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Health- Living A Healthy Life
Transcript of Health- Living A Healthy Life
Develop evaluation criteria for health information
Examine the influences on physical, mental/ emotional, and social health
Explain how influences affect health status
Analyze health messages delivered through media and technology
The choices and decisions you make now as a teen, will affect you in the
... and can possibly prevent diseases when you are an adult.
Your Health and Wellness
combination of physical, mental/emotional, and social well-being
Loss of Health and Wellness
Improved Health and Wellness
High Level of Health
Lack of energy, inattention, minor aches and pains
Free from aches and pains
Moderate level of energy
Optimal level of energy, feeling of well-being
Subject to Change
an overall state of well-being, or total health
Many people function below the wellness midpoint
year to year
day to day
Break up with bf/ gf
Exercising at least 3 times a week for 30+ minutes
Achieving a goal
Eating healthy foods
Making responsible decisions
Avoiding harmful substances
Promoting Your Health
habits that affect people's overall health, happiness, and longevity
practicing health and safety habits to remain free of disease and injury
the providing of accurate health information to help people make healthy choices
Nation's Health Goals
Healthy People 2010
Nationwide health promotion and disease prevention plan
Guide for improving the health of all people in the U.S.
Increase quality of life and years of healthy life for all Americans
Remove health differences that result from factors such as gender, race, education, disability, and location
Active role in own health
Learn to make informed decisions
Promote health of others
Shape attitudes and behaviors that result in healthful behaviors
Parents teach values and skills necessary to maintain good health
provide health services
offer behavior changing classes
person's capacity to learn about and understand health information and services and use these resources to promote his or her health and wellness
Eating healthy meals
Avoiding harmful substances
Feelings about yourself
Stand up for own beliefs and values
Deal with frustrations
Get along with others
Interaction with others
Hey Everyone, Please See Coach After Baseball Meeting Tonight
Traits passed down from parents
sum of your surroundings
Living with a smoker
adult role models
people of the same age who share similar interests
collective beliefs, customs and behaviors of a group
foods you eat
How you view situations
Don't have to follow in footsteps
Sense of accomplishment
Methods of communicating information
Your Behavior and Reducing Health Risks
actions that can potentially threaten your health or the health of others
Unhealthy dietary behaviors
Texting and driving
Related risks that increase in effect with each added risk
Smoking 1 cigarette
Eating 1 Big Mac
Getting 1 sunburn ...
CAN lead to serious health consequences
But what about
combinations of risk factors?
Not wearing a seat belt
Drinking while driving
Driving in bad weather
The more risk behaviors you participate in, the more likely you are to experience negative consequences at some point.
Having just one drink
Mixing your drink with other substances
avoiding harmful behaviors
Sexual activity before marriage
No unplanned pregnancy
Free of emotional problems
Focus on priorities
6 X 6 paper
Choose person significant to health
Include the following:
1. Person's Name
2. Birthdate and Death year
4. Impact on health/ medicine*
5. Why YOU feel their work is significant to today's world
Medical Advancement Activity
What kinds of diseases are genetic?
Is health hard?
Why is health important?
How do you strengthen a friendship with a girl? -The lonely boy
Why do you teach health?