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Guide to Healthy Living for Teenagers

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Karishma Sharma

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Transcript of Guide to Healthy Living for Teenagers

Goal Setting
Reach for the Stars!
1. Brainstorm
- Figure out what you want to do
2. Plan your path
- Plan the steps you will take to
achieve your goal(s)
3. Create a mantra
4. Stay motivated!
- Remember why you want to
achieve your goals
- Help yourself go through the
steps to your goal and live by a
mantra
Sexual Health
Substance
Abuse

DON'T DO DRUGS!!!
- Use protection
(unless you want a baby!)
Stay Safe!
- Go to the doctor to check for STIs

- Be responsible for your actions
- You can say NO!

Dealing with
Adversity
Fitness
Nutrition
Mental
Wellness
Inspiration

Drug Risks:
- Mental and Physical alterations
- Addiction
- Withdrawal
- It's illegal to abuse substances!
- Overdose
- You can lose control of your actions
- Extreme drug cravings

- Personality may change
- Burnout marks from certain drugs
You become UGLY!!

You get sick
when you try to quit
Opportunities become limited
Alcohol:
- May lead to drug use
- Alcohol poisoning
- Waste of money!
- Drunk driving can harm others as well as the
driver
No! Don't do it!
You lose brain cells!
Be smart, be drug-free!
YOU COULD DIE!!!!
Helpful Tips:
Don't have expectations.
Grin and bare it!
Believe in yourself!
Stay calm and think positively.
Laugh!
People WILL let you down, accept it.
Because you are AWESOMETACULAR!
Sometimes you need to do things you don't like to achieve your goals. Just think of the positives things you'll get out of it!
Take a break and think. Consider your options and try to pick the best way to fix your problem.
You'll feel so much better
And if all else fails...
Watch iisuperwomanii!!!
Relate,
feel
better
or
just
have
a
good
laugh
Stay Healthy!
Eat super foods such as:
Reduce risk of diseases
Function properly
Have more energy and
a positive attitude!
Avoid foods such as:
Frappuccinos
Fast-Food Muffins
Canned soup
Microwavable Meals
Berries
Kiwis
Broccoli
Sweet Potatoes
Berries are packed with antioxidants
Low in calories and
High in fibre (helps control blood sugar)

Kiwis contain
V
I
T
A
M
I
N

C
Fibre
and Potassium
Broccoli has fibre
and vitamins A,C and K
Sweet Potatoes have vitamin A
vitamin C, calcium and potassium
Live Longer!
Support yourself when you're older
Why not exercise? It's so easy!
Exercise improves your mood.
You can go it alone or with a group.
Pick something that interests you and
just have fun with it!
Lose weight!
Keep it natural!
Keep Calm and Take it Easy!
1. Breathe! It's going to be okay!
2. Don't stress out and stop taking everything
so seriously!
3. Exercise to relieve tension
4. Take a break and tackle your problem
after your mind has a chance to breathe
5. Don't be so sensitive - everyone's equal
and even if someone acts like they're all
that, don't pay attention. Because we're all
just dumb humans~
"I can't change the
direction of the wind
but I can adjust my sails
to reach my destination."
-Jimmy Dean

"The best way out
is through."
-Robert Frost
"Great minds discuss ideas;
average minds discuss events
and small minds discuss people"
-Eleanor Roosevelt
~The End~
Check yourself before you wreck yourself
Guide to Healthy Living
For Teenagers

By Karishma Sharma
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