A City Guide To Tieling for asked almost elderly people to rate factors in order of importance to their subjective health judgements, and the most important factors were found to relate to physical functioning and vitality being able to do what you need/want to do. However, the current health status of the sample poor/fair; good; very good/excellent influenced other judgements; for example, those in poor/fair health based their health assessment on recent symptoms or indicators of poor health, whereas those in good health considered more positive indicators being able to exercise, being happy. Subjective health judgements were more tied to health behaviour in healthier’ individuals. Krause and Jay , when examining the frames of reference drawn on by people when asked to evaluate their own health status, found that older respondents were more likely to refer to health problems when making their appraisals, whereas younger respondents referred to health behaviour. This raises the issue of health being considered differently when it is no longer present. Health is considered to be good when nothing is health behaviour behaviour performed by an individual, regardless of their health status, as a means of protecting, promoting or maintaining health, e.g. A City Guide To Tieling 2016.