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Title: Do Now


1
Do Now
  • Write a brief school appropriate summary of your
    weekend

2
Do Now
  • List, what in your mind, are the three factors
    which affect or decide your personal health

3
Do Now
  • List, what in your mind, are the three factors
    which affect or decide your personal health

4
Do Now
  • Please answer the following question.
  • Whose health is most important to you?. Explain
    your answer.

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Wellness
  • An overall state of well-being or total health

6
What is Health?
  • health    (hlth)   NOUN The overall condition of
    an organism at a given time.
  • Soundness, especially of body or mind freedom
    from disease or abnormality.
  • A condition of optimal well-being concerned
    about the ecological health of the area.
  • A wish for someone's good health, often expressed
    as a toast.

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What is Health?
  • 1900- Health is the absence of disease.
  • 1920- Health is the normal functioning of all
    parts of the body complete physical fitness.
  • 1947- Health is a state of complete physical,
    mental and social well-being, not merely the
    absence of disease or illness.

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Definition of Health
  • 1965- Health is the quality of life involving our
    physical, social, emotional, intellectual, and
    spiritual dimensions.

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Dimensions of Wellness
  • Social
  • Intellectual
  • Vocational (Occupational)
  • Environmental
  • Emotional
  • Spiritual
  • Physical

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What is Wellness?
  • When you link together all 7 aspects of
    wellness (social, physical, emotional,
    intellectual, and spiritual, environmental and
    vocational) in everything you do. Examples
  • 1. Losing temper when
    tired, ill or hungry
  • 2. Having a headache or
    stomach ache when nervous or anxious

11
In class assignment
  • In partners complete Chapter 1 lesson 1 2
    Review
  • (Questions 1-5, Reviewing Facts Vocabulary and
    Thinking Critically)
  • Questions on pg. 9 16
  • DUE AT THE END OF CLASS

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Signs of Wellness
  • Persistent presence of support network
  • Chronic positive expectations
  • Sense of spiritual involvement Increased
    sensitivity
  • Tendency to adapt to changing conditions
  • Appetite for physical activity
  • Tendency to identify and communicate feelings

13
Signs of Wellness
  • Repeated episodes of gratitude, generosity, or
    related emotions
  • Compulsion to contribute to society
  • Persistent sense of humor

14
Physical
  • This is what we all do well in our health clubs.
    It is met through the combination of good
    exercise and eating habits, taking precautions
    for self-care and receiving appropriate health
    screenings throughout our lives. It also means
    taking personal responsibility and care for minor
    illnesses and knowing when professional medical
    attention is needed. Physically well people
    understand and appreciate the relationship
    between sound nutrition and how their body
    performs. The physical benefits of looking good
    and feeling terrific most often lead to the
    psychological benefits of enhanced self-esteem,
    self-control, determination and a sense of
    direction.

15
Physical
  • Has the energy to meet the demands of life and do
    the things they enjoy.
  • Can restrict the intake of harmful substances
    such as alcohol and drugs.
  • Gets plenty of exercise
  • Eats a well-balanced diet
  • Maintains proper body weight

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Social
  • Social Wellness. This is how a person contributes
    to their environment and community and how he or
    she builds better living spaces and social
    networks. The social dimension encourages
    contributing to one's environment and community.

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Social
Are able to make and keep friends Has the
ability to relate to others and be honest and
loyal Treat others with fairness and
respect Have the ability to master social
graces, they are polite and helpful Can be
intimate but not promiscuous
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Intellectual
  • This dimension recognizes ones creative and
    stimulating mental activities as well as expands
    knowledge and skills while sharing his or her
    gifts with others. The intellectually well person
    is open to new ideas, thinks critically and seeks
    out new challenges. These people will stretch and
    challenge their minds with intellectual and
    creative pursuits instead of becoming
    self-satisfied and unproductive.

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Intellectual
  • Has common sense and logic
  • Can embrace the chance to improve themselves and
    learn something new
  • Can apply the things you have learned
  • Can rapidly catch on to new ideas
  • Are open-minded and accepting of others

20
Emotional
  • This dimension includes the capacity to manage
    ones feelings and related behaviors, including
    the realistic assessment of ones limitations,
    development of autonomy and the ability to cope
    effectively with stress. Emotionally well people
    have the ability to express feelings freely and
    manage feelings effectively. They are also aware
    of and accept a wide range of feelings in
    themselves and others.

21
Emotional
  • Can enjoy life despite its occasional
    disappointments and frustrations.
  • Can adjust and cope with stress in a healthy way
  • Can accept your limitations
  • Can understand and accept ones own feelings

22
Spiritual
  • The spiritual dimension recognizes our search for
    meaning and purpose in human existence. It does
    not mean one is religious, but that it is better
    to ponder the meaning of life and be tolerant of
    the beliefs of others than to close our minds and
    become intolerant. Spiritually well people take
    time out of their day for spiritual growth and
    learning. They have a clear sense of right and
    wrong, and they act accordingly.

