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Identify and explain the tgree sides of the Health Triangle.
Mental-how we think, feel, and cope with life
Social-how we interact with others
Physical-how our bodies are able to function
True or False: It is important to keep the three sides of your health triangle balanced
define a cumulative risk
The combination of many different risks from exposure to stressors
What does abstinence mean and what are the benefits?
Defined as restraining oneself from doing something considered wrong, such as sexual activity or alcohol. The benefits include a healthier lifestyle.
Describe what prevenrion is
A way to keep something from happening
Define what lifestyle factors are
These factors are the habits and ways of life that can easily influence your health and well-being
List the five refusal strategies
1. Say no
2. Repeat the refusal
3. Tell why not
4. Suggest another activity
5. Walk away
What is the difference between a short term and long term goal?
Short term: one that is likely to happen in life
Long term: one that will take more time to progress
Values are a person's principles or standards of behavior
List the six traits that determine a person's character
What is (A) perception and (B) how does it impact your health?
A) The ability to see, hear, or become aware of something
B) It allows you to notice things
What is the first step in dealing with stress?
Take a break
List three ways to manage stress
1. Smile and laugh
What is resiliency?
The ability to adapt effectively and recover from disappointment, difficulty, or crisis.
What drug in coffeeputs it on the list of things not to consume when stressed?
What is anxiety?
A feeling of worry typically about something uncertain
What os depression?
Feelings of severe sadness and dejection
Why are carbohydrates an important part of nutrition?
Carbs provide energy to the body
Describe theeating behaviors of someone suffering from Bulimia Nervosa.
Someone with this would eat a lot and eventually make the food come back up.
What term decribes the way a person views their body?
Describe what a sedentary lifestyle would look like.
A typeof lifestyle with little or no physical activity
List four results of a sedentary lifestyle
2. Heart Diseases
3. High Blood Pressure
Describe what has happened o childhood obesity rates since the 1980s
The percentages have increased rapidly
Healthful ways to lose weight include eating ( - ) foods, watching ( ) sizes, and being ( )
Why is it important that your facial expressions and body language match your feelings
If you are not showing your true feelings through these things, then it could lead to a poor mindset.
Define what bullying is
The act of making someone else feel bad in order to hide tour own guilt.
Give one example of what assertive communication is
Standing up for yourself
When is walking away necessary when resisting peer pressure
When youhave already told the person "no" once
List three helpful dating expectations which will help opin havinga healthy relationship.
Explain four of the seven steps necessary to settle conflict through negotiation
1. Talk about the problem
2. Make sure to understand the situation
3. List ideas to solve the problem
4. Create a solution
List three reasons why some children stand a better chance of being involved in violence that others
1. Family Life
3. Drug abuse
What is emotional abuse?
Rejection, criticism, terrorizing, isolation of significant other.
List three types of abuse
List five secondary sexual characteristics at only occur in females during puberty
1. Pubic hair
2. Enlarged breasts
3. Widened hips
4. Underarm hair
5 menstrual cycle
What do the STD's that arw incurable have in common?
They are all viruses. Examples include HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, and HPV
What do most of the STD's that are curable have in common?
They are all types of bacteria
Do all STD's have recognizable symptoms?
What is the only method that is 100% effective against being infected with a STD?
Which STD has blisters as one of its sypmtoms. Can this STD be spread without blisters being present?
After a person is indected with the HIV virus, how ling can ittakebefore symptoms start appearing? Can the disease be spread during this time?
What is the name given to the chemicals released by glands that travel through the body in the circulatory system and cause the changes that take place during puberty?
In which organ are eggs stored and released during the menstrual cycle?
List three major events ocurring within the first three weeks of embryo development
List six things that can pass from the mother to the developing offspring through the umbilical cord.
What gender determining chromosomes an a female pass to her child?
What gender determing chromosomes can a male pass to his child
Who determines the gwnder of a human offspring?
True or False: five or more eggs are released by the ovaries during a normal human menstrual cycle each month.
True or False: a female is born with all the eggs in her ovaries she will ever have.
True or False: all female egfs carry the y chromosome that determines gender
True or False: eggsare not produced in the ovaries until puberty begins
Contractions of this organ within the female reproductive system signal the beginning of child birth.
What disease caused by cigarette smoke destroys the tiny air sacs within the lungs
What gas contained in cigarette smoke can replace oxygen in the blood and deprive cells of the gas they need
What structures within the lungs which clean the lungs are destroyed by the tar in cigarettes
What is leukoplakia?
A mucous membrane disorder with white patches on the cheek, tongue, vulva, ot penis.
What is nicotine classified as because of its affects
List three affects of smoking cigarettes has on an unborn child
1. Low birth rates
2. Under-developed lungs
3. Heart defects
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