages of the subjects (Freud, 2005) . For other psychological approaches, such as Behavior Analysis, actions, verbal and non-verbal behaviors, relationships with the environment, promote reinforcing or punitive consequences, increasing the chances of behaviors occurring again (Skinner, 1953) .