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Copy of Healthy Active Living Concept Map- Grade 9 ISU

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Healthy Active Living

Healthy Sexuality
Health, Wellness, and Total Fitness
Physical Fitness
Substance
Use
and
Abuse
Conflict
STI's
Anatomy
Menstruation
Contraceptives
Decision Making
Sexual Orientation
Healthy Relationships
By: Stephanie MacIntosh
are tested during
Sexual Health Exam
incorporating 5 tests:
Visual/External
Feel Ovaries
Urine and Blood
Sample
PAP Smear
Breast Exam
Looking to see
signs of STI's
involves
Checking for cysts/abnormalities of the vagina, ovaries, cervix and fallopian tubes
Taking your blood and urine sample, and sending it off to be tested

(STI, Iron Levels, Cholestral, pregnancy)
Checking for cervical cancer-
send results off to be tested
Checking for lumps
involves
involves
involves
involves
at
a gynecologist/ Nurse Practitioner

a walk-in clinic
every year when
you become sexually active
you turn 21
found in
Male
Female
shrink because of
steroid use
Organs
include
Seminal
Vesicle
Penis
Prostate
Gland
Testicles
makes
Semen
transports
Urine
creates
damaged by
Testicular Injury

important in
engaging in
Sexual
Activities

factors include:
who your partner will be
Morals
Birth Control
Talking to your Parents
Your own feelings
risks include:
STD'S
and
STI'S
Unplanned Pregnancy
Pressure from your Partner
Feeling badly about yourself
Regret
regardless of
qualities include:
Honesty
Safety
Acceptance
Respect
Enjoyment
"SHARE"
component:
Involves
Feeling comfortable making a decision without being afraid of how your partner will react
Neither person worries about being emotional/physically hurt
You do not try to "fix"
them to be an
more ideal mate
involves:
involves:
You do not feel
inferior or superior
to your partner
You think highly of the other person for being who they are even when you don't agree
involves:
Feeling happy and energized while enjoying each other's company
involves:
You can tell each other the truth at all times
You can resolve problems openly and admit you made a mistake
categorizes include:
Bisexual
Lesbian
Gay
Heterosexual
face challenges including:
A male who is romantically an/or sexually attracted to males
is
is
A male/female who is romantically and/or sexually attracted to the opposite sex.
is
A female who is romantically and/or sexually attracted to females
A male/female who is romantically and/or sexually attracted to both males and females
Not everyone will be accepting
Others may be shocked, confused or hostile
Personal safety at risk
Harassment
or
discrimination
May lose finical support or home if they are young
methods include:
Natural
Hormonal
Non-
Hormonal

is
When a women avoids intercourse on her fertile days
examples include:
FAM
(Fertility Awareness method)
NFP
(Natural Family Planning)

is
Female hormones
to prevent ovulation
examples include:
Vaginal Ring
Oral Contraceptive
A barrier between
sperm and an egg
examples include:
Female Condom
Male Condom
permanent solutions:
Tubal Ligation
Vasectomy
Organs
Menstrual Blood and Tissue
creates
preparing for
Pregnancy
include
Cervix
Vagina
Ovaries
contain:
Egg
Hormones
Uterus
"womb"
called:
called:
"Your monthly friend"
"Surfing the Crimson Tide"
"Cousin Rag"
is
Any clash between 2 or more people or groups
leads to
Bullying
which is
A form of repeated, persistent, and aggressive behavior directed at an individual or group of people intended to cause fear, distress, and/or harm to another's body, feeling, self esteem or reputation
occurring when
there is a:
POWER
IMBALANCE
for example:
Stronger person > Weaker person

Older sibling > Younger sibling
which can be prevented by:
Encouraging the victim to get help
Calling the Bully out
Telling someone
divided into 4 types:
Internal Conflict
Interpersonal
Conflict
Intra- Group Conflict
Inter-Group
Conflict

solving involves:
Resolution
Skills:
Assertiveness
Clear and Direct Message
Active
Listening
Patience and Tolerance
Empathy

