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  • CHAPTER 1: LIVING A HEALTHY LIFE VOCABULARY
    • HEALTH
    • WELLNESS
    • PREVENTION
    • HEALTH EDUCATION
    • CUMULATIVE RISKS
    • HEALTH LITERACY
    • HEREDITY
    • ENVIRONMENT
    • PEERS
    • CULTURE
    • CHARACTER
    • MEDIA
    • RISK BEHAVIORS
    • ABSTINENCE
    • DECISION MAKING SKILLS
    • GOALS
    • VALUES
    • COMMUNICATION SKILLS
    • REFUSAL SKILLS
    • CONFLICT RESOLUTION
    • ADVOCACY
    • ROLE MODEL
  • YOUR HEALTH TRIANGLE TO MAINTAIN HEALTH, YOU NEED TO TAKE PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ESTABLISHING AND IMPLEMENTING HEALTH MAINTENANCE FOR ALL THREE ASPECTS OF YOUR HEALTH - PHYSICAL, MENTAL/EMOTIONAL, AND SOCIAL. (YOUR HEALTH TRIANGLE) **YOU SHOULD ALSO TRY TO MAINTAIN SPIRITUAL HEALTH.**
  • PHYSICAL HEALTH
    • HOW WELL YOUR BODY FUNCTIONS
    • YOU HAVE ENOUGH ENERGY TO PERFORM THE ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIFE
    • YOU CAN COPE WITH EVERYDAY CHALLENGES AND STRESSES
    • YOU HAVE THE ENERGY TO RESIST DISEASES AND AVOID INJURY
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  • MENTAL/EMOTIONAL HEALTH
    • HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT YOURSELF
    • HOW WELL YOU MEET THE DEMANDS OF DAILY LIFE
    • YOUR ABILITY TO PROCESS INFORMATION
    • YOU ENJOY CHALLENGES
    • YOU LIKE LEARNING NEW THINGS
    • YOU SEE MISTAKES AS OPPORTUNITIES TO GROW AND CHANGE
    • YOU ACCEPT RESPONSIBILTY FOR YOUR ACTIONS
    • YOU STAND UP FOR YOUR BELIEFS AND VALUES
    • YOU ARE IN TOUCH WITH YOUR FEELINGS AND CAN EXPRESS THEM IN APPROPRIATE WAYS
    • YOU CAN USUALLY DEAL WITH THE FRUSTRATIONS OF LIFE
    • YOU AVOID DWELLING ON NEGATIVE THOUGHTS
    • YOU CONSIDER YOUR SITUATION AND THEN USE POSITIVE THOUGHTS AND ACTIONS TO MOVE FORWARD
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  • SOCIAL HEALTH
    • THE WAY YOU GET ALONG WITH OTHERS
    • YOUR ABILITY TO MAKE AND KEEP FRIENDS
    • YOUR ABILITY TO WORK AND PLAY IN COOPERATIVE WAYS
    • YOUR ABILITY TO SEEK AND LEND SUPPORT WHEN NECESSARY
    • COMMUNICATING WELL AND SHOWING RESPECT AND CARE FOR YOURSELF AND OTHERS
  • GOOD HEALTH
    • MEANS STRIVING TO BE THE BEST YOU CAN BE AT ANY GIVEN TIME.
    • NOT AN ABSOLUTE STATE.
  • KEEPING YOUR HEALTH TRIANGLE IN BALANCE, WILL HELP YOU FUNCTION AT YOUR HIGHEST LEVEL!
    • WELLNESS COMES FROM MAKING DECISIONS AND PRACTICING BEHAVIORS BASED ON SOUND HEALTH KNOWLEDGE AND HEALTHFUL ATTITUDES
    • REQUIRES AN ONGOING, LIFELONG COMMITMENT TO PHYSICAL, MENTAL/EMOTIONAL, AND SOCIAL HEALTH
    WELLNESS
  • PROMOTING YOUR HEALTH
    • MAKING RESPONSIBLE DECISIONS
    • DEVELOPING HEALTH-PROMOTING HABITS
    • PRACTICING PREVENTION
  • MAKING RESPONSIBLE DECISIONS
    • DECISION MAKING STEPS:
    • 1.) STATE THE SITUATION (WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO DECIDE?)
    • 2.) LIST THE OPTIONS (WHAT ARE YOUR CHOICES?)
    • 3.) WEIGH THE POSSIBLE OUTCOMES (WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES YOU COULD FACE?)
    • 4.) CONSIDER YOUR VALUES (WILL IT GO AGAINST THE THINGS YOU BELIEVE OR THE THINGS THAT ARE IMPORTANT TO YOU?)
