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Foundations of Wellness
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the state of healthy living achieved by the practice of a healthy lifestyle, which includes regular physical activity, proper nutrition, eliminating unhealthy behaviors, and maintaining good emotional and spiritual health
all behaviors that keep your body health. Getting proper nutrition, performing self exams, and practicing personal safety.
also called mental health, includes your social skills and interpersonal relationships
keeping your mind active through life long learning
having a sense of meaning and purpose, according to religious beliefs, but not limited to religion.
Physical, emotional, intellectual, spirtual, social, environmental
what are the six components of wellness?
the development and maintenance of meaningful interpersonal relationships. the quality of relationships is important
the influence of your surroundings on your health as well as your behaviors that affect the condition of the environment.
what organization seeks to prevent unnecessary disease and improve the quality of life. It is revised every 10 years.
any movement of the body produced by a skeletal muscle that results in energy expenditure, especially through movement of large muscle groups
planned, structured. and repetitive bodily movement done to improve or maintain one or more components of fitness
Cardio-vascular disease (CVD)
any disease of the heart and blood vessels
a metabolic disorder characterized by high blood glucose levels. Chronic elevation of blood glucose is associate with increased incidence of heart disease, kidney disease, nerve dysfunction, and eye damage.
loss of bone mass and strength is called?
what reduces the risk of both heart disease and diabetes?
what increases bone mass in young people and strengthens bone in older adults?
physical activity and exercise
what have been shown to increase longevity and improve quality of life?
cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, and body composition
health-related physical fitness consists of five components; what are they?
a measure of the heart's ability to pump oxygen-rich blood to the working muscles during exercise and of the muscles' ability to take up and use the oxygen
the maximal ability of a muscle to generate force
the ability of a muscle to generate a sub-maximal force over and over again
the ability to move joints freely through their full range of motion
the relative amounts of fat and fat-free tissue found in the body
stages of change model
a framework for understanding how individuals move toward adopting and maintaining health behavior changes
using cues that precede a behavior, or the consequences of the behavior to change that behavior.
self-monitoring, goal setting, contracts, self re-inforcement
name two ways to carry out behavior modification
Specific and Mesurable, Action-oriented, realistic and time-stamped
what does the acronym SMART stand for?
breaking a behavior or task into small steps to accomplish the larger goal
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