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Unit 210 Leading a Healthy Lifestyle

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luke hughes

on 3 October 2014

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Unit 210
Leading a Healthy Lifestyle
Benefits of a Healthy Lifestyle
What are the benefits of regular exercise?
How much sleep do you need a night?
What are the benefits of a healthy diet?
By the end of today's lesson you will be:

Know the different lifestyle factors.

Understand that some factors can be positive and negative.
How this achievement will be demonstrated:

Describe the different lifestyle factors

Explain why some are positive and negative
Smoking
KIGMONS
Alcohol
COOLHAL
Mi
stress
es
MISTRESSES
Find the negative risk factors in the jumbled up letters
Find the negative risk factors in the word
Task 1 Complete either word search or crossword highlighting key lifestyle factors for today's lesson.
In your groups write down the lifestyle factor on your white boards.
Carbs
Fats
Protein
Vitamins
Minerals
Task 2 Complete the resource highlighting the benefits of 3 positive lifestyle factors
The effects of smoking
Increase chance of lung cancer
Yellow teeth
The negative effects from alcohol
Liver cirrhosis
Addiction
The negative effects of stress
Sleeping problems
Increase chances of having a stroke

Task 3 Complete the resource on the negative effects of the 3 lifestyle factors
Smoking
The effects of smoking
Increase chance of lung cancer
Yellow teeth
The negative effects from alcohol
Liver cirrhosis
Addiction
The negative effects of stress
Sleeping problems
Increase chances of having a stroke
How can we find out whether we need to make adjustments to our lifestyle?
Complete the lifestyle questionnaire,

Some questions relate to today's lesson, however, there are others which relate to the rest of the unit.

Give it a go.

Exercise
Diet
Sleep
“a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”

World Health Organisation (WHO) states that health can be described as…

Define
Meets your nutritional needs
Helps maintain your weight
Repairs your body
Reduces stress
Improves your memory
Lowers blood pressure
Boosts confidence
Improves your mood
Diet
Sleep
Exercise
By the end of today's lesson you will be:

Understand that some lifestyle benefits can be short term and some can be long term.
Provide a link between both short and long term benefits
Complete the task in pairs
Link lifestyle factor to guidelines and benefits
Benefits of Physical Activity
In your groups highlight as many benefits of physical activity as you can.
Can you then identify which are long term and which are short term benefits
To gain the highest grade you need to create a link between the short and long term benefits, have a go in your groups
Finally choose an aspect of today's lesson and create a question for the rest of the class to answer. Write on whiteboard prior.
By the end of today's you will be able to

complete a lifestyle questionnaire

Assess the strengths and weaknesses of 3 individuals

Complete the lifestyle assessment
Read the case study and answer the following questions.
What do you do once the questionnaire has been completed?
Look at the questionnaire and highlight the relevant aspects
Collate all data
Highlight strengths and areas for improvement
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