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Wellness Definitions Chapter 5
Growth
Development
Maturation
Cephalocaudal
Increase in physical size
The progressive acquisition of skills and the capacity to fun…
Total process in which skills and potential that are independ…
Growth development that begins at the head of the individual…
Growth
Increase in physical size
Development
The progressive acquisition of skills and the capacity to fun…
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Wellness Chapter 5 Vocab
The full motion possible in a joint.
Semi-elastic structures, composed prim…
Tissues of the human body that include…
White fibers that provide structures a…
Range of Motion
Joint Capsules
Soft Tissues
Collagen
The full motion possible in a joint.
Range of Motion
Semi-elastic structures, composed prim…
Joint Capsules
Wellness- Chapter 5
Assessment
Evaluation
Implementation
NANDA-I
organized and ongoing appraisal of a patient's well-being
examination of goal or outcome attainment by focusing on the…
Initiation of appropriate interventions designed to meet the…
formerly North American Nursing Diagnosis Association
Assessment
organized and ongoing appraisal of a patient's well-being
Evaluation
examination of goal or outcome attainment by focusing on the…
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Wellness, Chapter 5 Vocab.
Static Flexibility
Range of Motion
Joint Capsules
Soft tissues
ability to hold an extended position at the end or point in a…
the full motion possible in a joint
semielastic structures, composed primarily of connective tiss…
tissues of the human body that include skin, fat, lining of i…
Static Flexibility
ability to hold an extended position at the end or point in a…
Range of Motion
the full motion possible in a joint
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Wellness Chapter 5: Flexibility
Flexibility
Tool used to measure flexibility
Benefits of Stretching and Flexibility
Stretching
The ability of joints to move through a full range of motion
Goniometer
Improved mobility, posture, and balance. Reduction of lower b…
Increases the blood flow to tight muscles and decreases stres…
Flexibility
The ability of joints to move through a full range of motion
Tool used to measure flexibility
Goniometer
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Personal Wellness: Chapter 5
Nutrition
Dietary Reference Intakes (DRIs)
Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA)
Daily Values (DV)
the study of nutrients and how they are processed by the body
an umbrella term for four sets of dietary recommendations des…
the average daily amount of any one nutrient an individual ne…
standards used on food labels; a condensed system to allow co…
Nutrition
the study of nutrients and how they are processed by the body
Dietary Reference Intakes (DRIs)
an umbrella term for four sets of dietary recommendations des…
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Chapter 5 Physical Wellness
Muscular fitness
Muscular strength
Muscular endurance
Resistance training
the ability of your musculoskeletal system to preform daily a…
the ability of a muscle or group of muscles to contract with…
the ability of muscle to contract repeatedly over an extended…
(weight training or strength training) stresses the body's mu…
Muscular fitness
the ability of your musculoskeletal system to preform daily a…
Muscular strength
the ability of a muscle or group of muscles to contract with…
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Wellness Chapter 5
Flexibility
Joint
first type of joint
2nd type
The ability of a joint to move through its natural range of m…
-articulation- apt of contact between bones ... -187 joints in h…
-considerable movement in multiple directon... ex. neck shoulders
permits restricted or only one directional movement... ex. spina…
Flexibility
The ability of a joint to move through its natural range of m…
Joint
-articulation- apt of contact between bones ... -187 joints in h…
Wellness chapter 5 vocabulary
relationships
divorce
nuclear family
adoption
a meaningful association between people, such as friends or m…
a legal agreement to end a marriage
a family that consists of a mother and father and their child…
the legal process by which parents take another person's chil…
relationships
a meaningful association between people, such as friends or m…
divorce
a legal agreement to end a marriage
Wellness Chapter 5 terms
Growth
Development
Maturation
Cephalocaudal
Increase in physical size. Quantitative.
The progressive acquisition of skills and the capacity to fun…
A total process in which skills and potential that are indepe…
Head to toe
Growth
Increase in physical size. Quantitative.
