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TARGETS. 1. Health triangle. 2. F actors that affect health status. 3. Life skills. 4. Health-literate person. . Your Health. Health is a collective quality of life, that include physical, mental-emotional, and family-social health. Health Triangle.

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Targets

TARGETS

1.Health triangle.

2.Factors that affect health status.

3.Life skills.

4.Health-literate person.

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Your health

Your Health

  • Health is a collective quality of life, that include physical, mental-emotional, and family-social health.


Health triangle

Health Triangle

  • The Health Triangle shows relationships among:

  • Physical health is the condition of a person’s body.


What to know about the health triangle

What to Know About the Health Triangle

  • Mental-emotional health is the condition of a person’s mind and the ways that a person expresses feelings.


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What to Know About the Health Triangle

  • Family-social health is the condition of a person’s relationships with family members and with others.


Health status

Health Status

  • is the sum of positive and negative influences on a person’s health and well-being.


Health standards

Health Standards

1.Health knowledge

–is the information and understanding a person has.


Factors that affect health status

Factors That Affect Health Status

2.Accessing health information, products, and services

–When you access useful health information, you help yourself make decisions about products or services and choose behaviors that will keep you healthy.


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Factors That Affect Health Status

3.Behaviors

  • A person’s behavior is the way a person chooses to act or respond to a situation..


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Factors That Affect Health Status

Behavior Choices and Health Status

Healthful Behavior

•Promotes health

•Prevents injury, illness, and premature death

•Improves the quality of the environment

•Examples: wearing a safety belt, exercising regularly, and eating healthful foods

Risk Behavior

•Threatens health

•Can cause injury, illness, and premature death

•Damages or destroys the environment

•Examples: playing sports without safety equipment, smoking, and drinking alcohol


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Factors That Affect Health Status

4.Influences such as culture, media, and technology 

  • Many people and circumstances affect your health each day, including:

  • Culture: the arts, beliefs, and customs that make up a way of life for a group of people at a certain time

  • Media: various forms of mass communication

  • Technology: the practical application or use of knowledge


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Factors That Affect Health Status

5.Communication skills

  • Communication skills are the ways in which a person chooses to share feelings, thoughts, and information with others.

  • Resistance skillsare methods a person can use to say “no” to an action or situation that could damage health status.

  • Conflict-resolution skills are steps that you can take to settle a disagreement in a responsible way.


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Factors That Affect Health Status

6.Decisions involving choices

  • Many decisions you make have long-term consequences and might cause you to take actions that affect health status.


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Factors That Affect Health Status

Decisions and Health Status

Responsible DecisionsIrresponsible Decisions

•Promote health•Can harm health

•Keep safety in mind•Result in unsafe behaviors

•Follow laws•May be illegal

•Show respect for self •Show disrespect for self and othersand others

•Follow guidelines of parents •Show disregard for guidelinesand adultsof parents and others

•Demonstrate good character•Are part of normal characterdevelopment


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Factors That Affect Health Status

7.Health-advocacy skills

- are used to influence the health behavior and decisions of others and to advance health-related beliefs and concerns.

  • A health advocate is a person who influences the health behavior and decisions of others and advances certain health-related beliefs and concerns.


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Factors That Affect Health Status

8.Heredity

  • is the passing of characteristics or traits from biological parents to their children.

  • Inherited characteristics may be protective factors or risk factors.

  • A protective factor is something that increases the odds of a positive outcome, such as healthful traits.

  • A risk factor is something that increases the odds of a negative outcome, such as a risk factor for some diseases.


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Factors That Affect Health Status

  • is everything around you, including the air, the water, and the place in which you live.

  • An environment can be a protective factor or a risk factor depending on access to basic needs.

9.Your environment

10.Random event

  • is an incident over which a person has little or no control.


Risks and random events

Risks and Random Events

  • A risk is a chance that has an unknown outcome.

  • Risks and random events can have positive or negative effects on health status.


Risks vs random events

Risks vs. Random Events

  • Risks

  • A calculated risk is a chance that a person takes after carefully considering all possible outcomes.

  • An unnecessary risk is a chance that, after weighing all the possible outcomes, you decide is not worth it.

  • Random event

  • A random event is an incident over which a person has little or no control.


Responsibility for health

Responsibility for Health

  • Quality of life is the degree to which a person lives life to the fullest capacity.

  • Wellness is the quality of life that results from a person’s health status.

  • The Wellness Scale is a scale that shows the range in quality of life.


How to use the wellness scale

How to Use the Wellness Scale

  • Factors that have a positive effect promote optimal wellness.

  • Factors that have a negative effect increase your risk of illness, injury, and premature death.


Comprehending health concepts

Comprehending Health Concepts

  • A health concept is a general idea formed from an understanding of health knowledge.

  • Health concepts help you apply general ideas to real-life situations.


How to comprehend health concepts

How to Comprehend Health Concepts

  • There are skills that you can learn and practice that will help you become better at recognizing reliable health information.


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How to Comprehend Health Concepts

TABLE 1.2 Steps to Comprehend Health Concepts Related to Health Promotion and Disease Prevention


Health literacy

Health Literacy

  • A health-literate person is a person who demonstrates the skills of effective communication, self-directed learning, critical thinking (and problem solving), and responsible citizenship.


How to attain health literacy

How to Attain Health Literacy

A. Effective communication

  • is expressing your health knowledge, beliefs, and ideas.

B. Self-directed learning

  • is taking personal responsibility for gathering and using health-related information.


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How to Attain Health Literacy

C. Critical thinking

  • is evaluating the facts and examining possible outcomes before making decisions.

D. Responsible citizenship

  • is behaving in ways that improve your home, school, community, nation, and world.


End of the lesson

End of the Lesson


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