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126 Chapter 26 Section 26.1 Wellness for Life Section 26.2 Health and WellnessChapter 26Section 26.1Wellness for LifeSection 26.2Taking Care of Yourself1
2Section 26.1 Wellness for Life You are responsible for your health and well-being.Being informed and making smart decisions about your health and safety can improve the quality of your life now and in the future.2
3Content Vocabulary Academic Vocabulary wellness fitness endurance aerobic activitiesflexibilitybody imageBody Mass Index (BMI)anorexia nervosabulimiabinge eatingsubstance abusecreditcomposition
4Your Well-BeingTwo primary goals of wellness are to promote health and prevent disease.Wellness is physical, mental, emotional, and social health.Fitness is when your body works at its peak.wellnessAn approach to life that emphasizes taking positive steps toward overall good health and well-being.fitnessWhen your body works at its peak, you look your best, and you are healthy, strong, and well.
5Your Well-BeingLeading an active life strengthens heart and lungs, improves muscle tone, and helps maintain a healthy weight.The three elements of fitness are strength, endurance, and flexibility.enduranceThe ability to use energy over a period of time without getting tired.flexibilityThe ability of your joints to make the full range of movements available to them.5
6Your Well-BeingAerobic activity is a continuous rhythmic activity that helps heart, lung, and musclesaerobic activityContinuous, rhythmic activities that help improve heart, lung, and muscle function.6
7A Healthy WeightFocus on maintaining a weight that is healthy for your body.Weight is based on height, age, gender, bone structure, body build, and growth pattern.7
8A Healthy WeightBody Mass Index (BMI) uses weight, height, and age to help determine an appropriate weight range.Weight management is a matter of balancing the energy you take in with the energy you use.Body Mass Index (BMI)A person’s appropriate weight range determined by weight, height, and age.8
9Health RisksEating disorders are dangerous and can be life threatening.Anorexia nervosa is an example of one type of eating disorder.anorexia nervosaAn extreme urge to lose weight by starving oneself.9
10Health RisksA bulimic person secretly overeats and then vomits or uses laxatives.Binge eating is compulsive overeating.bulimiaBouts of extreme, often secret overeating followed by attempts to get rid of the food eaten by using laxatives or vomiting.binge eatingCompulsive overeating, often without being hungry.10
11Health RisksSubstance abuse, the use of illegal drugs and the misuse of legal ones, in another serious health risk.substance abuseThe use of illegal drugs or the misuse of legal drugs or substances.11
12Health RisksSexually transmitted infections (STIs) are transmitted from one person to another by sexual contact.Abstinence is the only certain way to avoid STIs.12
13Section 26.2 Taking Care of Yourself Your overall health is determined by your physical, emotional and mental, and social wellness.You can improve your health by learning to cope with stress.Work with your doctor to manage your health care.13
14Content Vocabulary Academic Vocabulary stress adrenaline primary care physicianspecialistadequateassume
15Take Charge of Your Health Your good health includes physical, mental, emotional, social health and safety.Physical health is based on the choices you make as to what to eat and when to work and relax and to sleep.Good hygiene, or cleanliness, is basic to overall wellness.
16Take Charge of Your Health Maximize your mental and emotional health by challenging yourself, focusing on your strengths, taking responsibility, and having a positive attitude.Social health is about the relationships with people around you.Follow safety guidelines in order to be responsible for your health.Avoid high-risk behaviors.
17StressWhen the body reacts to stress, it releases a hormone called adrenaline, where it increases the heartbeat and breathing rate.stressA body’s response when one feels overwhelmed.adrenalineA stress hormone that increases the heartbeat and breathing rate.
18Health CareRegular checkups help keep minor problems from turning into serious ones.The United States health care system is one of the most advanced in the world; however, it is also the most expensive .
19Health CareFor routine examinations, a primary care physician provides general care.A specialist is needed for a specific condition or disease.primary care physicianA doctor who provides general care and performs checkups.specialistA doctor trained to treat specific diseases or medical conditions.
20Health CareEach one of us is responsible for our health by scheduling checkups, asking questions, and following health care professionals’ advice.Use trusted resources to acquire information on your health.
