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unit one health

Health ch1&2

specific skills and strategies that help you maintain,protect, and improve all aspects of your health health skills
effective communication involves not only making yourself heard but also being a good what? listener
communication strategies that can help you say no when you are urged to take part in behaviors that are unsafe or unhealthful, or that go against your values refusal skills
list the five just refusal strategies say no in a firm voice, explain why, suggest alternatives, use appropriate body language, leave if necessary
the process of ending a conflict through cooperation and problem solving conflict resolution
what attitude is key to resolving conflicts respect
the body's and mind's reaction to everyday demands stress
making responsible ? and setting meaningful ? are important skills that can promote good health decisions, goals
6 steps of the decision making process state the situation list the options weigh the possible outcomes consider your values make the decision and act on it evaluate your decision
something you aim for that takes planning and work goal
three guidelines to remember about goals make sure goals are your won, set a goal to help you grow, not to outdo someone else; if you don't achieve your goal,use what you learned to set a new goal.
distinctive qualities that describe how a person thinks, feels,and behaves character
list four core ethical values responsibility, honesty, integrity, respect. RHIR
the combination of physical, mental/emotional, and social well being health
on overall state of well being,or total health wellness
how is wellness achieved by making decisions and practicing behaviors based on sound health knowledge and healthful attitudes
habits and personal behaviors related to the way a person lives that help determine your overall level of health lifestyle factors
practicing health and safety habits to reamain free of disease and injury, the key to your wellness prevention
to give people the tools they need to help them live long, energetic, productive lives health education
a nationwide health promotion and disease plan designed to serve as a guide for improving the health of all people in the United States healthy people 2010
as people become more ? the general health of a population improves educated
list some advantages of good physical health enough energy, cope with stress, resist disease, avoid injury
list advantages of mental health enjoy a challenge, accept responsibility for your actions, stand up for beliefs and values
advantages of social health ability to make and keep friends, work and play cooperatively
refers to all the traits that were biologically passed on to you from your parents heredity
environment includes all the ? you go and physical conditions in which you live. Also includes people in your life and culture places
people of the same age who share similar interests peers
actions that can potentially threaten your health or others health risk behaviors
avoiding harmful behaviors including the use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs, and sexual activity abstinence
Created by: ebony5407