Water Aerobics Test 2
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Water Aerobics Test 2
What are typical behaviors of Type A personalities?
Anger and hostility
A nonspecific response of the human organism to any demand made upon it.
Three-stage stress response
: fight or flight physiological and psychological responses appear.
: body tries to cope iwth the fight of flight reaction through organ systems. If the resistance stage is maintained it can lead to stress-related disease.
: resistance eventually fails and signs o alarm reappear. Disease and disability can result.
When dealing with daily hassels, what do you need?
If you wanna manage stress, what is a successful way to do it?
Taking control of your life.
Define optimal stress
Enough to motivate, but not intense enough to cause body to overreact or sustain harmful effects.
Control, commitment, challenge, choices in lifestyle, connectedness
Psychosomatic disease can result in what?
Diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, cancer, and osteoporosis.
Between protein, carbs, and fats, which has the most calories?
Of all oils, which is the best for you?
Olive. If it sounds like a tropical food it's not good for you i.e. soy.
What kind of fats are bad for you?
Where can you get your protein if you aren't a vegetarian? Where if you are?
What is good about fish?
It contains protein and omega 3's.
What do you proteins do?
They build and repair.
Fast foods are high in what three categories?
Fats, calories, and sodium.
What should your daily cholestrol intake never go over?
What is the main focus of the 2005 dietary guidelines?
What is the difference between insoluble and soluble fiber?
Insoluble is not digested by the body and it absorbs water as it passes through the digestive tract. Soluble travels through difestive tract in gel-like form and can help control diabetes.
What should your daily sodium intake never exceed?
What do antioxidants do?
Help fight off cell damage
Three major components of lifetime weight management
Food, emotional, and exercise management.
Energy Balance Equation
Energy input must be equal to energy output for body weight to remain constant.
Waist to hip ratio
.8 and lower for women. .95 and lower for men.
Common signs of bulimia
abdominal pain and tooth enamel errosion
Anorexia more at risk for cardiac complications
Group of diseases characterized by abnormal cell growth or replication
Cancer is the 2nd leading cause of death
5 major controllable risk factors of cancer
tobacco, sun exposure, diet, inactivity, and obesity.
What are and is the purpose of cruciferous vergetables?
Dark green vegetables. They are good cancer fighting vegetables.
Who are most susptible to skin cancer?
Fair skin and red haired people. AKA gingers.
What is the ABCDE test?
: The shape of one half does not match the other.
: The edges are often ragged, notched, blurred, or irregular in outlinel the pigment may spread into the surrounding skin.
: The color is uneven. Shades of black, brown and tan may be presnet. Areas of white, gray, red, pink, or blue also may be seen.
: There is a change in size, usually an increase.
: Growing or changing in shape, size or color. Or
: raised or lumpy surface.
What's the compound in sunlight that gives you skin cancer?
Alcohol is a depressant. You lose reasoning and judgement. You also become more of a risk take.
What is the legal intoxication in Indiana?
How should you lie a friend that is drunk and passed out?
On their side
What is fetal alcohol syndrome?
A condition acquired by the unborn fetus and caused by the mother drinking alcohol during pregnancy.
What factors play a role in how alcohol is absorbed?
Body weight, gender, food intake, beverage imbibed, speed of consumption.
What is the cancer causing carcinagen in cigarettes?
What can you develop if you smoke?
2nd handsmoke cause what for non-smokers?
Heart disease and stroke.
What is considered binge drinking?
4 for women, 5 for men in two hours.
One of the 1st signs of STD
Burning in the urination
HIV incubation period
10-12 years it can hide in your body showing no signs of symptoms
What other diseases can you develop when you get AIDS?
tuberuclosis, PID, and pneumonia
What is the difference between noncurable and curable STDs?
Nocurable- genital herpes, genital warts, hepatitis b, and AIDS
Curable- chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis
How is HIV transmitted?
Through blood, semen, vaginal fluid, and breast milk.