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    • HealthEducationMiss Chantelle Lessard-Chaudoin M.P.H
    • Health and Wellness Health-isa state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity Wellness- is a deliberate lifestyle choice characterized by personal responsibility and optimal enhancement of physical, mental, and spiritual health.
    • Dimension of Health Physical Health Psychological Health Spiritual Health Social health Intellectual Health Environmental Health
    • Physical Health Eating Exercise Sleep Use of Drugs and Alcohol Risky behaviors Disease or illness Disability
    • Psychological health Mental and emotional state  Awareness and acceptance of feelings in ourselves and others  Ability to express emotions in a constructive way  Ability to function independently  Ability to cope with challenges and stressors
    • Spiritual Health Spiritually healthy individuals:  Identify their own basic purpose in life  Learn how to experience love, joy peace and fulfillments  Help themselves and others achieve their full potential
    • Social Health Refersto the ability to interact effectively with other people and the social environment, to develop satisfying interpersonal relationships, an to fulfill social roles.
    • Intellectual health Refers to your ability to think and learn from life experiences, your openness to new ideas, and your capacity to question and evaluate information An intellectually health person:  Thinks through values  Makes decisions  Sets goals  Handles problems or challenges effectively
    • Environmental Health Refersto the impact your world has on your well-being. It means protecting yourself from dangers in the air, water, and soil, and in products you use—and also working to preserve the environment itself.
    • Health Promotion Movement in which knowledge, practices, and values are transmitted to people for use in lengthening their lives, reducing the incidence of illness, and feeling better
    • Levels of Prevention Primary-includes all activities carried out to keep healthy people health and prevent those from getting diseases Secondary- interventions take at the early stage of a problem before it becomes serious Tertiary- includes behaviors that are involved in treatment and rehabilitation
    • Cancer Primary Prevention- Education the public about behavioral factors that increase risk, signs and symptoms of cancer, methods of treatment Secondary Prevention- Screening for disease by taking tissue samples etc. Tertiary Prevention- Providing treatment for disease such as surgery to remove tumor
    • QUIZ1. _____________ is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity a. Wellness b. Prevention c. Health
    • QUIZ2.______________ is a deliberate lifestylechoice characterized by personalresponsibility and optimal enhancement ofphysical, mental, and spiritual health a. Health b. Wellness c. Prevention
    • QUIZ3.________________ refers to the ability tointeract effectively with other people andthe social environment, to develop satisfyinginterpersonal relationships, an to fulfill socialroles. a. physical health b. social health c. psychological health
    • QUIZ4. _____________________refers to the impactyour world has on your well-being a. Social health b. Environmental health c. Physical health
    • QUIZ5. Education is an example of a. Primary Prevention b. Secondary Prevention c. Tertiary Prevention