Health Chapter 1

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Health Chapter 1
2014-11-03 02:00:55

Health Chapter 1 for Midterm 1
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  1. Definition of Health
    absence of disease or illness
  2. Definition of Wellness
    the soundness of mind/body
  3. Definition of target behavior and an example
    • a well defined habit chosen as a primary focus
    • example (smoking is a habit , not smoking is the target behavior)
  4. Definition of Behavior Change
    a deliberate effort to alter or replace an existing habit
  5. Definition of Risk Factor
    any attribute that increases the likelihood of developing a disease or injury
  6. Definition of Self efficacy
    the belief in your ability to change
  7. Definition of Internal Locus of Control
    believing the power/ability to change is in you
  8. Definition of External Locus of Control
    believing the power/ ability to change is in someone else
  9. Definition of Self Talk
    the way you talk to yourself
  10. 6 Dimensions of Wellness
    Environmental, Spiritual, Intellectual, Social, Physical and Emotional
  11. Environmental Wellness
    understanding how your environment can + or - affect you
  12. Spiritual Wellness
    Feeling of unity with others/nature. You are apart of a greater spectrum.
  13. Intellectual Wellness
    The ability to use your brain to solve problems and think clearly
  14. Social Wellness
    The ability to have interpersonal relationships
  15. Physical Wellness
    All aspects of a sound body
  16. Emotional Wellness
    Ability to control your emotions and expressing them appropriately
  17. Additional Dimensions of Wellness
    Occupational and Financial
  18. Occupational Wellness
    level of happiness and fulfill,net you have at work. Jon satisfaction is not tied to high salary, its tied to your contact with co-workers and managers
  19. Financial Wellness
    Ability to balance your balance and manage your finances with your wants/needs
  20. Describe the behaviors that contribute to wellness
    Decreasing risk factors and not living a sedentary lifestyle will increase wellness and decrease risks of hypo kinetic diseases
  21. What are the 5 steps for creating a plan to increase wellness and health behaviors
    Understand the stages of behavior change, increase awareness, contemplate change, prepare for change and take action to change
  22. List each of the 7 stages of behavior change
    precontemplation, contemplation, preparation, action, maintenance, relapse and termination
  23. Explain Precontemplation
    no intent to change. could be denial of not even see a problem
  24. Explain Contemplation
    recognize there a problem and begin to think about the change within 6 months
  25. Explain Preparation
    within a month or so of taking action. focus on the how. small inconsistent changes
  26. Explain Action
    begin to execute the plan. If you skip right to this stage, you'll most likely fail
  27. Explain Maintenance
    after 6 months of success without a relapse from your action, you work to maintain it and prevent a relapse
  28. Explain Termination
    the new behavior to change is engrained. Temptation to relapse is low and the behavior is a part of you
  29. Explain Relapse
    not an original stage, but can often occur. Distractions, temptations, stress etc can lead to relapse
  30. When setting goals, what are the 5 things to consider
    Short term goals, Long term goals, realistic goals, observe role models and anticipate barriers
  31. What is a SMART goal and why is it important or goal setting?
    • S-Specific¬†
    • M-Measurable
    • A-Action Oriented
    • R-Realistic¬†
    • T-Time Oriented
  32. What are four areas of focus for the Healthy Campus Initiative
    Being Active, Eating Healthy, Smoke Free OSU, Stress Management
  33. 2 Resources for students for each part of the healthy initiative
    • Being active- PAC classes, Intramural leagues
    • Eating Healthy- USDS dietician, cooking classes
    • Smoke Free- Health coaching, student health services
    • Stress management- CAPS, Academic Success Center