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Where do you lye in your continum, What is

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HEALTH
A Health continuum is from how ill to how healthy you are. The four components of total health are physical, mental, emotional and social. There are a lot of risk factors that can be controlled, however only a few cant be controlled. For example; Age, Heredity, Gender, and Congenital defects cant be controlled. While; inactivity, stress, diet, smoking, and high blood pressure can be controlled.
A risk behavior is any behavior that increases the chances of a negative outcome. (D. E. C. I. D. E.) The decisions making process. D for define the problem. E for explore the alternatives (number of chocies). C for consider the consequences. I for identify your values. D for decide and act. E for evaluate the outcome.
Abraham Maslow
Abraham Maslow: 1. Basic Physical needs
2. Safety Needs
3. Social Needs
` 4. Esteem Needs
* 5. Self-actualization

Stress is the body’s nonspecific response to emotional or physical stimuli.

Stress may be positive or negative.

Distress is the negative form of stress. This type of stress causes harmful effects to the body.
Heart attack, high blood pressure, ulcers, headaches , are just some of the physical effects of uncontrolled stress.

Eustress is the positive form of stress. The body’s responses are generally positive. Only negative stress( distress) must be dealt with. The behaviors that help deal with distress are called coping strategies. There are an almost infinite number of ways that we as humans deal with stress.
Personality traits are; Honesty, Trustworthy, Reliable, Responsible, Humorous Dishonest, Rude, Polite, Respectful, Disrespectful, Unreliable, Pleasant.

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Id- Basic needs for survival
Ego- Other things start to become important
*Super Ego- Others gain importance

Train
The stages are Trust vs. Mistrust, Autonomy vs. Shame & Doubt, Initiative vs. Guilt, Industry vs. Inferiority, Identity vs. Role Confusion, Intimacy vs. Isolation, Generativity vs. Stagnation, and Integrity vs. Despair.
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