EACH DIMENSION OF AN INDIVDUAL’S HEALTH DOES NOT STAND ALONE. ALL ASPECTS OF HEALTH ARE INTERRELATED AND MAY AFFECT THE INDIVIDUAL’S OVERALL HEALTH Write an example in your packet
Health: includes our BISEPS. Health is not absolute, it is a range of states within the six components. One is striving for balance. Wellness: A type of lifestyle in which we choose behaviors that promote good health and prevent disease which strives for a high quality of life.
Goal of Health Education: To provide accurate health information to help people make healthy choices. “The real test is when you walk out the door”
California Study: Long term study Scientists looked at risky behaviors and determined behaviors that will lead to a long healthy life. Major health hazard in society was lifestyle choices. 4 factors of life expectancy: HEREDITY, ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH CARE, LIFESTYLE – 50-60%
1. Behaviors that result in unintentional and intentional injuries. (Risky Behaviors) 2. Tobacco use. 3. Alcohol and other drug use. (ATOD) 4. Sexual behaviors that result in HIV infection, STI, and unintended pregnancies. 5. Diet choices that contribute to disease. 6. Lack of physical activity.
Leading Causes of Death for Teens 1. Accidents 2. Homicide 3. Suicide Leading Causes of Death for All Ages 1. Heart Disease 2. Cancer 3. Stroke
1. Getting 8-10 hours of sleep each night. 2. Eat a healthy breakfast each day. 3. Eat a variety of nutritious foods. 4.Being physically active for at least 30 minutes most days of the week. 5. Maintaining a healthy weight.
6. Avoiding tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs. 7. Abstaining from sexual activity until an monogamous relationship. 8. Managing stress. 9. Maintaining positive relationships. 10. Practicing safe behaviors to prevent injuries.
What does this statement mean? What are the connections between “knowledge does not equal behavior change” and “The real test is when you walk out the door”?
A. consequences B. experience C. motivation D. rewards