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What are the dimensions of health? Mental, social, physical, emotional, spiritual, intellectual, enviromental, occupational.
What are the Life-Style Factors? 1)7-8 hours of sleep every night. 2)Eat nutritionally from food pyramid 3) No drug use --tobacco, alcohol, illegal drugs 4)Eat breakfast daily 5)20-30 minutes of physical activity daily 6)Maintain recommended weight.
What is the S for in S.M.A.R.T? S-Specific- What exactly is it you want to achieve?
What is the M for in S.M.A.R.T? M-Measureable- How can you measure and track the progress of the goal?
What is the A for in S.M.A.R.T? A-Attainable- Is it actually attainable in the given time frame?
What is the R for in S.M.A.R.T? R-Relevant-is it something that you really wanna do? Will it directly benefit you?
What is the T for in S.M.A.R.T? T-Time bound- when do you want to achieve this goal by?
What does the D in D.A.R.E mean? D=Define- Describe the problem, challenge or opportunity.
What does the A in D.A.R.E mean? A= Assess- What are your choices? Positive and negative consequences (+/-)
What does the R in D.A.R.E mean? R= Respond- Use the facts/info you gathered... consider values- is it safe, healthy, legal? Make a choice!
What does the E in D.A.R.E mean? E= Evaluate- Review your decision. Did you make a good choice? Learn from your mistakes!
What is Maslow's hierarchy of needs? self-actualization, esteem, love/belonging, safety, physiological.
What is Mental Health? Thoughts about yourself, Feelings about others, and How you react towards stress, change, and life.
What are hallmarks of good mental health? Positive self esteem, satisfying interpersonal relationships, Academic success, Having future goals, Making good choices, and resiliency.
What is stress? The way your body & mind REACT to a situation.
What are at least four ways humans communicate? Verbal, non-verbal, written, visual.
What are demensions of sexuality? Physical, emotional/social, cultural, and ethical.
How many Chromosomes does it take to make a human develop? 23 male, and 23 female. When they combine, it makes 46.
What happens in the first trimester of a pregnancy? A pathway clears to determine the sex of the unborn child, major organ systems start to develop.
What happens in the second trimester of a pregnancy? Fetal movements can be felt by mom, bony parts of the skeleton start to form, the fetus has increased in size.
What happens in the third trimester of a pregnancy? The fetus triples in size, respiratory systems mature in preparation of the fetus being born, maternal antibodies pass to the fetus to prepare it for the live world.
What are the most common bacterial Sexually transmitted infections? Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, and Chancroid.
What are the most common viral Sexually Transmitted Infections? Human papillomavirus (HPV) , Herpes Simplex 1 & 2, Hepatitis, and Hiv.
What type of Sexually transmitted Infection is unable to be cured(Stays with you forever)? Viral Sexually Transmitted Infections are the ones that can't be cured.
Who's body gets mostly screwed up when contracting a Sexually transmitted Infection? A womans
What is the percentage of oral concraception to work? 80-100%
What is female sterilization? A hysterectomy.
What is Male sterilization? A vastectomy.
Does conception protect you from Stis? No
Are condoms 100% safe? No
Created by: Clarissam7055