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AN#PD#2011#1/2#Def

PD/H/PE Topics 1/2 Definitions 2011

QuestionAnswer
Importance of physical activity Prevents obesity and other lifestyle diseases
Physical inactivity Number 1 cause of preventable illnesses
Physical activity Decreased by the Australian population
Improved physical activity levels in children & adolescents Reduce likelihood of chronic illness and improve psychological health
Sense of self How we see ourselves
Positive sense of self Feel worthy and confident
Negative sense of self Not being happy with yourself
Spiritual health The need to establish your life's purpose
Physical health Structure and function of the body
Emotional health An individualism's ability to recognize and express their feelings adequately and appropriately
Mental health An individual's thinking and communication skills as well as resilience and self esteem
Social health Ability to make and maintain relationships with people in different social contexts
Depression A persistent lowering of mood
Anxiety Persistent, excessive worry
Schizophrenia Interferes with the ability to think, feel and act
Bipolar Mood Disorder (Manic Depression) Extreme moods
Personality Disorders Distressing emotional states
Eating disorders Obsessive thoughts about food and body weight
Stigma Mark of shame/disapproval
Grief Response to loss
Stress Response to everyday life events
Resilience The ability of people to cope with stress, trauma or tragedy
Abusive situations 1 person has more power over the other
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