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Spiritual
  • Is composed of ethics, virtues, values, and
    morals.
  • Can provide faith, hope, peace, comfort, optimism
    with life and its outcome
  • Can see beyond the isolated event to envision the
    whole picture
  • Sets realistic goals and go about reaching them
    with hope, enthusiasm and determination

24
Occupational
  • Occupational development is related to ones
    attitude about ones work, and recognizes
    personal satisfaction and enrichment in ones
    life through work. The choice of profession, job
    satisfaction, career ambitions and personal
    performance are all important components of this
    dimension. To be occupationally well, a person is
    ultimately doing exactly with what they want to
    do in life and are comfortable with their future
    plans.

25
Occupational
  • is the ability to get personal fulfillment from
    our jobs or our chosen career fields while still
    maintaining balance in our lives
  • Our desire to contribute in our careers to make a
    positive impact on the organizations we work in
    and to society as a whole leads to Occupational
    Wellness

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Environmental
  • This includes the ability to promote health
    measures that improve the standard of living and
    quality of life in the community, including laws
    and agencies that safeguard the physical
    environment. The environmentally well person is
    aware of the earths natural resources, conserves
    energy, buys organic foods and products, and
    enjoys and appreciates spending time in natural
    settings.

27
Environmental
  • the ability to recognize our own responsibility
    for the quality of the air, the water and the
    land that surrounds us
  • The ability to make a positive impact on the
    quality of our environment be it our homes, our
    communities or our planet contributes to our
    Environmental Wellness

28
Quality of Life
  • Degree of overall satisfaction that a person gets
    from life.

29
Longevity and conditions of Life
  • Due to medical advances and improvements in
    Sanitation, were living longer
  • Born in the U.S. in 1900-live until age
  • 47
  • Born in the U.S. in 1990-live until the age
  • 75

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Common Health Problems (1900s-20th Century)
  • 1. Influenza
  • 2. Diptheria Disease affecting throat
  • 3. Polio
  • 4. Tuberculosis

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  • Wiped out by scientific advances, however,
    some of those advances lead the way to an age of
    convenience a more sedentary (inactive)
    lifestyle.more alcohol consumption, and a diet
    rich in fats and sugars.

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Americas New Health Problems (21st Century)
  • Chronic Diseases
  • 1. Heart Disease
  • 2. Cancer
  • 3. Diabetes
  • 4. Emphysema
  • 5. Cirrhosis of the liver

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Focus 1900s (20th Century)
  • TREATMENT

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Focus 2000 (21st Century)
  • PREVENTION

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Message from U.S. Surgeon Generals Office
  • Leading cause of premature death and illness in
    the U.S. could be prevented through positive
    lifestyle habits. The solution to those health
    problems is largely WITHIN OUR CONTROL

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Facts
  • 750 billion dollars/year is spent on the nations
    healthcare
  • U.S. spends more per capita on healthcare than
    any other country. The British spend 1/3 what we
    do per person and outlive us by 3 years.
  • Of 20 countries researched, the typical American
    diet was highest of all in the of fat, and
    lowest in dietary fiber. We are one of the
    fattest nations in the world.

37
  • Considering how much as a nation we spend on
    medical care, we should outshine the world in
    health and wellness, but we dont.

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WHY?????
  • We have failed to make prevention a top priority

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Leading Cause of death amongst Adults
  • HEART DISEASE

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LEADING CAUSE OF DEATHS AMONGST TEENS
  • ACCIDENTS

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Risk Factors Affecting Health
Risk Factor Explanation Examples
Hereditary The traits passed biologically from parent to child Diabetes Cancer Heart disease
Environmental (Physical and Social) Ones physical and social surrounding conditions Drinking water Noise/air pollution friends Media
Behavior Conditions resulting from a persons actions and decisions Smoking Not wearing seat belt High-fat diet
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FACT
  • U.S. has the highest rate in the world of
  • Heart disease
  • Cancer of the colon, rectum, breast, and lung

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FACTS
  • Of all the Americans who die every year, only 10
    die because of inadequate health care
  • Only 20 die because of environmental or
    biological factors
  • The rest die as a direct result of an unhealthy
    lifestyle-(70)

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Lifestyle Factors
  • Getting 8-10 hours of sleep each night
  • Starting each day with a healthy breakfast
  • Eating a variety of nutritious foods each day
  • Being physically active (20min/3days/wk)
  • Maintaining healthy weight
  • Avoiding tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs

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Lifestyle Factors
  • Abstaining from sexual activity before marriage
  • Managing stress
  • Maintaining positive relationships
  • Practicing safe behaviors to prevent injuries
  • Fitting these health-promoting lifestyle
    factors into your life will help ensure a high
    level of wellness
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