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    • Health vs. Wellness Health: –Condition of being of sound body with emphasis on freedom from pain and _______.disease
    • Wellness– A multi- dimensional state of well- being, a ________ approach to life that encompasses bodily, mental, emotional, environmental, spiritual and community health holistic
    • 7 Dimensions of Wellness 1. Emotional 2. Environmental 3. Intellectual 4. Occupational 5. Physical 6. Spiritual 7. Social
    • Emotional Wellness 1)Has the ability to deal with frustration and/or _____________(resilience)stress
    • 2)Has the ability to have a pleasant disposition in spite of ____ conditionsbad
    • 3) Focuses on the positive more than the __________issues and qualities of people negative
    • 4) Has the ability to manage emotions such as _______ knows how to adjust to situations anger
    • Depression Causes: Abuse a) Physical Abuse
    • b) Sexual Abuse
    • c) Verbal Abuse
    • Emotional Abuse
    • 2)Medications
    • 3) Conflict in the family
    • 4) Death of a loved one
    • 5) Genetics
    • 6) Major events: new school, moving, new job, divorce, loss of job, retirement
    • 7) Illness
    • 8) Drug Addiction
    • 9) Personal Problems
    • Environmental Wellness 1)Includes protecting the ___________ and its resources and modifying your surroundings to help you achieve a healthy lifestyle. Earth
    • 2) Ideas: a) Conserve__________ and other natural resources water
    • 3) Reduce, reuse and ____________recycle
    • 4) minimize your exposure to ____________________chemicals
    • Environmental Abuse Effects 1) More severe and more frequent natural _____________disasters
    • 2) Species ____________extinction
    • 3) Disease
    • 4) Shorter life ____________________expectancy
    • 5) Fall of the Economy
    • 6) Death
    • Intellectual Wellness 1)Striving to ___________your intellect and your creative spark. improve
    • *Examples include: a) taking a course or going to workshops/seminars
    • b) learning a foreign language
    • c) Or learning how to play a _______________ instrumentmusical
    • d) Reading for personal enjoyment
    • e) seeking out persons who challenge you intellectually
    • f) taking up a hobby.
    • 2) Making health decisions based on solid ____________________evidence obtained from reliable sources. scientific
    • Intellectual Inactivity a) __________________ Laziness
    • b) Lack of purpose or drive in life to achieve or improve oneself
    • c) No goals or ___________ambition
    • d) Engaging in _______________ activities like destructive
    • smoking
    • drinking
    • drinking
    • drug addiction
    • Hanging around with the wrong people
    • Watching violent movies
    • pornograhic movies
    • Playing violent computer games
    • Occupational Wellness 1) Preparing and making use of your skills and talents. -Finding a _________that is meaningful, enjoyable and rewarding is vital to job satisfaction. career
    • 2) Ideas include: >exploring career options creating a vision of your __________future
    • Unemployment Causes 1) Rapid ________________ changetechnological
    • 2) Unwillingness to work
    • 3) Lack of qualification: Education and Experience
    • 4) Poor Work Ethic
    • 4) Socio-economic Factors
    • 6) Political Factors
    • Physical Wellness Encompasses a variety of healthy behaviors including: 1) adequate ________________exercise
    • 2) proper nutrition
    • abstaining from ________________behavior
    • Disease Causes 1) Cellular Damage by Unhealthy Foods
    • Some of the worst offenders include: Deep-fried food like doughnuts
    • French fries
    • Potato chips
    • Margarine and shortening
    • Artificial Additives such as MSG
    • Monosodium glutamate (MSG) is a second dangerous chemical found in virtually all processed meat products. MSG is a dangerous excitotoxin linked to neurological disorders such as migraine headaches, Alzheimer’s disease, loss of appetite control, obesity and many other serious health conditions. Manufacturers use MSG to add an addictive savory flavor to dead- tasting processed meat products.