is
is
is
is
Opposing emotions you often feel within yourself
A dispute that you have
with someone else
Conflict among
members of a group or team
Conflict when two groups find themselves in opposition to one another
Violence Behavior
including:
roots from:
Ignorance
Racism
Unmet Needs
Threats
Manipulation
Harassment
is caused by:
Difference in beliefs,
values, principals,
and goals
Wellness
is
A state of complete mental, physical, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity
wellness= total fitness
Total
Fitness
is divided into:
Social Fitness
Mental/ Emotional
Fitness
Physical Fitness
includes:
The ability to get along with others
Healthy Relationships
includes:
Positive Outlook on Life
Self esteem and Self Confidence
Ability to handle stress
Posses energy to carry out additional tasks/activities
Ability to fight
off injection
and remain
"sick-free"
improves:
Healthy Active Lifestyle
includes:
because it benefits:
Physically
for example:
Your body feels good
You live longer
Mobility
Socially
Emotionally/
Mentally
for example:
Easily Interactive
Learn social behaviors
for example:
Positive self-image
You feel better about yourself, others and your life
is
The condition of your heart and circulatory system, respiratory system, muscular system, degree of flexibility, and percentage of body fat
5
Components

involves Health- related fitness:
Aerobic/
Cardiovascular
Endurance
is
How well your body uses oxygen
Activities that help include:
Bike riding
Skipping
Muscular strength
Muscular Endurance
Flexibility

Body Composition
(% of body fat)
is
The maximum amount of force your muscles can exert in one single effort
is
The ability of your muscles
to perform repeated/continuous movements
is
The ability to move joints and stretch muscles in a full range of motion
Activities that help include:
Various
stretches
Yoga
is
The percentage of body fat in comparison to all other body mass (skin,bones,muscles, tissues)
Activities that can help include:
Eat healthy

Perform regular cardiovascular endurance activities
involves skill-related fitness
6
Components

Agility

Balance
Co-Ordination

Speed
Reaction
Time

Power
F.I.T.T Training principles
monitored/improved by using
Frequency-
how often you exercise
Intensity-
a measure of how hard you are working
Time- length of time spent on activity

Type-
specific type of activity performed
Principles of training and fitness
include:
Principle of Overload
Principle of Progression
Principle of Specificity
Principle of Recovery
Principle of Atrophy
As you work harder (overload) you body adapts-
you must progessively icrease amoutn of work for improvement to occur
means
"USE IT OR LOSE IT" -
if you do not continue to train, fitness gains will diminish at approximately same rate at which it improved
means
you can measure this by measuring your:
Heart Rate
using:
A simple formula:
220- (your age)= Maximum Heart Rate
and
(90%) MHR X .90=
Upper Limit of Target
Heart Rate Zone
(60%) MHR X .60 =
Upper Limit of Target
Heart Rate Zone
involves
Drugs
Any substance other than food, that affects a person's mental, emotional and/or physical state
which are
categorized into:
Stimulants
Depressants
Hallucinogens
Opiates
Inhalants
which
Speed up the body's system (such as, CNS, and cardio-respiratory), delay fatigue, and may produce hyperactivity
examples include:
Cocaine
also called
C, Coke, Snow blow
which
Slow down the CNS
and reduce inhibitions
examples include:
Metham- Phetamine
also called
Crystal meth, LA ice, Speed, Chalk
GHB
Alcohol
also called:
G, Liquid Ecstasy, Soap, Scoop, Liquid E, Fantasy
which
Alter the user's perceptions of the world around them causing distortions in the way they sense their surroundings and may also experience flashbacks later in life
examples include:
Magic Mushrooms
also called
Caps, Shrooms, Psilocyn, Mushrooms
Ecstasy
also called:
Booze, Brew, Moonshine, Vino, Cold one, Mouthwash
can lead to:
Binge Drinking
which is
The heavy consumption of alcohol over a short period of time-
usually 5 or more drinks in a row by men and 4 or more drinks in a row by women
risks include:
Alcohol Poisoning
Impaired Judgement
Alcoholism
which
Acts as a depressant in the central Nervous System
examples include:
Rohypnol
also called:
Circles, Rope, Roofies, Ropies
Heroin
also called:
China White, Smack, Dragon, Tar, Sugar
which
Produce feelings of euphoria and light-headedness, while slowing down you body systems
examples include:
Paint Thinners
Modeling Glue
continuum of use:
Lowest risk:
Non- Use
Social Use
Frequent, Heavy Use
Highest Risk:
Dependent Use
for example:
Cigarettes
contain
Over 4,000 Different Chemicals
Ammonia
Nicotine
Tar
including:
which
Makes it so addictive
Over 50
cancer-causing chemicals
kill
250 people in
Ontario every week
and
Take away 14 years of you life
cause
Second Hand Smoke
effects include:
Heart Attack
Chest Infection
Respiratory Problems
Heart and Lung Disease
are influenced through:
Media
enter bloodstream through:
Mouth, Inhaling, Smoking, Applying to skin, and injections
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