Development
The progressive acquisition of skills and the capacity to fun…
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Wellness Chapter 5
emotion
attitude
strategies of developing awareness and…
8 strategies to become emotionally aware
a feeling that results in both physical and psychological rea…
manner of feeling and an indicator of a mental or emotional s…
awareness of personal emotions... develop positive coping styles…
1. recognize our feelings... 2. recognize links btw thoughts fee…
emotion
a feeling that results in both physical and psychological rea…
attitude
manner of feeling and an indicator of a mental or emotional s…
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Wellness chapter 5
Absorption
Adequate intakes (AI)
Anemia
Basal metabolism
Movement of nutrients into blood stream
Dietary Reference intake used when dietary allowance fir a nu…
Blood disorder characterized by lack of energy,weakness, shor…
Minimum amount of energy needed to maintain basic body proces…
Absorption
Movement of nutrients into blood stream
Adequate intakes (AI)
Dietary Reference intake used when dietary allowance fir a nu…
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wellness chapter 5
__________________ is a measure of how…
Foods with a high GI cause a _________…
is the term for indigestible carbohydr…
_____________: slows the body's absorp…
glycemic index (GI)
quick and dramatic
dietary fiber
soluble fiber
__________________ is a measure of how…
glycemic index (GI)
Foods with a high GI cause a _________…
quick and dramatic
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Nutrition and Wellness Chapter 5
Analogs
Aseptic Packages
Clone
Enrichment
foods made to imitate actual foods in appearance but containi…
packages mad for shelf-stable food storage
genetic copy of an organism
food production method that restores nutrients lost in proces…
Analogs
foods made to imitate actual foods in appearance but containi…
Aseptic Packages
packages mad for shelf-stable food storage
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Wellness Chapter 5
Enriched food
Fortification
Minerals
Hunger
Food in which nutrients that were lost in processing have bee…
The addition of nutrients that are not naturally present
Inorganic substances that the body cannot manufacture but tha…
A natural drive that protects you from starvation
Enriched food
Food in which nutrients that were lost in processing have bee…
Fortification
The addition of nutrients that are not naturally present
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Wellness Chapter 5
Macronutrients
Micronutrients
Substrates
Lipids (fats)
the nutrients the body needs in small quantities
the nutrients the body needs in proportionately large amounts…
foods that are used as energy sources (carbohydrates, fat, pr…
A class of nutrients that the body uses as a source of energy
Macronutrients
the nutrients the body needs in small quantities
Micronutrients
the nutrients the body needs in proportionately large amounts…
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Wellness Terms Chapter 5
what determines the flexibility of a j…
hinge joints
ball-and-socket joints
joint capsules
structure, muscle elasticity, nervous system regulation
stop when fully extended like fingers and knees
like the hips, allow movement in many directions
semielastic structures that give joints strength and stabilit…
what determines the flexibility of a j…
structure, muscle elasticity, nervous system regulation
hinge joints
stop when fully extended like fingers and knees
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Wellness Chapter 5
Compassion
Intrinsic Motivation
Spiritual Wellness
Tolerance
This is seeking to comfort others while forgetting about the…
This strongly influences the way we respond to people, situat…
This dimension is defined as one's search for meaning and pur…
This is the outward extension of acceptance; it is when you l…
Compassion
This is seeking to comfort others while forgetting about the…
Intrinsic Motivation
This strongly influences the way we respond to people, situat…
Chapter 5: wellness
The Nursing Process
Care plans
Standards of Clinical Practice
Outcome identification
-Framework of the profession ... -systematic method of critical…
-They can be either hand written or they can be EMR
-Broke down into five specific steps... *Assessment, diagnosis,…
-this is understood as apart of the five steps of nursing but…
The Nursing Process
-Framework of the profession ... -systematic method of critical…
Care plans
-They can be either hand written or they can be EMR
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Chapter 5 Wellness Vocabulary
relationships
divorce
nuclear family
adoption
meaningful associations with others
a legal agreement to end a marriage
consist of a mother and father and there child or children li…
legal process by which parents take another persons child int…
relationships
meaningful associations with others
divorce
a legal agreement to end a marriage
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Wellness chapter 5 vocab
Divorce
Nuclear Family
Adoption
Single-Parent Family
