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Title: Chapter 1: OBJECTIVES:


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Chapter 1 OBJECTIVES               
  • Identify the purpose and goals of Healthy People
    2000" and 2010
  • Discuss the history of health as it relates to
    infectious and lifestyle disease
  • Define wellness, and describe how it has
    replaced prior concepts of health and why.
  • List and discuss components of a wellness
    profile.

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  • COMMUNITY ACTIVITY
  • Your assignment is to discuss the environment
    around you at school, home, work, community, etc.
  • Identify the things in your surroundings that
    encourage our wellness behaviors and those that
    discourage your wellness.
  • Make a list of these factors. 

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Here is an example
  • Encourage Wellness
  • Friends who value good choices Refrigerator full
    of healthy foods Family where exercise is part of
    their day etc.
  • Discourage Wellness Eat out often Very busy
    schedule Family fights

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Attaining Wellness
  • Wellness is ongoing and needs to be a lifestyle a
    person chooses.
  • A process by which individual takes control of
    the way they live
  • Developing every aspect of the body, mind, and
    emotions
  • Produce and keep equilibrium in ones life.

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Physical Wellness
  • Defined as choosing and maintaining healthy
    habits pertaining to the body.

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Physical Wellness principles related 5 areas of
health.
  • Healthy habits include such things as
  • 1) eating well,
  • 2) exercising regularly,
  • 3) responsible decisions about sex,
  • 4) routine medical examinations,
  • 5) staying free of injury and disease.

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Wellness includes
  • Wellness includes activities, behaviors, and
    attitudes that improve the quality of life and
    contributes to longevity

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Health is . 
  • physical, mental and social well being and not
    merely the absence of disease or infirmity.

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The six interrelated dimensions of wellness
  • interact continuously.
  • Making changes in one dimension often affects
    others.

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  Six Dimensions
  •   Physical wellness
  • Emotional wellness
  • Intellectual wellness
  • Spiritual wellness
  • Interpersonal and social wellness
  • Environmental or planetary wellness

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National wellness goals The Healthy People
  •   1.        Increase quality and years of
    healthy life.   2.        Eliminate health
    disparities among Americans.   3.       
    Specific objectives are in priority areas such
    as fitness, nutrition, safety, substance
    abuse, health care, and chronic and infectious
    disease.

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Behavior Change Models
  • Health Belief Model
  • Transtheoretical Model

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Health Belief Model
  • A persons behavior is a function of their
    perceived
  • Susceptibility to disease
  • Perceived seriousness
  • Perceived benefits of taking action
  • Perceived barriers to taking action
  • Internal or External Cues to Action

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Transtheoretical Model
  • Change occurs through stages
  • Precontemplation
  • Contemplation
  • Preparation
  • Action
  • Maintenance
  • Termination

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Wellness Profile
  • Work for a few minutes to complete the wellness
    worksheet. You will be turning this in.

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What is your Goal
  • Discuss your goals with a group
  • Determine which area of health
  • Determine why you think this important to you?

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What are the blocks to change
  • Determine the top two blocks.
  • Discuss them in reality terms
  • Discuss ways to manage the blocks.

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Carrot and the Stick
  • Carrot is the incentive
  • Gifts to yourself
  • Time off
  • Stick is the motivator
  • Deadlines
  • Progress reports

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Blocks
  • Procrastination
  • Identify the project
  • Make a strong connection between you and the
    project
  • Visualize the project and the rewards
  • Keep track of your progress and look at it in
    relationship to the goal.

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What Gets You Going
  • Fear of Failure
  • Financial pressure
  • Boredom
  • Other peoples expectations
  • Revenge or getting even
  • Envy
  • Greed
  • Addictions

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What Gets You Going
  • Enjoyment
  • Family Needs
  • Friendships
  • Mental/ Physical health
  • Security
  • Independence
  • Money and possessions
  • Influence
  • Status
  • Personal Achievements
  • Social interaction

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Negative or Positive
  • Self talk
  • Life change
  • Personally invested
  • Internal motivator
  • External motivators

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Still cannot get going?
  • Think small.. Step by step
  • Start with easiest and most enjoyable
  • We all have to do things we do not want to do..
    May need changes so we love what we are doing?

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Ability
  • What you are capable of doing

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Motivation
  • Determines what we do

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Attitude
  • Determins how well we do it?

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What is your role in health and wellness??
  •   Physical wellness
  • Emotional wellness
  • Intellectual wellness
  • Spiritual wellness
  • Interpersonal and social wellness
  • Environmental or planetary wellness

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HEDV93 Lifestyle Assessment
  • Wellness Profile Read Carefully!!  

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Next week
  • Chapter 2 Stress
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