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Health Exam 2018

This is Revision for the Health Exam 2018

Antisocial Behaviour disruptive acts characterised by covert and overt hostility and intentional aggression toward others
Cognitive skill The ability of an individual to do various mental activity’s most closely associated with learning and problem solving.
Factors of Road Accidents Alcohol, Drugs, ADHD and Distracted Driving
Future effects of alcohol to the brain Effecting the brains Communication Pathways, Loss of Balance, Memory and Emotion Response Issues
Honing To hone is to give greater strength or firmness to (the body or a part of it)
Assertiveness Confident and forceful behaviour
Respect A feeling of deep admiration for someone or something because of their ability€™s, qualities, or achievements
Intimacy Sexual intercourse
Sexual Harassment The making of unwanted sexual advances or obscene remarks
Discrepancy Assertion Pointing out an discrepancy between what has been previously agreed on and what is actually happening
Empathetic Assertion Recognition of another persons situation or felling followed by another statement standing up for the speakers rights
Negative Feeling Assertion Feeling very negative feeling towards another person
Types of Communication Verbal, Visual and Written
Aerobic Adaption Exercises that improve your maximum oxygen uptake
Types of Energy Systems The ATL Phosphocreatine, Lactic Acidosis, and the Aerobic System
How long the ATP Phosphocreatine System lasts up to 15 seconds at maximal intensity
How long the Acidosis System Lasts Short Term
How long the Aerobic System Lasts Long Term
3 Types of stretches Static, Dynamic, and Ballistic
When to use Static Stretching For General Fitness
When to use Dynamic Stretching For Stretching With Movement
When to use Ballistic Stretching when you want to move your body or a limb behind its normal stretching range
The 3 P of First Aid Preserve Life, Prevent Worsening, PreModern Recovery
The Temperature the human Body Maintains 37C
Hypothermia when you get extremely cold
Hyperthermia when you get extremely hot
DRSABC Danger, Response, Send for help, Airway, Breathing, CPR, Defibrillator
Created by: Jalfo03
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