A legal agreement to end a marriage
Consists of a couple and their children living in one household
The legal process by which parents take another person's chil…
A family in which only one parent lives with the child or chi…
Divorce
A legal agreement to end a marriage
Nuclear Family
Consists of a couple and their children living in one household
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Health and Wellness Chapter 5
Flexibilty
ligaments
cartilage
Stretch reflex
The ability to move joints freely through their full range of…
connective tissues within the joint capsule that hold bones t…
A tough connective tissue that forms a pad on the end of long…
involuntary contraction of a muscle due to rapid stretching o…
Flexibilty
The ability to move joints freely through their full range of…
ligaments
connective tissues within the joint capsule that hold bones t…
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Wellness Chapter 5
Muscular Strength
Muscular Endurance
Power
Isometric Contraction
The ability of a muscle to generate force against some resist…
The ability to perform repetitive muscular contractions again…
A large amount of force that is generated quickly
A contraction in which the muscle length does not change
Muscular Strength
The ability of a muscle to generate force against some resist…
Muscular Endurance
The ability to perform repetitive muscular contractions again…
Wellness Chapter 5
FOODBORNE ILLNESS
Bacteria
Contaminate
Sanitation
Bacteria,parasites,fungi,viruses,and harmful chemicals can ma…
Microscopic living organisms.
To make impure
Maintaining cleanliness
FOODBORNE ILLNESS
Bacteria,parasites,fungi,viruses,and harmful chemicals can ma…
Bacteria
Microscopic living organisms.
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Chapter 5; Wellness
Mental health
Good mental health
Mental illness
Poor mental health
The absence of mental disorders and mental functioning that a…
Engage in productive activities ... have fulfilling relationship…
Abnormal brain processes that lead to impaired function
Characterized by abnormalities in; cognition, emotion, and mo…
Mental health
The absence of mental disorders and mental functioning that a…
Good mental health
Engage in productive activities ... have fulfilling relationship…
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chapter 5 wellness
gerontology
geriatrics
health
• Health in this book
which is the study of aging and older adults was first recogn…
geriatric medicine) is a subspecialty of internal medicine of…
an individual defined state or process in which the individua…
in this book is for the ability of older adults to function a…
gerontology
which is the study of aging and older adults was first recogn…
geriatrics
geriatric medicine) is a subspecialty of internal medicine of…
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Soph Wellness Chapter 5
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Obesity
Over eating, physical inactivity
excessive body weight and physical ina…
Over the last decade, American adults average weight increase…
A BMI of 30 or higher is defined as_______
An increase of weight in Americans is caused by ____ ______ a…
_________ ____ _______ and ______ _______ are the second lead…
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Over the last decade, American adults average weight increase…
Obesity
A BMI of 30 or higher is defined as_______
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Chapter 5 Wellness Terms
range of motion
joint capsules
soft tissues
collagen
the full motion possible in a joint
semielastic structures, composed primarily of connective tiss…
tissues of the human body that include skin, fat, linings of…
white fibers that provide structure and support in connective…
range of motion
the full motion possible in a joint
joint capsules
semielastic structures, composed primarily of connective tiss…
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wellness chapter 5
date rape
hazing
incest
negotiation
sexual intercourse that is forced on a victim by someone the…
harassing newcomers to a group in an abusive and humiliating…
sexual activity between family members who are not husband an…
a bargain or compromise for a peaceful solution to a conflict
date rape
sexual intercourse that is forced on a victim by someone the…
hazing
harassing newcomers to a group in an abusive and humiliating…
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Wellness chapter 5
adoption
blended family
divroce
extended family
the legal process by which parents take another person's chil…
a family that consists of a biological parent, a stepparent,…
a legal agreement to end a marriage
a network of close relatives living together or near each other
adoption
the legal process by which parents take another person's chil…
blended family
a family that consists of a biological parent, a stepparent,…
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Wellness Chapter 5
Adoption
Blended Family
Divorce
Extended Family
The legal process by which parents take another person's chil…
A family that consists of a biological parent, a stepparent,…
A legal agreement to end a marriage.
