This study aimed to find out influencing health wellbeing in Hmuenwai, Muang District, Nakon Ratchasima Province by following the 6 Factors Policy. Data collected from 286 aged populations by using interviewing questionaires of which comprised of two sections, general demographics and specific health promotion practice by using the 6 Factors Policy. The devices were tested by experts with content validity of 0.66-1.00 , Cronbach alpha coefficient for the reliability of the instrument of 0.82. The equation for health promotion following the 6 Factors Policy using stepwise multiple regression analysis. The elderly populations in the study were mostly female (65.4%), with the age range 60-69 years (61.9%), marriage (67.8%), the education at elementary level (92.7%), no specific occupation (37.4%) , earning from their children ( 75.2%). Source of information about health were from television (55.6%). Most people had some sickness (83.9%), most common were hypertension (92%), diabetes mellitus (58.4%) . The practice of health promotion according to the 6 Factors Policy was in medium level ( =2.77,S.D=0.27). The Variables predicting health status of the elderly were diabetes mellitus (X8), hyperlipidemia (X10), radio (X12), newspapers (X13) and village audio tower (X14) with the power of prediction of 81.1%, multiple regress coefficient 0.904, standard error of prediction ±0.17197 and the rate constant of the equation in the form of raw score3.011. The authors predicted health promotion according to the 6 Factors Policy of the elderly as Y=3.011+.334X10+.470 X14+.166 X12+-.391 X13 +-.078X8 . Wellbeing in the elderly should be focus on diabetes and hyperlipidemia using both types of media publications, including sound and audio village tower and newspapers for taking care of themselves and developing appropriate health practices.