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Health Quiz 1
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What is Health?
The measure of our body's efficiency and overall well-being.
What is wellness?
A healthy balance of Physical, Mental/Emotional, and Social Health.
What are the three sides of the health triangle? What is is a measurement of?
Physical, Social, Mental and Emotional health. It is a measurement of all different aspects of health
What is physical health?
-The body's ability to function in activities of daily life
- Sleep, exercise, nutrition, alcohol & drugs, weight management
- Not slowed by disease or sickness
Physical Health- Exercise
- The act of using your muscles to stay physically fit
- Gives you more energy, increase confidence, self esteem, helps battle chronic diseases.
Physical Health- Nutrition
-Nutritious meals create a balance between what we eat and the way our body uses the food for energy and growth
Physical Health- Sleep
-Recommended at least 8 hours of sleep
-Body functions better with routines and
regularity so going to bed and waking up around the same time is best!
Physical Health- Weight Management
-Maintaining healthy weight decreases your risk of certain diseases, such as heart disease and diabetes
-Exercise and proper nutrition helps to maintain healthy weight levels
What is Mental & Emotional Health?
-Mental Health deals with how we think, feel, and cope with daily life.
-Mental Health encompasses learning, stress management, and mental illnesses or disorders.
(emotions, moods, outlook on life)
-Learning is the development of skills, behaviors,
-Learning increases self-confidence, awareness, and self perception. It also teaches one coping skills.
Mental Health-Stress Management
-Stress deals with the way our bodies and minds
deal with life changes.
-It is important to learn healthy ways to deal with stress or you could be at risk for anxiety or depression.
Mental Health-Mental Disorders
-Stress and problems with school, friends, and
family can cause mental illnesses.
-Mental illnesses include: depression, bipolar disorder etc.
What is Social Health?
-Social Health deals with the way we react with people within our own environment.
-This includes: Public Health, Family relationships, romantic and peer relationships.
Social Health-Public Health
-Public health includes disease prevention and promoting health through good decision making.
-Keeping yourself safe and healthy benefits your community as a whole. (shots, illness, etc.)
Social Health-Family Relationships
-A healthy family relationship is one that is
supportive, loving, responsible, and balanced.
-Families should work together to eliminate stress and negativity in the home. Promoting a safe and enjoyable environment.
Social Health-Peer Relationships
-Peer Relationships should be encouraging, and
honest and trusting, supportive.
-Friends should look out for each other and share common goals and behaviors
-Actions or choices that may cause injury or harm to you or others
"Taking risks may lead to...."
-Consequences- the results of actions
Consequences of Health-Risk Behavior
Physical- you could fall and hurt yourself
Mental and Emotional- You could feel upset and angry with yourself
Academic- you might need to make up for work you missed because you were injured
Financial- You could be forced to pay for damaging something
Legal- you could get in trouble for trespassing
Social- you could miss out on activities because of injury
Reducing and Avoiding Risks
-Prevention- Taking steps to make sure that something does not happen
-Abstinence- refusing to participate in unsafe behaviors or activities
Influences on your Health
-Heredity- the passing on traits from biological parents to children
-Environment- Living & nonliving things around you
-Other Factors- Social Media, Family, Friends.. Etc.
-Direct-is clear express instruction from someone in the peer group to another telling him what to do.
-Indirect-might be felt by the attitudes of a peer group concerning dress or actions, influencing others to conform to their beliefs
Refusal Skills- STOP method
S- Say NO in a firm voice
T- Tell why not
O- Offer other ideas
P- Promptly leave
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