A network of close relatives living together or near each oth…
Adoption
The legal process by which parents take another person's chil…
Blended Family
A family that consists of a biological parent, a stepparent,…
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wellness terms chapter 5
Flexibility
Static Flexibility
Dynamic Flexibility
Joint Capsules
the ability of a joint to move through its normal, full range…
the ability to hold an extended position at one end or point…
the ability to move a joint through its range of motion with…
semi-elastic structures, composed primarily of connective tis…
Flexibility
the ability of a joint to move through its normal, full range…
Static Flexibility
the ability to hold an extended position at one end or point…
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Chapter 5 Wellness
Obesity
Overweight
Top reason for obesity in U.S.
In the last decade alone, the average…
A chronic disease characterized by BMI index 30 or higher
Excess weight characterized by a BMI greater than 25 but less…
Physical inactivity and poor dietary habits
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Obesity
A chronic disease characterized by BMI index 30 or higher
Overweight
Excess weight characterized by a BMI greater than 25 but less…
Theory of Wellness Chapter 5
macronutrients
lipids
megadoses
daily value
carbohydrates, fats, and protein
fats
ten times the recommended dietary allowance or more
used in food labels
macronutrients
carbohydrates, fats, and protein
lipids
fats
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Chapter 5 Wellness
The obesity level is the point at whic…
Research indicates that individuals wh…
Family and friends have the greatest i…
. Frequent fluctuations in weight (up…
a
b
b
a
The obesity level is the point at whic…
a
Research indicates that individuals wh…
b
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Chapter 5 Vocabulary~ Nutrition & Wellness
Absorption
Adequate Intakes (AL)
Anemia
Basal Metabolism
When nutrients move into the blood stream.
Is used when a lack of scientific info makes it impossible to…
Not getting the recommended amount of iron.
The minimum amount of energy you need to maintain the body pr…
Absorption
When nutrients move into the blood stream.
Adequate Intakes (AL)
Is used when a lack of scientific info makes it impossible to…
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Theory of Wellness chapter 5
Megadoses
Daily Value
Lipids
Macronutrients
Ten times the recommend dietary allowances or more
Used on food labels
fats
carbohydrates, fats, and protein
Megadoses
Ten times the recommend dietary allowances or more
Daily Value
Used on food labels
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Chapter 5 Mental & Emotional Wellness
Mental and emotional health
Personality
Empathy
Resillience
The ability to handle the stresses and changes of everyday li…
A combination of your feelings, likes, dislikes, attitudes, a…
Identifying with and sharing another person's feelings.
The ability to recover from problems or loss.
Mental and emotional health
The ability to handle the stresses and changes of everyday li…
Personality
A combination of your feelings, likes, dislikes, attitudes, a…
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Wellness Chapter 5 Key Terms
adoption
blended family
divorce
extended family
the legal process by which parents take another person's chil…
a family that consists of a biological parent, a stepparent,…
a legal agreement to end a marriage
a network of close relatives living together or near each other
adoption
the legal process by which parents take another person's chil…
blended family
a family that consists of a biological parent, a stepparent,…
Chapter 5-Wellness
Flexibility
Ballistic Stretching
Sit and Reach Test
Static Stretching
ability to move joints freely through their full range of mot…
jerking/bouncing type of stretch that involves sudden and for…
fitness test that measures the ability to flex the trunk; str…
stretching that slowly lengthens a muscle to a point where fu…
Flexibility
ability to move joints freely through their full range of mot…
Ballistic Stretching
jerking/bouncing type of stretch that involves sudden and for…
Health & Wellness Chapter 5
Food Guide Pyramid
MyPyramid
Essential nutrients
Ingredients label
guidelines for a healthful diet based on grains, fruits, and…
an educational tool based on the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for…
Chemical substances obtained from food and needed by the body…
Label on a manufactured food that list the ingredients in des…
Food Guide Pyramid
guidelines for a healthful diet based on grains, fruits, and…
MyPyramid
