Presentation on theme: "Your Total Health. What sports and other activities do you participate in? What kinds of food do you eat? What kind of people do you spend time with?"— Presentation transcript:
Your Total Health
What sports and other activities do you participate in? What kinds of food do you eat? What kind of people do you spend time with? Your answers to these questions reflect your total health. Health is a combination of physical, mental/emotional, and social well-being.
These 3 parts of your health work together to build good overall health.
When you are taking care of your health triangle and all 3 sides are balanced, wellness is achieved. Wellness is a state of well-being, or total health You can improve your wellness by developing good health habits. A habit is a pattern of behavior that you follow almost without thinking
Good health habits include: Choosing healthy foods Participating in regular physical activity Learning how to handle stress Getting along with others
!!! Quiz !!! 1.___________ is a state of well-being, or total health. 2.___________ is a combination of physical, mental/emotional, and social well-being. 3.A _________ is a pattern of behavior that you follow almost without thinking.
Mental and Emotional Health
Self-concept Each of us has a different self-concept Your self-concept is the view you have of yourself Your self-concept starts forming when you are very young. Many factors influence your self-concept: – Parents – Teachers – Friends
Self-concept It may or may not mirror the way other people see you Having a positive self- concept is an important part of good mental/emotional health
Self-esteem Your self-esteem is a measure of how much you like and respect yourself Your self-esteem is closely related to your self- concept Having a positive self-concept will help you build a high level of self-esteem
What’s the difference? Self-concept is how you SEE yourself or how you THINK others see you Self-esteem is how you FEEL about yourself
Developing a Positive Self-Concept Have confidence in yourself and your abilities Accept encouragement Set a goal and work to reach it Develop realistic expectations (no one is perfect) Find friends that support and encourage you Avoid worrying about hurtful remarks or looks. Put them behind you and MOVE ON!!!
Check for Understanding Cindy didn’t make the soccer team. She was disappointed, but decided to try out again next season. Does Cindy have a positive self- concept? Why or why not? (answer in 2-3 sentences)