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  • Indicators of health and well-being
    • Identify and describe the measures/indicators of health and well-being
      • You may be asked to describe the indicators of health and well being
      • You may also be asked to give examples
      • E.G. Being satisfied with life may include, having a balance of healthy activities and a good work life balance
    • We should be aiming to have a healthy, active balanced lifestyle
    • BUT
    • How do we know if we are?
    • You will use some measures or indicators to assess this
    • How satisfied do you feel about your life as a whole?
    • It doesn’t mean you are happy 100% of the time, about everything
    • But to be healthy and balanced you should feel satisfied and happy with most things in your life
    • How often do you feel positive about life? And how often negative?
    • The more positive, the likelihood is you have a healthy and balanced life, mentally and physically
    • Feelings or activities you do may have a big impact on how you feel
    • E.G. Playing sport may make you feel happy and excited, as your with friends doing something you enjoy
    • E.G. Drinking too much alcohol or taking illegal drugs may have a short term high, but long term will affect how you feel and therefore your health and well being
    • Do you have space around you
    • Living in overcrowded conditions or having no space or vegetation around you will make you feel less good
    • This will affect your health and well being
    • Those who are active in many ways are often happiest
    • This is not always true, but normally a person that has a variety of interests will have a better view of themselves and of others
    • Feeling happy and optimistic about the future, as well as useful will mean you are more likely to have a positive mental health
    • If you are more relaxed, are normally more interested in others and deal with problems well, this is also considered positive mental health
    • How many ticks?
    • What do you give yourself out of 10?
    • Complete the ‘challenge’
    • A revision tool