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Unit 1 - Health & Wellness Review
Transcript of Unit 1 - Health & Wellness Review
Unit 1 - Health And Wellness
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) there are 6 risk behaviors that account for most of the deaths and disability among young people under the age of 24
What are they?
1 point per answer
1. Tobacco use
2. Inadequate physical activity
3. Risky sexual behaviors (Ones that can result in STD's and unintended pregnancies
4. Unhealthy dietary behavior
5. Alcohol and drug use
6. Behaviors that contribute to unintentional injuries or violence
The 6 Behaviors:
A deliberate decision made by someone to avoid high risk behaviors including sexual activity and the use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs is known as ______________
Give an example of a cumulative risk scenario that has
LETS PLAY SWATTO!
How to play:
In SWATTO, the class is split into teams.
Each team will establish an order that they will send team members up to the board to play.
No one may go again until all members from their team have gone.
When at the board, the players will each have a fly swatter on the table.
When the teacher is done reading the question, he will give a signal that the players may pick up the swatter, turn around and swat the answer on the board.
The first one to swat the correct answer wins! You only get one swat attempt, so choose wisely!!
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity
Other items to remember:
1. Alarm 2. Resistance 3. Fatigue
Long Term vs. Short Term
Talkin' about STRESS
What are effective ways to manage stress?
What can happen if you don't manage your stress?
What body system can stress influence the most? ---> (IMMUNE SYSTEM) <---
DEPRESSION and SUICIDE
How can you help?
As a group, for each question below you will work together to find the correct answer(s) to each question. Be sure to not be too loud with your discussion, or other groups might hear your answers!
Draw Maslow's hierarchy of human needs, and label each level.
FINAL QUESTION -
Create a cumulative risk example that includes 5 risks
List the three stages of the stress response in the correct order.
•Feelings of hopelessness and/or pessimism
•Feelings of guilt, worthlessness
•Loss of interest in activities or hobbies once pleasurable
•Difficulty concentrating, remembering details and making decisions
•Fatigue and decreased energy
•Drastic change in sleeping patterns (Insomnia, early–morning wakefulness, or excessive sleeping
•Overeating or appetite loss)
•Thoughts of suicide and/or suicide attempts
•Persistent aches or pains, headaches, cramps, or digestive problems
•Excessively talking about suicide/death
•Drastic negative change in personality
•Giving away meaningful possessions without a logical reason
•Self-destructive behaviors (violence, drug use, apathy toward their personal health)
•Verbal warning signs
"I want to kill myself"
"I wish I was dead"
•Indirect verbal warning signs
"I won't be around much longer"
"They'll be sorry when I'm gone"
•Poems or diary entries that deal with death
•Self-harm (Cutting, burning, scratching, any form of self-mutilation)
List as many examples of warning signs and risk factors for depression & suicide as you can
What are three different methods that we learned about for treating depression?
Social workers, psychologists, etc.
On the quiz...
...be ready for
1. All vocabulary on your guided notes
2. Labeling the PSM triangle
3. Listing influences on our health
4. Short term/Long term goals
5. Maslow's Hierarchy
7. Mental illness - treatments, supports
Need help? Any questions?
The area of health that deals with how we interact with others
Mental processes that protect individuals from strong or stressful are called _____.
Related risks that increase in effect with each added risk is the definition of ___________.
The level of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Needs that contains needs like recognition, achievement, and goals.
This is an overall state of well-being, or "total health"
Related risks that increase in effect with each added risk is the definition of _____________.
The area of health that deals with the condition of our body
The level of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Needs which must have all other needs satisfied before it can be focused on, where a person strives to be the best they can.
The type of stress that is positive - stress that comes from situations that are enjoyable.
The area of health that deals with condition of our mind, including cognition, behaviors, and emotions.
Actions that can potentially threaten your health or the health of others.
The level of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Needs that contains needs like food, water, and air.
The level of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Needs that contains needs like protection, comfort, and economic security.
The type of stress that is negative -can result in problems and can cause harm to your body
The level of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Needs that contains needs like love and affection.
This refers to all the traits that were biologically passed to you from your parents
This refers to things in which media can be presented like TV, Radio, and the Internet
This refers to the people of the same age who share similar interests
This refers to the choices that can be made which are completely controllable, and can result in positive or negative outcome.
This refers to the sum of your surroundings, including the physical place where you live and the people who make up your world.
This refers to the various methods of communicating information.
This refers to the way you view the situations you encounter
This refers to the collective beliefs, customs, and behaviors of a group
You may NOT use anything about driving, drugs/alcohol, or sexual activity in your example.
END OF ROUND 1!