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    Project in MAPEH (I-Venus) Project in MAPEH (I-Venus) Presentation Transcript

    • Aspects of H E A L T H (Project in MAPEH-2 nd Qtr.) Submitted by : Submitted to: Danica Reymano Vanzuela Ivy Florencio Dela Cruz ☻ Beverly Rivera Tate Yumang Charmaine Rosario Michael Abaño Sambua Karla Dan Querubin Tesnado Darren Eugene Tupa
    • What is HEALTH?
      • • Health is the general condition of a person in all aspects. It is also a level of functional and/or metabolic efficiency of an organism, often implicitly human .
      • • At the time of the creation of the World Health Organization (WHO), in 1948, health was defined as "a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity".
      • • Overall health is achieved through a combination of physical , mental , and social well-being, which, together is commonly referred to as the Health Triangle.
    • 6 Aspects of HEALTH:
      • Mental Health
      • Physical Health
      • Emotional Health
      • Social Health
      • Spiritual Health
      • Environmental Health
      • a. Mental
      • Health
    • Mental means your capacity to understand things, solve problems, do decision-making, your I.Q.
      • • Mental health  is a term used to describe either a level of  cognitive  or  emotional   well-being  or an absence of a  mental disorder .
      •   • From perspectives of the discipline of  positive psychology
      •   or  holism  mental health may include an individual's ability to enjoy life and procure a balance between life activities and efforts to achieve  psychological resilience .
      • • Mental health is an expression of our emotions and signifies a successful adaptation to a range of demands.
      • b. Physical
      • Health
    • • Physical means your appearance.
      • • Physical health can be defined as an essential part of overall health of an individual, which include everything from physical fitness to overall wellness.
      • • Physical health is a way to maintain our health and fitness with our activities or life-style like walking daily, jogging, running, bicycling, exercising, doing Yoga and feeding our body with right type of food and drinks. 
      • • There are so many  ways to maintain and retain physical health  which also improve our overall health and thus improving our immunity system and reducing chances of illness, disease and injury. It also helps in faster and better recovery for a person under medication.
      • c. Emotional
      • Health
    • • Emotional Health means the stability of your emotions, and maturity of your feelings at your age.
      • • Emotional Health –  the absence of a mental illness.
      • • Some mental illnesses are serious enough to require pharmaceutical drug intervention. However, if you are just experiencing normal feelings of sadness , disappointment , anger , etc… All of these feelings are normal and experienced by everyone from time to time.
      • d. Social
      • Health
    • • Social means your interpersonal relationship with others and with the opposite sex.
      • • Social health can be applied to both societies in general and to the individual.  Social health of a society is defined as how well the society does at offering every citizen the equal opportunity to obtain access to the goods and services critical to being able to function as a contributing member of society . 
      • e. Spiritual
      • Health
    • • Spiritual means your faith and your respect for other’s faiths regardless of what denomination they belong to.
      • • Spiritual Health –(s pirituality) is having meaning & direction in life. It involves development of positive morals, ethics & values. Being healthy spiritually helps us to demonstrate love, hope & a sense of caring for yourself and others.
      • Spiritual Health :
      • Characteristics:
      • Sharing and caring Spirit of praise Forgiveness Faith  Hope  Integrity  Honesty  Citizenship  Respect & appreciation of nature  Value life  Demonstrate kindness  Recognize individuality/self worth  Having Purpose
      • f. Environmental
      • Health
      • • Environment is everything that surrounds you-your family, friends, community folks, the air you breathe and water you bathe in and drink, and other living or non-living things that exist in this world.
      • • Environmental health  is the branch of  public health  that is concerned with all aspects of the  natural  and  built environment  that may affect human  health . Other terms that concern or refer to the discipline of environmental health include  environmental public health  and  environmental health and protection .
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