29. FC11.2.01.Health Literacy (1)

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 Physical
 Mental
Health
Health
 Emotional
Health
Is your own optimal fitness and well-being
 Toned muscles, a strong heart, and clear lungs
 It is the ability to meet the demands of day-today life
 Calories are burned efficiently
 Dietary Guidelines recommends 3 – 30 minute
aerobic activities weekly
 Healthy weight is maintained for your body type

 Impacted
by age, bone structure, and gender
 To maintain a healthy weight, exercise
regularly and eat reasonable portions of a
variety of nutritious foods
 Energy
to be more productive and do
things that are important to you.
 A positive outlook and the ability to deal
with stress which increases self esteem.
 Reduced risk for many health problems,
including heart disease, cancer and
diabetes.
 Basal
metabolism- refers to the amount
of energy required to maintain ones
automatic body functions such as hair
growth.
 Metabolism varies in individuals.
 Muscle mass increases metabolism.
 Teens have a higher metabolism than
adults because they are still growing.
Our metabolism changes and our eating
habits must adjust as a result.
 Uses
weight in relation to height and age to
help determine whether you are in an
appropriate weight range.
 Helps to determine if you are
underweight(-15%) or possibly
overweight(+15%).

In inches, the formula looks like this:

weight in pounds (height in inches) x (height
in inches) x 703

A person who weighs 180 pounds and is 5
feet 8 inches tall has a BMI of 27.4.
180 lbs
(68 inches) x (68 inches)

x 703 = 27.4
 Weighing
15% more than what
your physician recommends.
 Inactivity is a factor.
Heart disease, high blood
pressure, and certain cancers
are associated with being
overweight.
 Develop
healthful eating and exercise habits.
 Lose weight safely by eating larger portions
of healthy foods.
 Include foods from all food groups.
 Individuals
who weigh at least 15% less
than the healthy weight recommended by
their physician are considered
underweight.
 Lowered resistance to infections, reduced
muscle strength, and malnutrition are
related to being underweight.
 Weight
should be gained slowly and
steadily by choosing low-fat, nutrient and
calorie dense foods in larger portions.
 Always
start a plan by seeing your physician
yearly for a physical.
 Good nutrition and exercise.
 Appropriate dental care.
 Focus on changing eating habits for a
lifetime.
 Know your body - for example if you have a
larger bone structure, you will weigh more.
 Resiliency
– the capacity to withstand stress
and the ability to adapt and overcome risk
and adversity.
 Positive affirmation - or the way you talk to
yourself— should increase your selfconfidence, wellbeing, and satisfaction.
 Being
the best version of you that you can be
without focusing on perfection.
 People
who are emotionally fit can deal with
stresses of life in a positive way.
 Eustress
 Distress
Positive pressure that Negative pressure that
decreases
can increase your
performance. Usually performance. It can
cause emotional strain
connected with
and even lead to
feelings of success.
physical health
problems.
 Who
feels like they
have a good
control over the
stress in their
lives?
 Out
of those who
raised their hands
- Who has the best
hand-eye
coordination?
 Racing
heart
 Sweating hands
 Inability to focus
 Headaches
 Tightness of shoulders or neck
 Feeling overly tired
 Sleeping more
 Irritability
 Loss of appetite or overeating
 Death
 School
 Relationships
 Peers
 Marriage
 Divorce
 Losing
a job
 Drug abuse
 New baby
 Moving
 Sporting event
Positive
 Listening to music
 Playing with pet
 Laughing
 Crying
 Relaxing
 Writing
 Painting
 Religious connection
 Talking it out
 Exercising
Negative
 Negative self talk
 Body mutilation
 Violent outbursts
 Emotional eating
 Drinking
 Smoking/Drugs
 Avoiding social
contact
 Bottling your emotions
 Participate
in life-long learning - taking
advantage of opportunities throughout life
to foster continuous development and
improvement of the knowledge and skills
needed for employment and personal
fulfillment.
 Staying abreast of the news and events.
 Taking classes for career and personal
development.

Ex: computer classes offered at community
college or pottery classes at an arts center
 Try
something new – new experiences,
travels, and hobbies all expand the brain and
require us to adapt.
 Play
games – puzzle games, sudoku, and
crosswords test the brain and recall
previously learned material for a mental
workout!
 Read
– Relaxing activity. Can stimulate the
brain and challenge you to observe the world
through a new lens.
 Draw
an outline of a human who you consider
to have a healthy shape (use a regular sheet
of paper)
 On the arms and legs, write 3 different ways
to be physically healthy
 Around the head, write 3 ways to be mentally
healthy
 And in the chest/heart area, write 3
ways to be emotionally healthy
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