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Health&Well. Ch1 & 2

Personal Wellness Personal responsibility.
Social Wellness Positive people in social network, support.
Emotional Wellness How well you deal with stress of everyday life and changes in life.
Intellectual Wellness gain knowledge of about health.
Environmental Wellness Take care of surroundings-ecosystem
Cultural Wellness recognize own background and be respectful of others.
Spiritual Wellness getting in touch with self and being in tune.
Community Wellness involved with volunteering to help others to promote community health.
8 Wellness Domains 1. Personal Wellness 2. Social Wellness 3. Emotional Wellness 4. Intellectual Wellness 5. Environmental Wellness 6. Cultural Wellness 7. Spiritual Wellness 8. Community Wellness
Concepts of Theory of Planned Behavior 1. Attitude 2. Behavioral intention 3. Subjective norms 4. Perceived behavioral control
Theory of Planned Behavior A model that helps explains the adoption of healthy behaviors and assumes behavioral intention as the most important determinant of behavior.
Alameda County study(1972) People who slept 7-8hrs a night were more healthy than those who slept more than 8hrs(depressed) or fewer than 7hrs(stressed).
Behaviors to reduce personal risks of heart disease and cancer(Alameda Study) 1. Stay away from tobacco use. 2. Engage in regular physical activity. 3. Follow good nutritional practices. 4. Consume alcohol in moderation or not all. 5. Engage in prevention practices, ex. recommended physical examinations, medical screenings.
Qualities of Health Literate Person Being: a self directed learner a critical thinker an effective communicator a responsible member of society
Critical thinker recognize problems, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate.
Deductive Reasoning Based on known laws/rules about nature of things.
Inductive Reasoning General conclusions are drawn from specific things that we know and see. (opinion)
Mind Mapping a technique that enables you to organize and illustrate your thoughts using both sides of your brain.
Communication Process Formulating ideas before speaking/writing(ideation)and creating messages to be transmitted to others(encoding). Affected by outside forces- interference. Being able to decode info that's sent from others and to determine the intended meaning(ideation).
Infectious diseases diseases caused by organisms that can spread through water, food, air, or human contact. EXAMPLES: pneumonia, flu, tuberculosis, and abdominal infections.
Top web searches 1. Google 2. Yahoo 3. MSN
Homeostasis condition of body's internal harmony as regulated by interaction of body's systems.
Dimensions of Health 1. Physical 2. Mental/Emotional 3. Social 4. Spiritual
Factors that influence Longevity 1. Heredity 2. Environment 3. Economics 4. Personal health behaviors
Wellness behaviors and habits that have a positive influence on health.
Wellness motives the sum of knowledge, beliefs, attitudes, and values that contribute to forming reasons for practicing wellness behaviors.
Perception taking sensory information and formulating interpretations of the information.
Health Belief Model most widely used model to explain why people take action to prevent a health threat.
How quality of life is measured Measured by how long a person lives well, striving for optimal health. Learn how to enhance health and longevity.
Optimal Health Highest level of health a person can possibly have, to life-threatening illness.
Created by: packgirl