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Health combination of physical, mental/emotional, and social well-being
effects of decisions may be? short term or long term
health triangle: physical all about how well your body functions
examples of physical health 8-10 hours of sleep healthy meal and stay hydrated 30-60 min. of physical activity everyday avoid tobacco and alcohol drugs bathe/shower/brush your teeth daily
Mental/emotional health your feelings and thoughts
examples of mental/emotional health accept responsibility for actions and decisions express emotions appropriately able to deal with stress and frustration enjoy challenges & generally have a positive outlook includes spiritual health-life
Social health getting along with others
examples of social health seek and lend support making and keeping friends respect others & resolve conflicts W/O violence work in groups- communicate clearly and listen
wellness an overall state of well-being or total health
health continuum low- premature death high- high level
heredity traits biologically passed on
enviroment sum of your surroundings
physical enviroment -neighborhood safety - air/water quality -access to medical care
social enviroment -your family -peers
culture collective beliefs, customs, and behaviors
culture examples -language you speak -foods you eat -spiritual beliefs -traditions
attitude can have a ig affect on your health
behavior you have total control
media methods of communication
valid websites end in? .gov .edu
HON code health on net
4 factors one cannot control -heredity -race -gender -age
6 factors controllable that cause most death or disease under age 24 tobacco use alcohol of other drug use unhealthy dietary behaviors sexual behaviors inadequate physical activity behaviors that contribute to injuries or violence
consequence may be? short term or long term or even fatal also may be cumulative
prevention keep something from happening or getting worse
abstinence decision to avoid high-risk behaviors
promoting participating in positive actions
lifestyle factors- promote health & longevity; - 8 hours of sleep each night - eat breakfast daily -variety of nutritious foods each day - 30-60 min of activity -keep healthy weight - no smoking or tobacco - no alcohol or drugs
values what's important to you
decision making process 1, identify the problem 2. list the options 3.weigh the outcomes 4. consider values 5. make a decision and act on it 6. evaluate the decision
HELP strategy h- healthful e- ethical l- legal p- parental approval
Created by: ndubina