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HEALTH JEOPARDY Introduction to Health & Mental Health
Vocabulary Introduction to Health Info. Self Esteem & Stress Mental Health Disorders 100 500 400 300 200 100 200 500 400 300 500 400 300 200 100 200 300 400 500
Give the definition for: Stress Answer 100 Answer 100
The response of your body and mind to being challenged or threatened
What is a stressor? Answer 200 Answer 200
Event or situation that causes stress
Answer 300 Answer 300 What is distress and eustress?
Eustress – positive stress Distress – negative stress
Answer 400 Answer 400 What is the definition of a mental health disorder?
Patterns of thinking or behavior that cause a person significant emotional pain or prevent normal functioning
Answer 500 Answer 500 List the 7 dimensions of Wellness.
S = Social P = Physical E = Emotional C = Career I = Intellectual E = Environmental S = Spiritual
Answer 100 Answer 100 What dose life expectancy mean?
The number of years an individual lives Average: 79
Answer 200 Answer 200 IN ORDER, list the 3 national leading causes of death for 15-24 year olds.
1. Unintentional Injuries 2. Homicide 3. Suicide
Answer 300 Answer 300 What are the 3 aspects of health?
1. Social 2. Physical 3. Mental/Emotional
Answer 400 Answer 400 What are lifestyle diseases caused by? (Hint: there is 3)
Heredity Choices Environment
Answer 500 Answer 500 What is wellness? (Define it)
A state of well-being in your body and mind. Good balance in life Illness prevention Emphasizes a prolonged life Your CHOICES impact your wellness
Answer 100 Answer 100 T or F: Self Esteem is constant
FALSE: Self-esteem increases and decreases through interactions with others and by age
Answer 200 Answer 200 What are the 3 stages of the stress response?
Alarm Stage Resistance Stage Exhaustion/Recovery Stage
Answer 300 Answer 300 What are positive affirmations? Provide an example.
Short, positive statements about oneself. I am unique. I am beautiful.
Answer 400 Answer 400 Chronic stress reduces the body’s ability to fight illness and make some diseases harder to control. List 3 illnesses/diseases
Stomachaches Headaches Future heart disease Asthma
Answer 500 Answer 500 What happens during the fight- or-flight response? (Provide 3 examples)
Body is preparing to respond physically: 1. Heart rate speeds up 2.Pupils dilate 3. Adrenaline is released into the bloodstream 4. Some body systems shut down
Answer 100 Answer 100 Give 2 characteristics of someone with good mental health Give 2 characteristics of someone with poor mental health
GOOD MENTAL HEALTH 1. Feels comfortable with people 2. Active listener POOR MENTAL HEALTH 1. Does not share feelings 2. Cannot accept change
Answer 200 Answer 200 What does OCD stand for? What does SAD stand for?
OCD – Obsessive Compulsive Disorder SAD – Seasonal Affective Disorder
Answer 300 Answer 300 What is the difference between anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa?
Anorexia: self-imposed starvation Bulimia: cycles of overeating followed by a clearing of the digestive tract (purging)
Answer 400 Answer 400 List 3 warning signs of suicide
1. Giving away possessions 2. Threats to hurt oneself 3. Saying “goodbye” 4. Frequent thoughts of death
Answer 500 Answer 500 What MHD is characterized by the following: depressive episodes and manic episodes
Managing Stress & Anxiety Chapter 8 Standard: Students will apply and justify effective strategies for responding to stress.
CHAPTER 3 MANAGING STRESS 2014/2015 Managing stress Stress – the reaction of your body Stressors – the causes of stress Situations Events People.
Chapter Five: Lesson 5 Page 159 Mental And Emotional Problems.
Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Health Lesson 5 Mental and Emotional Problems Next >> Click for: Teacher’s notes are available in the notes section of this.
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Chapter 4 Managing Stress & Coping With Loss Section 1
Managing Stress and Anxiety
Stress. The attached picture was devised as part of a stress test developed by researchers at St. Mary's Hospital in London. It is the final picture of.
Stress Stress – the response of your body and mind to a threatening or challenging event Stressor – any cause of stress Ex. _______________________________.
Tackling Job Stress. Definition of Stress Stress is a State of Arousal and can be a result of: –A Stimulus - External Negative –A Response - to Internal.
Stress/Depression/Mental Disorders Chapter 3 and 4.
STRESS AND YOUR HEALTH Discuss 5 different causes of stress.
The reaction of the body and mind to everyday challenges and demands
Managing Stress and Coping with Loss Activity: Everyone blow up their balloon until it pops. How does this relate to stress?
Stress Chapter 3.
Chapter 4 Stress and Your Health.
Chapter 3 Stress.
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