an educational tool based on the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for…
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Nutrition and Wellness chapter 5 vocab
malnutrition
anemia
Dietary Reference intake
Recommended Dietary Allowance
poor nourishment from lacking nutrients
blood disorder caused by lack of energy
daily recommended amount of nutrients
amount of nutrients needed by 98% of the people in a given age
malnutrition
poor nourishment from lacking nutrients
anemia
blood disorder caused by lack of energy
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Chapter 5 Nutrition and Wellness Vocab
Carbohydrates
Monosaccharides
Glucose
Disaccharides
One of the 6 main sources of energy. The sugars, starches, an…
Carbohydrates composed of single sugar units. The smallest ca…
A monosaccharide. Sometimes called "blood sugar" because it c…
Made up of two sugar units. The body splits disaccharides int…
Carbohydrates
One of the 6 main sources of energy. The sugars, starches, an…
Monosaccharides
Carbohydrates composed of single sugar units. The smallest ca…
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Wellness- Chapter 5
Physical Fitness
Physical Activity
Cardiorespiatory Fitness
muscular strength
the ability to preform moderate to vigorous levels of activit…
Bodily movement and sustainability increases energy expenditure
the ability of your heart and lungs to effectively deliver ox…
maximum force your muscles can apply in a single effort of li…
Physical Fitness
the ability to preform moderate to vigorous levels of activit…
Physical Activity
Bodily movement and sustainability increases energy expenditure
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Health & Wellness - Chapter 5
range of motion
joint capsules
soft tissues
collagen
the full motion possible in a joint
semi-elastic structures, composed primarily of connective tis…
tissues of the human body that include skin, fat, linings of…
white fibers that provide structure and support in connective…
range of motion
the full motion possible in a joint
joint capsules
semi-elastic structures, composed primarily of connective tis…
19 terms
Nutrition & Wellness - Chapter 5
Absorbtion
Adequate Intakes (AI)
Anemia
Basal Metabolism
Movement of nutrients into blood stream
Dietary reference intake used when dietary allowance for a nu…
Blood disorder characterized by lack of energy, weakness, sho…
Minimum amount of energy needed to maintain basic body proces…
Absorbtion
Movement of nutrients into blood stream
Adequate Intakes (AI)
Dietary reference intake used when dietary allowance for a nu…
19 terms
Nutrition & Wellness Chapter 5
Absorption
Adequate intakes
Anemia
Basal metabolism
Movemnt of nutrients into the blood stream
Dietary reference used when dietary allowance for nutrients c…
Blood disorder because of low iron in the body, characterized…
Minimum amount of energy needed to maintain the basic body pr…
Absorption
Movemnt of nutrients into the blood stream
Adequate intakes
Dietary reference used when dietary allowance for nutrients c…
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Communicating Wellness - Chapter 5
State the factors that help determine…
Assist in planning and explaining a di…
Bariatric
Catatonic
Genetic endowment, availability of health care, family dynami…
Teach patients to eat sensibly using food from all groups, Wh…
a branch of medicine concerned with preventing, controlling o…
usually a state of extreme immobility and muscle rigidity.
State the factors that help determine…
Genetic endowment, availability of health care, family dynami…
Assist in planning and explaining a di…
Teach patients to eat sensibly using food from all groups, Wh…
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Lifetime Wellness - Chapter 5
macronutrients
micronutrients
substrates
lipids
the nutrients the body needs in large amounts (carbohydrates,…
the nutrients the body needs in small amounts (vitamins and m…
foods that are used as energy sources (carbohydrates, fat, pr…
a class of nutrients that the body uses as a source of energy
macronutrients
the nutrients the body needs in large amounts (carbohydrates,…
micronutrients
the nutrients the body needs in small amounts (vitamins and m…
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chapter 5 nutrition and wellness
carbohydrates
monosaccharides
glucose
disaccharides
one of the six essential nutrients, bodys key source of energy
are carbs composed of single sugar units
blood sugar, circulated the blood stream
made up of two sugar units
carbohydrates
one of the six essential nutrients, bodys key source of energy
monosaccharides
are carbs composed of single sugar units
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