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Health Promotion & Illness Prevention
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What are the dimensions of health? (6)
What are the 6 social determinants of Health?
-Economic Stability (employment, income, expenses, etc.)
-Neighborhood/Physical Environment (housing, transportation, playgrounds, etc)
-Education (library, language, etc.)
-Food (hunger, access)
-Community & Social Context (support system, discrimination)
-Health Care System (health coverage, quality of care, etc)
Oral Health for Toddlers (12-24 months)? What are the risk factors for poor oral hygiene?
12 months: first dentist visit
15 months: wean from bottle
24 months: brush w/ water, progress to toothpaste
-prolonged bottle (abnormal teeth formation)
-lack of fluoride
Physical fitness is not intractable for Toddlers. How is physical fitness promoted then?
limiting juice consumption to reduce overweight risk
What is the required amount of sleep for Toddlers? Explain bedtime rituals, night waking, and co-sleeping for this age.
18 months: 13.5 hours
24 months: 13 hours
36 months: 12 hours
-Rituals: baths and stories before bed
-Night waking: minimal attention if they wake up; comfort nightmares
-Co-sleeping: It's okay!
Oral Health for Preschoolers: How often should they brush? What should they avoid? How often do they need to go to the Dentist?
-avoid sugary foods
-dentist every 6 months
What is important to limit, in order to promote physical fitness to preschoolers?
Increase physical fitness - go outside to play after lunch
What is the required amount of sleep for Preschoolers? Explain bedtime rituals, and nightmares vs. night terrors.
Nightmares: related to imagination; parents can validate that "yes it's scary, but it's not real."
Night terrors: occur early on in the child's sleep cycle; they wake up screaming and are inconsolable and then they fall back asleep
Oral Health for School-Aged children: How often should the brush/floss? How often do they need to go to the Dentist?
-brush 2x a day (use fluoride, replace toothbrush every 2-3 months, monitor brushing until 7-10 years)
-Floss 1x a day
-Dentist every 6 months (sealants as needed)
What is the required amount of sleep for School-aged children? Explain bedtime rituals and wake-up rituals.
6-8 years: 12 hours
8-10 years: 10-12 hours
10-12 years: 9-10
bedtime rituals: bonding with parents; reading, music, conversations, etc. Same time every night
wake-up rituals: alarm clock, parent wakes them up. Same time every morning
Oral Health for Adolescents: How often should they brush/floss? How often should they go to the Dentist? What should be monitored?
-brush 2-3x, floss 1x a day
-dentist every 6 months
-monitor for wisdom teeth
How often should Adolescents participate in physical fitness per day?
What is the required amount of sleep for Adolescents? What is important for Adolescents in regards to sleep?
8.5 - 9.5 hours
Sleep/Wake at the same time everyday, even on the weekends.
Oral Health for Adults: How often should they brush/floss? How often should they go to the Dentist? What is a concern for Older Adults, in regard to Oral Health?
-Brush 2-3x/floss 1x
-Dentist every 6 months
-Bridges & Dentures
Adults require less sleep than any other age group. What else is important for Adults in regard to sleep?
-Sleep/Wake at the same time, even on the weekend.
-Comfortable bedroom temperature
-Stay away from: evening caffeine intake, evening naps, late evening meals, and alcohol.
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