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1Understanding Health and Wellness Chapter 1Understanding Health and WellnessLesson 1Your Total HealthClick for:>> Main Menu>> Chapter 1 AssessmentTeacher’s notes are available in the notes section of this presentation.Next >>
2A combination of physical, mental/emotional, and social well-being healthwellnessmind-body connectionA state of well-being or balanced health over a longer period of timeHow your emotions affect your physical and overall health and how your overall health affects your emotionsClick to reveal the definitions.
3In this lesson, you will be able to identify the three parts of health.explain the difference between health and wellness.describe how the mind and the body are connected.
4Finding the Main IdeaRead the main headings in this lesson. For each heading, write one sentence that describes the main idea.Main Headings in this LessonThree Parts of Good HealthYour Overall WellnessThe Mind-Body Connection
5Three Parts of Good Health Your total health involves all the parts of your life.health A combination of physical, mental/emotional, and social well-being
6Three Parts of Good Health You need all three sides to complete the health triangle.Each side supports the other two sides to make up your total health.
7Physical health involves the condition of your body. Physical Health TipsEat a well-balanced diet.Do plenty of physical activity.Get plenty of sleep.See your doctor and dentist regularly.Physical activity includes participating in a sport or individual fitness activity.Most teens need about nine hours of sleep each night.Tobacco products harm your mouth, heart, and lungs.Using alcohol and other drugs can damage your liver, brain, and other organs.Always wear a safety belt in vehicles.Wear protective gear when involved in physical activities.Follow the safety rules at school.Do not use tobacco products, alcohol, or other drugs.
8Mental/Emotional Health Mental health refers to your ability to solve problems and handle the daily events in your life.Emotional health involves feelings, such as happiness, sadness, and anger.Taking actions is an important part of mental/emotional health.Mental healthWhen you have good mental health:You are able to see new ways of doing things.You can handle the changes that come your way.Emotional healthGood emotional health means knowing and sharing your feelings and responding to them in positive ways.Mental/emotional healthWhen you have good mental/emotional health:You face challenges in a positive yet realistic way.Your are patient with yourself.You know that everybody makes mistakes—including you!You take action to reach your goals.You take responsibility for your actions.
9Social HealthSocial health describes how you relate to people at home, at school, and everywhere else.Social Health TipsBe friendly.Be open-minded.Be supportive.Be encouraging.Strong friendships and warm family relationships are signs of good social health.Help friends and family reach goals.Show friends and family you care.Be truthful and reliable.Listen carefully.Follow through on promises.Don’t argue when you disagree.
10Your Overall WellnessYou can maintain overall wellness by practicing good health habits and making smart choices for your mind and body.wellness A state of well-being or balanced health over a longer period of timeEven though your physical, mental/emotional, and social health may change daily, your overall wellness takes the longer view. It is the balance between the three sides of your health triangle over weeks and months.The smart choices that you make everyday contribute to your wellness over your lifetime.
11The Mind-Body Connection The mind-body connection shows how important it is to keep the three sides of the health triangle in balance.Your mind and body connect through your nervous system. This system includes thousands of miles of nerves. The nerves link your brain to every part of your body. Upsetting thoughts and feelings can affect the signals that go our from your brain to other parts of your body.mind-body connection How your emotions affect your physical and overall health and how your overall health affects your emotions
12The Mind-Body Connection EmotionsYour emotional health affects your physical and overall health.Your physical and overall health affects your emotional health.If you become very sad or angry, or if you have other strong emotions, talk to someone. Sometimes you may be in a situation that requires the professional health services of a counselor or medical provider.Physical and Overall Health
14Create a three column chart Personal InventoryCreate a three column chartLabel the columns as Physical, Mental/Emotional and SocialWrite “Yes” or “No” for each statementPhysicalMental/EmotionalSocial
15Physical HealthI eat a well-balanced diet, including eating a healthy breakfast, every day.I sleep at least nine hours each nightI am physically active for at least 60 minutes each dayI bathe and wash my hair regularlyI brush my teeth at least twice a dayI avoid using tobacco, alcohol and other drugsI wear a safety belt when riding in a vehicleI visit the dentist and doctor for regular check-upsI wear protective gear when I bike, skate or ride a skateboard
16Mental and Emotional I understand my strengths and weaknesses I express my feelings clearly and calmlyI am patient with myselfI accept helpful feedback and suggestionsI find activities that I enjoyI am open to learning new skills and informationI take responsibility for my actionsI manage my feelings in healthy ways
17Social Health I show that I respect and care for others I can disagree without arguingI am a good listenerI am open and friendly toward othersI am loyal, dependable and truthfulI avoid talking behind people’s backsI support my friends and family membersI am close friends with at least one other person
18Record your dataRecord 1 point for each yes per columnRedraw your Health Triangle according to the new data you recordedDid you Health Triangle change?
19Personal Wellness Contract I promise to...• Continue to not use tobacco today, tomorrow, and every day• Use creative ways to stay on track• Seek out helpful relationships to support my efforts• Plan ahead to avoid obstacles• Write SMART goals and refer to them often• Reward myself for reaching milestones in quitting tobacco• Celebrate my accomplishments.Here's how I'll achieve these objectives...
20What I Learned Vocabulary Define health. Lesson 1 Review Health is a combination of physical, mental/emotional, and social well-being.
21Lesson 1 ReviewWhat I LearnedGive Examples List three activities that can contribute to your total health.Sample answer: Activities include having friends, understanding your strengths and weaknesses, and exercising regularly.
22Lesson 1 ReviewWhat I LearnedDistinguish What is the difference between health and wellness?Health is how you feel at a particular point in time. Wellness is a total state of well-being.
23Lesson 1 ReviewThinking CriticallyAnalyze Read the story of Samantha on page 4. What parts of her health triangle are out of balance? Suggest ways she could balance her health triangle.Her physical health is out of balance. She needs more sleep to balance her health triangle.
24Lesson 1 ReviewThinking CriticallyDescribe Name and describe at least three traits that you might find in a person who has good social health.Sample answer: A person who has good social health is truthful, supports his or her family, and has friends.
25Understanding Health and Wellness End ofChapter 1Understanding Health and WellnessLesson 1Your Total HealthClick for:>> Main Menu>> Chapter 1 Assessment