HLTH 4100

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  1. State what health education
    standard 1
    students will demonstrate the ability to use knowledge, skills, and strategies related to mental and emotional health to enhance self-concept and relationships with others
  2. State what health education
    standard 2
    students will use nutrition and fitness information skills and strategies to enhance health
  3. give 2 objectives of standard 1 and examples of each
    • 1) develop strategies for a healthy self-concept
    • ex- self esteem
    • 2) identify strategies that enhance mental and emotional health
  4. give 2 objectives of standard 2 and examples of each
    • 1) describe the components and benefits of proper nutrition 
    • ex- my plate 
    • 2) analyze how physical activity benefits overall health 
    • ex- elements of physical fitness
  5. List 5 of the general topics covered in standard 1
    • self-esteem
    • goal setting 
    • decision making 
    • stress management
    • healthy expression of emotions
  6. List 5 of the general
    topics covered in standard 2
    • primary nutrients
    • food pyramid
    • food labels/caloric intake
    • 4 elements of fitness
    • developing fitness program
  7. List 4 leading causes of death
    • heart disease 
    • cancer 
    • stroke 
    • obesity
  8. What is Hypokenetic Disease
    disease caused by lack of activity and sedentary lifestyle
  9. List 4 characteristics of Effective Health education curriculum
    • focuses on specific behavioral outcomes 
    • is research-based and theory-driven 
    • addresses social pressures 
    • emphasizes adequate time for instruction
  10. Define “self-esteem”
    a feeling of pride in yourself
  11. List 5 ways low self esteem is programmed into kids
    • constant belittling 
    • no appreciation expressed 
    • parents compare siblings 
    • parents are overly demanding 
    • never accepting challenges
  12. List 4 types of stress and give examples for
    • acute= death of a loved one
    • sequential= series of events 
    • intermittent= bills 
    • chronic= traffic
  13. List 3 basic communication skills
    • speaking skills 
    • listening skills
    • body language
  14. Symptoms of stress
    • irritable
    • emotional tension
    • indigestion
    • diarrhea
  15. Symptoms of stress and relationship of stress to disease
    • cardiovascular disease
    • immune system fails 
    • insomnia, fatigue, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, headaches, diarrhea, constipation, ulcers, reproductive issues
  16. Types of people at higher risk for suicide
    • recent death in family
    • males 
    • struggling with gender Identity
    • family with history of mental illness
    • substance abuse
  17. Warning signs of suicide
    • trouble coping with loss 
    • experience with a traumatic event 
    • a recent suicide by a family member or friend 
    • making final arrangement's
    • giving away prized possessions
  18. Know “Suicide Myths”
  19. Know “Barriers to good communication”
    • unclear explanation 
    • conflicting messages 
    • not listening 
    • personal biases 
    • interrupting
  20. Know “Levels of Communication” and examples
    • cliche conversation= how are you?
    • giving information and reporting facts= BYU is playing against Boise state this month 
    • expressing ideas= I am LDS 
    • sharing feelings= I love you 
    • self-disclosure= lets make a baby
  21. Know good dating standards
    • give parents background info on the person you are going out with
    • tell them your exact plans 
    • arrange for safe transportation
    • establish/agree on a reasonable curfew
    • establish a personal code of conduct
  22. Be able to list the 6 nutrients, give a fact about them and a source.
    • proteins=made of amino acids=meat
    • carbs=provide energy=bread
    • fats=source of energy= ice cream
    • vitamins= facilitate chemical reactions=carrots
    • minerals=assist in regulation of chemical reactions= milk
    • water=makes up blood= drinking water
  23. Population on a diet at any time
    1/2
  24. How much is spent on weight loss products?
    over 40 billion
  25. Obesity leading cause of preventable death? T or F
    true
  26. Essential fat
    fat in nerves and organs for chemical processing
  27. non-essential fat
    storage fat. fat found within the cells and called adipose tissue. usually found just below the skin and around major organs.
  28. obese
    30-40 pounds over weight
  29. severely obese
    60 pounds overweight
  30. anorexia
    self-starvation and intense weight loss
  31. bulimia
    binge eating followed by self-induced vomiting other purging excessive fasting or obsessive exercise
  32. binge eating
    binge eating involves uncontrolled eating on a regular basis. eating massive amounts of extra calories and fat can cause many dangerous health problems
  33. KNOW the“What you need to know” handout.
    • resting HR= 60-80 
    • % body fat= men-12-18% women 18-35%
    • healthy cholesterol= less than 200
    • healthy triglyceride level= less than 250
    • HDL=more than 40 
    • LDL= less than 130 

    • protein=330 cal/83 g
    • carbs=1210 cal/303g
    • fat= 660 cal/73g 
    • saturated fat= 24g 
    • fiber=20-35g
    • water= 6-8 glasses 
    • salt= less than 2400 mg day 
    • sugar= less than 48 g/12 teaspoons

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