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Health&Well. Midterm

TermDefinition
Creative being open to new experiences.
Intimate comfortable with themselves are capable of establishing appropriate physical and emotional intimacy w/other people.
Accepting refers to having a positive but realistic feelings about yourself and others.
Realistic People who see the world in terms of facts and actual events.
Autonomous means being inner directed and not being controlled by the desires of other people.
Authentic Not afraid to be themselves- genuine.
Dysfunctional Family family in which family interactions negativly affect the physical, emotional, and social development and well-being of the individuals in the family.
Blended Family one or more partners remarry bring their children from previous marriage in new family unit.
Family Household a householder and persons who live in the same household who are related to the householder by birth, marriage, or adoption.
Extended Family sharing a home with numerous relatives
Step-Siblings brothers and/or sisters who joined your family when one or both of your parents remarry.
Nor-epinephrine a hormone and neurotransmitter involved in stress response as well as mood regulation.
Anaerobic Activities activities that require short bursts of energy that cannot be sustained for long periods of time because the body cannot supply enough oxygen quickly enough to keep up w/ the demand.
Intensity the quality or state of being intense : extreme strength or force. : the degree or amount of strength or force that something has.
Flexibility the ability to easily move the joints of the body through a full range of motion.
Muscular Endurance The ability of a muscle to contract repeatedly without becoming fatigued.
Social Justice giving to each what he or she is due.
Deterrence The use of threats by one party to intimidate another party form exercising a particular behavior.
Tolerance respect for people whose beliefs and practices differ from yours.
Cyber Bullying use of electronic information and communication technologies, such as the internet, or text messaging, to harass and intimidate.
Poor Communication the inability to convey your message to the other person or a group.
Athletic physically strong, fit, and active.
Coercion the use of physical of psychological threat or force to obtain a desired outcome.
Isotonic Exercise exercises where the muscles move heavy weight though their range of motion.
8 domains of wellness 1. Personal wellness 2. Social wellness 3. Emotional wellness 4. Intellectual wellness 5. Cultural wellness 6. Spiritual wellness 7. Community wellness 8. Environmental wellness
How much water should you drink after 30min. of activity? 8ounces
Reflective Awareness ability to identify to yourself what you are thinking or feeling at any given moment in time.
Intrapersonal conflict confusion or struggle within yourself
Interpersonal conflict disagreement or argument between persons or groups.
Wellness behaviors and habits that have a positive influence on health.
Inductive reasoning reasoning that moves from the specific to the general. Reasoning are based on experience or observations.
Deductive reasoning reasoning that begins with general and ends with the specific (based on laws, rules, and conclusions are based on two or more premises).
outpatient treatment given to a patient during periodic visits to a health care facility or physician's office
Inpatient treatment given to a patient who has been admitted to a health care facility.
Most difficult emotion to manage Anger
Psychiatrist medical doctors who specialize in treating mental illnesses.
Psychotherapist mental health professionals who are trained to treat mental disorders using psychological counseling techniques.
Resiliency ability to bounce back after experiencing distressing/traumatic events.
What system brings body back to homeostasis nervous system
Different types of stressors Personal-family issues, Interpersonal-loneliness, Environmental- PTSD
Eustress form of stress that occurs in reaction to something that we perceive as good but exciting.
Distress negative form of stress that occurs in reaction to something we perceive as bad.
Static Stretching stretching a muscle to the end of its range of motion and holding that position for an extended period of time.
Dynamic Stretching slow and controlled movement through a range of motion.
3 components of Love (Sternberg's theory) Passion, Intimacy, Commitment
Traditional Family 2parents and their biological or adopted children
Maslow's Hierachy of Needs Physlogical Needs Safety Love and Belonging Esteem and Recognition Self Actualization
Phobias overwhelming, illogical fears of an event or object.
Leading cause of death in 1900's 1. pneumonia and influenza 2. tuberculosis
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