    • 5.) MAKE THE DECISION AND ACT ON IT
    • 6.) EVALUATE YOUR DECISION (WOULD I DO THE SAME THING AGAIN, DID IT HURT ME OR OTHERS, DID IT GO AGAINST ANYTHING I VALUE)
  • DEVELOPING HEALTH PROMOTING HABITS
    • HEALTHFUL HABITS SUPPORT EVERY ASPECT OF YOUR HEALTH
    • YOUR HABITS SHOULD PROMOTE EVERY ASPECT OF YOUR HEALTH
    • THE HABITS YOU FORM NOW CAN AFFECT YOU LATER IN LIFE
  • PRACTICING PREVENTION
    • ABSTINENCE IS THE ONLY WAY TO AVOID THE NEGATIVE CONSEQUENCES OF RISK BEHAVIORS
    • -ABSTINENCE FROM HARMFUL SUBSTANCES HELPS YOU AVOID MANY NEGATIVE CONSEQUENCES
    • -ABSTINENCE FROM SEXUAL ACTIVITY PROTECT YOU FROM
    • MANY NEGATIVE CONSEQUENCES
    • AVOID RISK BEHAVIORS AND CUMULATIVE RISKS
    • HEALTH EDUCATION
      • THE GOAL OF HEALTH EDUCATION IS TO GIVE PEOPLE THE TOOLS THEY NEED TO HELP THEM LIVE LONG, ENERGETIC, AND PRODUCTIVE LIVES
    • BE A HEALTH LITERATE PERSON
  • A HEALTH LITERATE PERSON IS:
    • A CRITICAL THINKER AND PROBLEM SOLVER
      • KNOW HOW TO GET INFORMATION ABOUT A PROBLEM
      • BE ABLE TO TELL IF THE INFORMATION IS ACCURATE
    • A RESPONSIBLE, PRODUCTIVE CITIZEN
      • PRACTICE ADVOCACY
      • DEVELOP A POSITIVE CHARACTER
      • BE A POSITIVE ROLE M ODEL FOR OTHERS
    • A SELF-DIRECTED LEARNER
      • BE ABLE TO ACCESS INFORMATION ON YOUR OWN
    • AN EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATOR
      • USE GOOD COMMUNICATION SKILLS
      • USE REFUSAL SKILLS
      • USE CONFLICT RESOLUTION SKILLS
  • INFLUENCES ON YOUR HEALTH
      • HEREDITY
      • ENVIRONMENT
      • MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY
      • YOUR VALUES, ATTITUDES, GOALS AND BEHAVIORS (MOST IMPORTANT INFLUENCE)
  • HEREDITY
    • INFLUENCES YOUR GENERAL LEVEL OF HEALTH
    • MAY PUT YOU AT RISK FOR CERTAIN ILLNESSES
    • MAY STRENGTHEN YOUR RESISTANCE TO DISEASE
    • CAN INFLUENCE PERSONALITY AND BASIC INTELLECTUAL ABILITIES AND TALENTS
  • ENVIRONMENT
    • YOUR FAMILY, YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD, YOUR SCHOOL, YOUR JOB, AND YOUR LIFE EXPERIENCES
    • ALL THE PLACES YOU GO IN A GIVEN DAY AND THE PHYSICAL CONDITIONS IN WHICH YOU LIVE
    • ALL THE PEOPLE IN YOUR LIFE ESPECIALLY YOUR PEERS (PEOPLE THE SAME AGE WHO SHARE SIMILAR INTERESTS
    • YOUR CULTURE
  • MEDIA
    • RADIO, TELEVISION, FILM, NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, BOOKS, AND THE INTERNET
    • RELIABLE INFORMATION COMES FROM PROFESSIONAL HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS
    • (BEING ABLE TO ANALYZE INFORMATION & INFLUENCES
    • HELPS YOU MAKE GOOD CHOICES FOR YOUR HEALTH)
  • TECHNOLOGY
    • HAS HAD A POSITIVE IMPACT ON HEALTH.
    • HAS HAD A NEGATIVE
    • IMPACT ON HEALTH.
  • MOST IMPORTANT INFLUENCES HEALTH: VALUES: YOUR ATTITUDE AND BEHAVIOR REFLECT WHAT IS IMPORTANT TO YOU
    • BEHAVIOR:
    • YOU HAVE CONTROL OVER YOUR BEHAVIOR
    • IT AFFECTS ALL ASPECTS OF YOUR HEALTH
    • ATTITUDE:
    • THE WAY YOU VIEW SITUATIONS
    • AFFECTS THE CHOICES YOU MAKE
    • POSITIVE ATTITUDES = BETTER HEALTH
  • GOALS
    • YOUR GOALS SHOULD BE ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT INFLUENCES ON YOUR HEALTH
      • THE GOALS YOU WANT TO ACHIEVE SHOULD DRIVE THE DECISIONS YOU MAKE
    • GOAL SETTING CAN BUILD SELF-CONFIDENCE, INCREASE YOUR SELF-ESTEEM, AND IMPROVE YOUR OVERALL HEALTH
  • GOAL SETTING STEPS
    • 1.) SET A SPECIFIC, REALISTIC GOAL, AND WRITE IT DOWN
    • 2.) LIST THE STEPS YOU WILL TAKE TO REACH YOUR GOAL
    • 3.) IDENTIFY SOURCES OF HELP AND SUPPORT
    • 4.) SET A REASONABLE TIME FRAME
    • 5.) ESTABLISH CHECKPOINTS
    • 6.) REWARD YOURSELF
  • BECOMING AN ADULT MEANS MAKING RESPONSIBLE DECISIONS THE CHOICES YOU MAKE AND THE RISKS YOU TAKE DURING ADOLESCENCE CAN AFFECT YOUR HEALTH THE REST OF YOUR LIFE.