A Research Framework of Urban Spatial Planning Regulation Based on Cardiovascular Health in the Context of Severe Cold Climate
Climate has a significant impact on public health. In the context of severe cold climate, severe cold regions have high incidence of cardiovascular diseases. Combining the health problems with regional climate and urban spatial elements, to study the impact of urban space has on public health and planning regulation strategies will help deepen research of healthy urban planning. In this paper, with the analysis of the correlation between severe cold climate, urban space and cardiovascular, we discuss the research significance on urban spatial planning regulation based on cardiovascular health. We try to develop a research framework of urban spatial planning regulation in severe cold regions, through two pathways including reduction of incidence of cardiovascular diseases and promotion of physical activities favorable to prevention and rehabilitation of cardiovascular diseases. With the pathways analysis, preliminary planning regulation strategies are put forward, aiming at providing some support for healthy urban planning in severe cold regions for reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
severe cold region, cardiovascular health, urban space, planning regulation