21Chapter Summary Section 26.1 Wellness for LifeWellness involves taking positive steps toward overall health.Regular physical activity improves physical, mental and emotional, and social health.Aim for an active lifestyle that promotes strength, endurance, and flexibility.Maintain a weight that is healthy for you.Eating disorders are serious mental health conditions that require professional help.Teens who avoid high-risk behaviors show that they care about their health.
22Chapter Summary Section 26.2 Taking Care of YourselfYou are responsible for your own health and safety.You make decisions every day that affect your physical health, mental and emotional health, social health, and your safety.Stress is part of everyone’s life and can be negative or positive.You need to learn to manage your stress.Regular doctor and dental visits are important, and it is up to you to participate in your own health care management with your care providers.
23ReviewDo you remember the vocabulary terms from this chapter? Use the following slides to check your knowledge of the definitions.The slides in this section include both English and Spanish terms and definitions.Start
24wellnessbienestarAn approach to life that emphasizes taking positive steps toward overall good health and well-being.Enfoque hacia la vida que enfatiza tomar pasos positivos hacia la buena salud y el bienestar.Show Definition
25fitness buen estado físico When your body works at its peak, you look your best, and you are healthy, strong, and well.Cuando tu cuerpo trabaja a su punto máximo, te ves bien y estás saludable, fuerte y sano.Show Definition
26endurance resistencia The ability to use energy over a period of time without getting tired.La habilidad de usar energía durante un periodo de tiempo sin cansarse.Show Definition
27actividades aeróbicas aerobic activitiesactividades aeróbicasContinuous, rhythmic activities that help improve heart, lung, and muscle function.Actividades continuas y rítmicas que ayudan a mejorar las funciones del corazón, los pulmones y los músculos.Show Definition
28flexibility flexibilidad The ability of your joints to make the full range of movements available to them.La habilidad que tienen tus articulaciones para hacer el rango completo de movimientos posibles.Show Definition
29body image imagen corporal An individual’s personal view of their own size and shape.Imagen personal que un individuo tiene de su forma y tamaño.Show Definition
30Body Mass Index Indice de Masa Corporal A person’s appropriate weight range determined by weight, height, and age.Rango de peso apropiado que se determina por el peso, la altura y la edad de la persona.Show Definition
31anorexia nervosa anorexia nerviosa An extreme urge to lose weight by starving oneself.Impulso extremo de dejar de comer para bajar de peso.Show Definition
32bulimiabulimiaBouts of extreme and often secret overeating followed by attempts to get rid of the food eaten by using laxatives or vomiting.Ataques de comer en exceso, por lo general a escondidas, seguidos por intentos de deshacerse de lo que se comió usando laxantes o vomitando.Show Definition
33binge eatingatracónCompulsive overeating, often without being hungry.Comer compulsivamente y por lo general sin tener hambre.Show Definition
34substance abuse abuso de sustancias The use of illegal drugs or the misuse of legal drugs or substances.El consumo de drogas ilegales o el abuso de medicamentos o sustancias legales.Show Definition
35credit mérito Praise and recognition. Elogios y reconocimiento. Show Definition
36composition composición The ratio of fat to lean tissue in your body. La proporción de grasa y tejido delgado en tu cuerpo.Show Definition
37stress estrés A body’s response when one feels overwhelmed. La respuesta del cuerpo cuando uno se siente abrumado.Show Definition
38adrenaline adrenalina A stress hormone that increases the heartbeat and breathing rate.Una hormona de estrés que incrementa los ritmos cardiacos y respiratorios.Show Definition
39primary care physician médico general A doctor who provides general care and performs checkups.Un doctor que proporciona atención general y realiza exámenes de chequeo.Show Definition
40specialist especialista A doctor trained to treat specific diseases or medical conditions.Un doctor capacitado para tratar enfermedades o condiciones médicas específicas.Show Definition
41adequate adecuado Enough or sufficient. Suficiente o bastante. Show Definition
42assumeasumirTake on or undertake.Tomar o emprender.Show Definition