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    1 : HEALTH & WELLNESS UNIT 1
    2 : What is Health? Definition of Health: Health is the complete state of physical, mental, and social well-being; not just the absence of disease or sickness.
    3 : SOCIAL HEALTH Communicating Well Good Relationships with friends and family Interacting well with other people Maintaining values and beliefs; not being persuaded Good Refusal Skills
    4 : MENTAL HEALTH Ability to cope with life’s demands Low Stress Levels Ex: a phobia, or fear of something Positive Self-Esteem Feeling comfortable about who you are
    5 : PHYSICAL HEALTH Eating Well Exercising Regularly Sufficient Sleep Good/Clean Hygiene Being close to recommended body weight Free of Drugs and Alcohol
    6 : Write one goal for each part… Example: Physical Health- I will work out at least 5 times per week for at least 30 min. each time. Mental Health- I will study for tests so I do not stress out about them. Social Health- I will join a school activity so I can meet more people and become more involved in school.
    7 : SOUND MIND SOUND BODY
    8 : What is Wellness? Wellness: the process of making healthy choices to create a more balanced lifestyle Life long effort to live a healthy life Allows us to achieve our goals and find meaning and purpose in our lives.
    9 : Health Risk Factors Health Risk: anything that increases the likelihood of injury, disease, or other health problems
    10 : Types of Risk Factors Controllable Risk Factors: Risks that you can do something about “behavior risks” Uncontrollable Risk Factors: Risks that you can NOT change (age, race, gender, heredity)
    11 : 6 Health Risk Factors Sedentary Lifestyle Alcohol & Drugs Sexual Activity Behaviors That Cause Injury Tobacco Use Poor Eating Habits
    12 : RISK FACTORS CONT. Sedentary Lifestyle- LAZYNESS or not doing physical activity Alcohol & Drugs- liver disease, cancer, heart disease, car accidents, fights, depression, suicide, mental disorders, STDs Sexual Activity- sexual activity outside a committed relationship, pregnancy Behaviors That Cause Injury- Dangerous Behaviors, weapons, extreme sports, seatbelts Tobacco Use- Smoking: Single Most Preventable cause of death in U.S. Poor Eating Habits- Heart Disease, foods high in fat, empty calories
    13 : HEALTH ADVOCATE A person who works in a health field or speaks out or promotes health. Question: Are you a “Health Advocate” ?
    14 : 3 Ways You Can Take Care of Your Health KNOWLEDGE: Knowing the information needed to make healthy choices (health classes, current issues) ATTITUDE: The way you feel about yourself directly affects your health LIFESTYLE: Putting knowledge into action = behavior changes WHICH IS THE MOST IMPORTANT??
    15 : ATTITUDE GAURANTEED or you will receive a 100% Test Score: This will be on the test. ***********STAR IT**********
    16 : Health Literacy The knowledge you need to know to make good choice about your health. -Current Issues -Health Educators -Library Resources -Health Professionals
    17 : Health & Wellness Cont. Unit 1
    18 : QUICK REVIEW What is the definition of HEALTH? What are SMART goals? What is “Wellness?” What is “anything that increases the likelihood of an injury, disease, or other health problem?” What is a “Health Advocate”? If you are not sick, are you healthy?
    19 : The Wellness Continuum Be able to label both ends and the middle. Know which end is which…
    20 : Life Skills Tools for building or improving health Example: (Public Speaking or good decision making skills)
    21 : 8 “Good” Life Skills -Assessing Your Health -Communication Skills -Coping -Time Management -Being a wise consumer -Evaluating Media -Refusal Skills -Goal Setting 8 “Good” Healthy Life Skills
    22 : SETTING HEALTHY GOALS 2 Types of Goals Short Term Goal: achieved quickly within a few days or few weeks Long Term Goal:- take longer to achieve may take months or even years may be more rewarding once accomplished
    23 : The 5 parts of to setting a goal… Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic/Relevant Track-able
    24 : GOOD EXAMPLE OF GOALS SETTING….
    25 : THE END… http://www.poodwaddle.com/clocks2.htm
    26 : UNIT 1: Health & Wellness “Making Healthy Choices” Chapter 2
    27 : QUICK REVIEW What is a life skill? What are 4 life skills we mentioned? What are 2 types of goals? Which type of goal is more rewarding? What are the 3 points you need to know on the wellness continuum? What does it mean if you are between points? What does sedentary mean?
    28 : As of June 2008, what is the average life expectancy of Americans???
    29 : Life Expectancy First off…what is life expectancy? Life Expectancy: the number of years that an individual is expected to live as determined by statistics 116 years 111 years 114 years
    30 : 78 years
    31 : THEN & NOW In the early 1900s, the leading cause of death was infectious diseases (diseases caused by pathogens such as bacteria) Life expectancy has increased due to… Medical Advances Better Living Conditions Preventative Health Medicines Today, most health problems are caused by… Life Style Diseases: diseases related to unhealthy behavior
    32 : Consequences Consequences: The effect, result, or outcome of our actions Part of good decision making skills is considering consequences.
    33 : Something to consider…
    34 : Collaboration Collaboration: working together to achieve a goal or reach an objective Getting a second opinion Realizing how your decisions affects others
    35 : Who can you collaborate with? Teachers Friends Parents Siblings Counselors Neighbors
    36 : Peer Pressure Peer Pressure: a feeling you get that you should do something because somebody else wants you to do it
    37 : Refusal Skills Refusal Skill: A strategy to avoid doing something that you do not feel comfortable doing
    38 : 10 Refusal Skills Blame someone else Give a reason Ignore the request Leave the situation Say “No, Thanks” Say NO and mean it Make a joke out of it Make an excuse Suggest something else/ change subject Team up with somebody else
    39 : Coping Coping: Dealing with life’s troubles or problems in an affective way
    40 : Coping continued… Dealing with an injury Failing an exam Dealing with disaster (tornado, hurricane) Dealing with rejection from a break-up Loss of a pet Loss of a family member Moving schools Dealing with money issues
    41 : Grieving Process: Process of coming to closure or acceptance of a loss There is no correct way to deal with a loss! It is ok to cry! The way a person responds to loss is unique to the situation and individual. Example: Sudden Death vs. Death from Long Term Illness
    42 : Five Stages of Grieving Process Denial Anger Bargaining Depression Acceptance
    43 : Coping Mechanisms Spend time with others Discuss your feelings Get back to daily routines as soon as possible Eat nutritious foods, exercise, get enough sleep Do something to keep your mind off of it Remember the good things See a councilor
    44 : Public Service Announcements (PSA) PSA: a non-commercial message created to inform, educate or raise awareness about an issue Examples: A prisoner speaking out about to youth to not join gangs Somebody speaking out about a disease Magic Johnson speaking out about HIV/AIDS American Heart Association informing about heart attacks, strokes, and blood pressure check-ups http://psa.americanheart.org/video.html#heart_english
    45 : Wise Consumer Choices Refer to handout… Be sure you understand and are familiar with those terms!!!

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