    • aspartame
    • Aspartame: By Far the Most Dangerous Substance Added to Most Foods Today! Effects of aspartame: Migraines and headaches, dizziness, seizures, muscle spasms, rashes, depression, fatigue, Tachicardia, insomnia, vision problems, hearing loss, heart problems, tinnutus, brain tumors, birth defects, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, mental retardation
    • Sugar-laden snacks and beverages
    • hotdogs
    • The Red Dogs varieties on sale at Tesco contain very little real meat. Instead, they are made up of 64 per cent mechanically-recovered chicken. Only 17 per cent is pork. Mechanically-recovered meat is the slimy paste created when a carcass — stripped of all traditional cuts — is forced through a metal sieve or blasted with water.
    • BY DAVID DERBYSHIRE OF THE MAL ONLINE PUBLICATION And cheap hot dogs don’t just taste awful. Eaten in excess, they can be disastrous for your health. There is now scientific evidence that hot dogs — like all processed meats — increase the risk of bowel cancer.
    • What are processed meats? Processed meats include bacon, sausage, hot dogs, sandwich meat, packaged ham, pepperoni, salami and nearly all meat found in prepared frozen meals. Processed meats are usually manufactured with a carcinogenic (linked to promote and cause cancer) ingredient known as sodium nitrate. Sodium nitrate is primarily used as a colour fixer by meat companies to make the packaged meats look bright red and fresh.
    • Sodium Nitrate has been strongly linked to the formation of cancer-causing nitrasamines in the human body, leading to a sharp increase in the risk of cancer for those consuming them. A 2005 Hawaii University study found that eating processed meats increased the risk of pancreatic cancer by 67%, whilst another study found that it increased the risk of colorectal cancer by 50%. These are scary numbers for those consuming processed meats on a regular basis.
    • Most varieties of sausages
    • bacon
    • highly processed luncheon meats that contain __________________nitrites
    • 2) Toxins: a) Triclosan: an antibacterial & antifungal agent: found in Liquid soap
    • toothpaste
    • deodorants
    • cosmetics
    • toys
    • 1) Affect the endocrine glands
    • 2) The muscular system
    • And are carcinogenic
    • b) Phthalates found in plastics
    • Plastic containers and toys
    • detergents
    • Nail polish
    • Hair spray
    • * Affect the endocrine system; causes liver and testes damage,
    • Breast cancer and obesity
    • c) Bisphenol A: found in food ________________,
    • Metal food can containers
    • d) Carbon monoxide
    • e) VOC „s (volatile organic compunds): paints,
    • Air fresheners
    • Air SPRAYS
    • f) lead
    • Pesticides
    • S Genetically Modified Organisms(GMO) • A genetically modified organism (GMO) is an organism whose genetic material has been altered using genetic engineering techniques
    • Deprivation a) Proper _____________________________Nutrition
    • b) Clean ____________Water
    • c) Clean ________________
    • d) Rest
    • Spiritual Wellness Have a set of beliefs, principles, or values that guide your ______________.life
    • Increase your spiritual well-being by: Exploring your spiritual core through reflection and meditation
    • Believing in a _____________ BeingHigher
    • Believing that there is a purpose for every person, every living thing and every situation
    • Spiritual Deterioration Effects 1) _______________ diseaseMental
    • 2) immorality: behavior not according to standards
    • 3) promiscuity: “sleeping around”
    • 3) corruption: lack of integrity or ____________honesty
    • 4) crime: Murder,homicide,
    • suicide
    • genocide
    • theft
    • lying
    • forgery
    • shoplifting
    • cheating
    • rape
    • Social Wellness Receiving and giving support to family and ___________;
    • Ability to make and keep friends
    • interacting with people of other cultures, backgrounds & beliefs.
    • Building healthy relationships
    • Avoid homosexuality
    • Lesbianism
    • sharing your talents and skills
    • contributing to your community
    • Comunicating your thoughts and feelings
    • Self -Centeredness
    • Selfishness
    • 2) Arrogance
    • 3) Indifference
    • 4) Discrimination
    • 4) Discrimination
    • / 5)Prejudice