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Transcript: Suicide Prevention Ethan Lane Suicide Statistics Suicide Statistics Over a five year period from 2012 to 2016, the average number of suicide deaths per year was 2,795. In 2016, preliminary data showed an average of 7.85 deaths by suicide in Australia each day. 2866 people died by suicide (2151 males, 715 females) at a rate of 11.7 per 100,000. The rate of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander suicide remains twice as high as the general population, with 162 deaths across the country Facts Facts Dealing With Suicide Dealing With Suicide If you or anyone you know needs help call Lifeline on 13 11 14. LifeLine LifeLine Lifeline helps give support to those who are suffering from thoughts or attempts of suicide. SERVICES SERVICES Lifeline Phone: 13 11 14 Anyone experiencing a personal crisis or thinking about suicide Available 24/7 Online counselling available at set times - see website for details Suicide Call Back Service Phone: 1300 659 467 Anyone aged 15+ years who is suicidal, caring for someone who is suicidal, bereaved by suicide, or a health professional supporting a suicidal individual Available 24/7 Access up to 6 x 1 hour telephone counselling sessions Online counselling available at set times - see website for details Kids Helpline Phone: 1800 55 1800 Young people aged 5-25 years Available 24/7 Web & email counselling MensLine Australia Phone: 1300 78 99 78 Men, all ages Available 24/7 Online & video counselling at set times - see website for details Access up to 6 x 1 hour telephone Community Support Community Support Events Events Toowoomba Out of Shadows - Picnic point walk is to raise money and to keep people aware of who can help. Toowoomba has its own suicide prevention page called ‘Out of the Shadows’ which gives help and support to anyone in the Darling Downs having thoughts about suicide Web-Pages to Visit Web-Pages to Visit History History 2015 2010 2016 There were 2,361 deaths from suicide registered in 2010. Rates dropped from 15.7 per 100,000 to 13.9 per 100,000, having the largest impact on the overall rate reduction since the 2015 data release. In 2016 2,866 deaths were all suicides in Australia


Transcript: Sedentary Lifestyle reactions to daily life experiences (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr - always happy :D How effectively your body operates efficiently- physical development What does being healthy mean? Budapest San Francisco Healthy looks like someone who is happy and glowing, are energetic, fresh, confident and well-groomed. Not excessivly thin or overweight and embrace themselves. Physical Results values, attitudes & beliefs Notes Spiritual Stockholm A Healthy You! (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr Emotional Double click to crop it if necessary What does health mean to me? - obesity - loss of muscle tone - risks of heart diseseas, cancer, osteoporosis and diabetes - sleeping difficulties - faster ageing process (Mike Adams, July 28, 2004) 20% of all deaths of people 35 a nd older were attributed to a lack of physical activity Social Health means eating nutritionally, being physically fit, having positive body image, being mentally healthy (cognitive), emotionally stable and also socially. Research mental ability to process decisions display knowledge, reason & thinking All Round health can only be attained when all five elements that are body mind and spirit are balanced and adequate. Describe what HEALTHY looks like. Interactions with friends - Couch potato - lazy - no physical activity - inactive Place your own picture behind this frame! (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Cognitive Hacving water and food, sleep/rest, exercise, sunshine, warmth and shelter. What does HEALTHY feel like? Important Details Effects All Round Health


Transcript: Photo based on: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr Main functions include: • Transporting nutrients around the body • Maintaining correct body tempter • Removing wast product, such as carbon dioxide • Veins carry blood to the heart • Arteries carry blood away from the heart • Capillaries connect the Veins and the Arteries together. The Heart BODY SYSTEM the circulatory system heart • The muscular system makes up nearly half the weight of the human body. • The muscle provide the force that enables the body to move • Muscle stretch across joints to link one bone with another and work in gropes to respond to nerve impulses. • There are 650 skeletal muscles in the body! • Skeletal muscles are attached to the skeletal. • They work in pairs: one muscle moves the bone in one direction and the other moves it back again. • Skeletal muscles are voluntary muscles- in other words we think about what movements we want to make (at least, usually!)and send messages via our nervous system to tell the appropriate+ • Smooth muscle is found in our internal organs. • Smooth muscle can stretch and maintain tension over extended period. • Smooth muscles are involuntary muscles. • As the name should tell you, cardiac muscle is found only in the heart • It can stretch just like just like smooth muscle and contract like Skeletal muscle. • It is a twitch muscle • Like smooth muscle, cardiac muscle is involuntary Fractures: Hairline- (Stress Fracture) A small sliver or crack in the bone.Many athletes have these. Transverse- The break is across the bone at a right angle to the long axis. Comminuted- The bone is broken into many pieces. Health Issues: Osteoperosis-Your bones become frail. Arthritis- The inflamation of joints. Scoliosis- The curvature of the spine. All of these, and more have long lasting if not deadly effects. Muscular system FACTS

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