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1.06 Understand the fundamentals of wellness Risk factors that affect wellness
1.06 Understand the fundamentals of wellness Risk factors that affect wellness 1) Self destructive behavior Drug, alcohol, and tobacco abuse Irresponsible sexual behavior Physical inactivity Unhealthy eating habits 2
1.06 Understand the fundamentals of wellness Risk factors that affect wellness 2) Environment Exposure to lead Exposure to carcinogens Sanitation 3
1.06 Understand the fundamentals of wellness Risk factors that affect wellness 3) Genetics Birth defects Family history 4
1.06 Understand the fundamentals of wellness Risk factors that affect wellness _Self destructive _behavior _ _ _ _ Environment_Genetics_ _ _ Effects on Wellness _ Drug,________ alcohol, and____ tobacco abuse__ _ birth defects__________ _______________________ _ family history __________ Exposure to lead, and___ carcinogens___________ Sanitation _ ______________ 5
1.06 Understand the fundamentals of wellness. Wellness: 1) Optimal health with a balance in physical, mental, and social health 2) Contributes to the.
Introduction What did you do with your family over the break? What did you enjoy most about being with your family? What did you enjoy least about being.
Low RiskIntermediate RiskHigh Risk Regular well-child care Full-term birth Maternal prenatal care Normal birthweight Normal growth Adequate financial.
Manitowoc County 2015 Youth Risk Behavioral Survey An Overview Based on Grades 9-12.
Child & Adolescent Health. Introduction What is it that you think of when you hear “Child & Adolescent Health”? What topics are of particular interest.
Factors Influencing Health Aim: How do heredity, environment, and behavior influence health?
1.06 Understand the fundamentals of wellness. Wellness Optimal health with a balance in physical, mental, and social health Contributes to the prevention.
1.06 Understand the fundamentals of wellness Complementaryand Alternative Medicine (CAM) Health Practices.
Leading a Healthy Life. I. Health in the Past ► Infectious disease was the leading cause of death. ► People died from diseases such as the flu and bacterial.
Lesson 3 HEALTH RISKS AND YOUR BEHAVIOR! &state=na &state=na.
Your Health and Wellness Chapter 1. Lesson 1 Health is the state of total well-being. Although heredity and environment are health factors, your personal.
Health Wellness Lifestyle factors Prevention Health education Health literacy.
Living a Healthy Life Lessons Two & Three Promoting a Healthy Lifestyle Pgs
DEPRESSION What Is Depression? A disorder that affects a person’s mood where feeling range from the blues to extreme sadness and hopelessness. It can.
Health & Teens. EQ & Do Now EQ: EQ: What are 3 risk behaviors that lead to health problems in teens? Do Now: What do you think are the most serious health.
1.3 Taking Responsibility for Your Health What are lifestyle factors?
How much do you know about your health?. 1.True - Most deaths are caused by health behaviors! 2. False - There are many behavioral risk factors for heart.
Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. Leading a Healthy Life Contents Section 1 Health and Teens Section 2 Health and Wellness.
RISK FACTORS AND PROMOTING HEALTH. Target: I will be able to explain the difference between lifestyle factors and risk factors and define and give examples.
Cancer Mrs. Anna Ward James Martin MS. Do Now!!! What do you know about cancer? How many types of cancer can you list?
Taking Charge of Your Health Chapter 1: Lesson 3.
1. Health and Teens 2. Health and Wellness 3. Health and Your Community.
Reducing Health Risk. Factors Influencing Health Heredity (Family History): Race Sex Genetic Transmitted Disease.
Aim: Can non-communicable diseases, for the most part, be prevented? Do Now: Brainstorm- what is the difference between communicable and non- communicable.
Introduction to Health Class House keeping: Note Cards: Name, interesting fact about you, how do YOU learn best, what’s your favorite class, .
Do Now Answer Reviewing the Facts and Vocabulary Questions 1-3 on page 21 of your book.
Lesson 3 Health Risks and Your Behavior. Identifying Health Risks Risk Behaviors = actions that can potentially threaten your health or the health of.
Noninfectious Diseases. Vocabulary Signs – something another person can see or measure… such as a fever Symptoms – a feeling of pain or discomfort you.
Mental and Emotional Health Physical Health Social Health What are the three components of your health triangle?
Ten Leading Causes of Death. Name the 10 leading causes of death and rank them in order from greatest to least. Name the 10 leading causes of death and.
Your Health and Wellness. Major Health Concerns then and now Infectious Disease Lifestyle Disease Health Risk Factors Controllable Uncontrollable.
Glencoe Making Life Choices Section 1 Wellness and Your Choices Chapter 1 Health Choices and Behavior 1 << BACK NEXT >> HOME Chapter Health Choices and.
Taking Responsibility For Your Health Lesson 1. Health Status The condition of a person’s body, mind, emotions, and relationships.
ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND LIFESTYLE CHOICES AFFECT ON GENETICS.
Leading a Healthy Life Chapter 1 Section 1. Health in the Past Early 1800’s through early 1900’s the leading cause of death was Infectious Diseases.
Health Risks Being aware of certain risks to your health is part of becoming an adult. Risk Behaviors- are actions that can potentially threaten your.
PREPARING FOR PREGNANCY. One of the most important factors in your baby’s health is the mother’s lifestyle. By the time a woman sees a doctor, they are.
1-3 Taking Charge Of your Life I. Taking responsibility for your health How do you bridge the gap between a teenager and a fully responsible adult? Two.
BELLRINGER Take a copy of Getting Acquainted with Health (on top of projector) Find classmates who practice the behaviors listed on the sheet and have.
T AKING C HARGE OF Y OUR H EALTH Chapter One Lesson Three PPT.
CANCER CONTROL NHPA’s. What is it? Cancer is a term to describe a diverse group of diseases in which some of the cells in body become defective. The following.
Health Pregnancy By: Nissana Lassiter 4 th Block.
Vocabulary Nutrition Proteins Carbohydrates Fats Water Organic Tobacco Alcohol Addiction Drug abuse Eating disorder Bulimia Anorexia Exercises The plate.
YOUR HEALTH AND WELLNESS HEALTH: The combination of your physical, mental/emotional and social well-being. WELLNESS: An overall state of well-being, or.
HAVING A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE And making good choices!
Chapter 1: Understanding Health and Wellness Key Terms Wellness Health Spiritual Health Health Education Health Literacy Heredity Peers Culture.
Reducing Health Risks 6/13/ Effective ways to reduce the risks from other factors Take action to avoid or reduce known risks Obtain regular check-ups.
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