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Health unit 1 lesson


Health a combination of physical, mental/emotional, and social well-being.
Wellness a state of well-being or total health
Habit a pattern of behavior that you follow almost without thinking.
Consumer someone who buys products or services.
Advertisement a message designed to influence consumers to buy a product or service.
Target audience a group of people for which a product is intended
Fraud a calculated effort to trick or fool others
Endorsement a statement of approval
Infomercials long television commercials whose main purpose seems to be to present information rather than to sell a product
Body Image how you view your body
Eating Disorder extreme eating behavior that can seriously damage the body
Anorexia Nervosa an emotional disorder characterized by an obsessive desire to lose weight by refusing to eat
Bulimia an eating disorder in which a large quantity of food is consumed in a short period of time followed by depression and self-induced vomiting, purging, or fasting.
Serving Size the amount of food or drink that is generally served
Body Mass Index Body mass index is defined as the individual's body mass divided by the square of his or her height
Heredity the process by which biological parents pass traits to their children.
Environment the sum total of your surroundings
Environmental Influences the physical, social, and cultural conditions affecting the individual's growth And development
Culture the collected beliefs, customs, and behaviors of a group
Peers your friends and other people in your age group
Volunteerism the use or involvement of volunteer labor, esp. in community services., without getting paid
Community the people of a district or country considered collectively, esp. in the context of social values and responsibilities; society
Common Identify having similar interests and goals
Leadership the ability to combine knowledge of self and others to achieve a common goal; leaders model responsible behavior, take risks, and are tolerant of other’s opinions
Social Wellness means having the ability to interact successfully with people and one's personal environment.
Physical Wellness involves the ability to carry out daily tasks, develop cardiorespiratory and muscular fitness.
Emotional Wellness is the ability to control stress and to express emotions appropriately and comfortably.r
Intellectual Wellness involves the ability to learn and use information effectively for personal, family, and career development
Environmental Wellness includes the ability to promote health measures that prove the standard of living and quality of life in the community, including laws and agencies that safeguard the physical environment
Spiritual Wellness provides meaning and direction in life and enables you to grow, learn, and meet new challenges.
Occupational Wellness comprises aspects of wellness that help achieve a balance between work and leisure in a way that promotes health and a sense of personal satisfaction.
Financial Wellness Financial wellness is having an understanding of your financial situation and taking care of it in such a way that you’re prepared for financial changes. Living within your means
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