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Introduction to Health and Wellness RSS 2081 firstname.lastname@example.org 5 January 2011
Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education Canada 1-2 Health Definitions Health (World Health Organization - WHO): a state of complete of physical, mental, and social well being and not simply the absence of disease. Health (Ottawa Charter): a resource for everyday life; a positive concept emphasizing social and personal resources and physical capacities.
Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education Canada 1-3 Wellness (WHO, 2006) optimal state of health of individuals and groups -realization of the fullest potential of an individual; physically, psychologically, socially, spiritually and economically -fulfilment of one’s role expectations in the family, community, place of worship, workplace and other settings
Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education Canada 1-4 Components of Wellness SEE MOPS Social: satisfying interpersonal relationships, interaction with others, adaptability to various social situations; includes communication skills.
Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education Canada 1-5 Components of Wellness Emotional: ‘feelings’ - ability to express emotions appropriately and control inappropriate emotions; possess a variety of feelings. Examples: self-esteem, self-confidence, self- efficacy, trust, love.
Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education Canada 1-6 Components of Wellness Environmental: stewardship of the external environment and actions taken to preserve, protect, and improve it. –Individual environment: living conditions (e.g. air, water, safety, organization, lighting, noise, psycho-social)
Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education Canada 1-7 Environmental Wellness Biophilia: bond between people and the natural environment
Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education Canada 1-8 Components of Wellness Mental: the capacity to think clearly, reason objectively, analyze critically and use one’s brains to meet life’s challenges effectively. –Learning from successes and failures –Making responsible decisions
Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education Canada 1-9 Components of Wellness Occupational: personal satisfaction from career and career development, and attaining work-leisure balance; workplace wellness
Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education Canada 1-10 Components of Wellness Physical: characteristics such as body size and shape, sensory acuity, susceptibility to disease an disorders, body functioning and ability to recuperate; ability to perform activities of daily living.
Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education Canada 1-11 Components of Wellness Spiritual: innermost part of an individual that helps with understanding the world and one’s role in it. –Knowledge of self and sense of purpose –May involve belief in a supreme being and religious participation –May involve a relationship with nature
Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education Canada 1-12 Health and Wellness http://students.sfu.ca/health/healthprom otion/wheel.htmlhttp://students.sfu.ca/health/healthprom otion/wheel.html Together with your neighbour, list 5 health behaviours you think a wellness course will promote.
Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education Canada 1-13 Reasons to Take Wellness Apply health information to yourself during a time of transition Learn more about research findings pertaining to health Learn about accessing health information
Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education Canada 1-14 Reasons to Take Wellness Learn more about health topics and practices of others Learn knowledge and skills to assist others with changing behaviours Help validate your selection of this degree Understand the importance of being a good role model and reinforce your desire to do so
Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education Canada 1-15 National Association for Sport and Physical Education Participating in regular physical activity at a level sufficient to promote health-related physical fitness is an important behavior for professionals in all fields of physical activity at all levels –including coaches, K-12 teachers, physical educators and kinesiology faculty members at higher education institutions, and fitness professionals. –NASPE (USA) http://www.aahperd.org/naspe/ http://www.aahperd.org/naspe/
Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education Canada 1-16 Wellness Role Models Behaviour of role models influences others Participating in regular activity is an important coping mechanism for relieving job stress Achieving and maintaining health-related physical fitness is an appropriate expectation for all physical activity professionals
Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education Canada 1-17 Summary Health is an ‘active’ term Wellness encompasses all aspects of life and includes 7 components A wellness course can fulfill many functions
Come Join us. Wellness is much more than merely physical health, exercise or nutrition. It is the full integration of states of physical, mental, and.
Introduction Unit. Bell Ringer With your shoulder partner answer the following questions 1. What is does it mean to be healthy? Write down 3 examples.
Assessment Psychosocial Health , Self care & Wellness activities
Aim: What is the Health Triangle?
Standards. New Jersey New Jersey Health and Physical Education Core Curriculum Content Standards FAQ.
Concepts of Health, Wellness, & Well-Being
The 6 components of health
In this unit, you will learn about… Difference between Health and Wellness. P.I.S.E.S Influences of Behavior Decision Making in terms of behavior Overall.
Do Now #1 In complete sentences: What is wellness? What does it mean to be healthy? Your personal definition. Examples.
HE 250 WESTERN OREGON UNIVERSITY Welcome to Personal Health.
Sensitization of General Public for Emotional and Psycho-social Adjustment of PWDs By Professor Dr. Muhammad Mahmood Hussain Awan Dean Faculty of Education.
Describe a situation that you enjoyed this week. Why did you like it?
Living a Balanced Life Presented by: Amanda Ostgulen Office of Student Engagement, KU Medical Center.
Your Psychological and Spiritual Well-Being
Occupational Health | Wellness | Executive Health | Consulting Occupational health encounter as a healing encounter.
W ELLNESS The part can never be well unless the whole is well. -Plato.
Brainstorm and record: What were some of the leading causes of death 100 years ago? What are the leading causes of death today?
Code You 8 Key Wellness Components to get the very best version of yourself! Taken from ENA Connection April 2013 Author: Kendra Y. Mims.
In this chapter, you will Learn About… Skills that will help you develop and maintain balanced health. Making responsible decisions. Setting and achieving.
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