the appraisal of the relationship between some object and idea
healthy eating habits, adequate sleep, weight management
involves the ability to take concrete action to reduce risks to your health
money, popularity, and family support
products of attitudes and beliefs of what others may want you to do
receiving treatment from a health care providers
something we do to refrain from doing consciously/ involuntary
stable set of beliefs, feeling and tendencies to something or someone
the ability to make decisions and take effective actions to produce healthful outcomes
feelings of over stimulation by the demand of us
ability of care for oneself emotionally, physically, and socially
adrenaline;a hormone secreted by adrenal glands
bring stress arousal phase under control
D/O characterized by obsessive thoughts or habituals behavior; uncontrollable
fear of animals, heights, flying etc
floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, and forest fires
noise, chemical pollution, crowding ,and urban comutting
physical, social, and psychosocial event triggers a stress reaction
stress that can have a negative or debilitate effect on health
system of reward or punishment used in behavioral psychology for desired response
manic depression D/O
violent mood swings
behavior resulting from repetition
abstaining from an addictive chemical or behavior
an overwhelming need to perform a behavior
excessive preoccupation with an addictive object/ behavior
inability to interpret the effects of an addictive behavior
involvement with a mood altering object or activity
larger doses of drugs and more intense involvement
recognized in combat soldiers (unresolved trauma)
returning to an addiction behavior after abstaining
12 step program
support group designed to keep addicts free of addiction
an aspirin substitute found in Tylenol and related medications
CNS depressant that dries runny nose and clears post nasal drip ans sinus congestion
drug that recognized as effective
drug recognized as safe
Environmental Protective Agency
fever- reducing drug
science investigating physiological function and essential elements of foods we eat
the physiological desire to eat
the psychological desire to eat
unit of measure that indicates the amount of energy we obtain from certain food
World Health Organization (WHO)
the first comprehensive definition was provided by the
body size, body functioning, and susceptibilty to disease and disorders
the component of health that extends to a sense of being part of some larger form of existence is
the health component that includes interactions with others and our daily behavior is
As a child therapist, Heidi is comfortable sharing feelings to her clients. Her ability to express her feelings relates to
When David learned more about how much pollution is caused by gasoline-ran lawn mowers, he bought an electric one instead.His decision relates to which health component?
health belief model
the ___________ model explains how beliefs may/ may not influence subsequent behaviors.
dizziness, sweating, and heart palpitation
What is a system of a panic attack?
Calories are eaten in the form protein, carbohydrates, and _____________.
What is the most common emotional disorder in the United States?
What are proteins comprised of?
Simple sugars can be found___________.
What part of the diet supplies with the energy to sustain normal daily activity
30 billion dollars a year
How much money do Americans spend on prescription drugs?
________________ decreases the stomach contractions that signal hunger.
Smoking has been estimated to be responsible for almost ___percent of all deaths in the U.S. each year.
_____________ is the most popular and widely used consumed drug in the U.S.
10 to 30 minutes
How quickly are the effects of ingesting a caffeine-containing product?
What is the lifetime expectancy of a black male?
What is the lifetime expectancy of a white male?
Which industrialized country has the greatest number of violent deaths?
What has been described the "common cold of mental illness?"
The most emotional disorder in the U.S.?
What is the function of red blood cells?
rest, ice, compress, elevate
What does RICE stand for?
reduces CHD, prevents hypertension, and weight control
What are some reasons for physical fitness to be beneficial?
220 - Age
What is the formula for finding your target heart rate?
1. exchange of body fluids2.a blood transfusion prior to 1985 3. injecting drug users4.mother to infant
The transmission of AIDS is possible by ____________
have the belief that they can control their usage
People who drug problems begin____________.
The definition of illicit is _________.
______________ is called the "great imitator" because its symptoms resemble those of several other diseases.
restitution for your harm you have done to others
If you make a wrong decision you should _____________.
The person most responsible for the quality of your health is _____________.
you believe in your ideas, feelings, and decisions
When you re self- confident
A________ is the way you act or choose to act in a situation.
A drug purchased w/out a prescription is called an
An unwanted body change from a drug is called a
A written order by a health professional for a drug is a
A _________ is a drug that likely increases the likelihood that a person will use other harmful drugs.
_______________ can harm the memory and pleasures centers of the brain having effects thats last between three to six hours causing dehydration, heart, or kidney failure
_________ slow down or depress the central nervous system (CNS)
__________________ speeds up the activities of the (CNS)
A group of synthetic drugs that are related to hormones are called
How much money does McDonald's spend on direct advertisement each year?
What state is considered to be the most obese in America?