Lecture outline 1.1

Lecture outline 1.1 - 1 2 2010 objectives 1 Increase adults...

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HHS 231, Winter 2009 Outline for Week 1, Lecture 1 (Part 2) Introduction to Wellness, Fitness & Nutrition Wellness: The new health goal 1. Overall optimal well-being 2. Wellness is how we choose to live our lives with ____________________________ 3. Wellness is a ___________________________________ 4. ____________________________________ Interactive Dimensions of Wellness Don’t write this slide down! Interactive Dimensions of Wellness & Examples of Each – just write down your favorites! Physical : Emotional : Intellectual : Spiritual : Interpersonal & Social : Environmental or planetary : Contributing factors in wellness 1. 2. 3. 4. Leading Causes of Death: the 20 th century
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Leading Causes of Death: the 21 st century Major health threats in the 21 st century include: 13 out of the 15 top causes of death are known to be linked to: 1. 2. 3. 4. Healthy People 2010: Health for the Next Decade: Two Broad National Goals
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Unformatted text preview: 1. 2. 2010 objectives 1. Increase % adults who are _________________________ 2. Increase % of 2+ year olds who consume at least 3 servings/day of dark green and or orange vegetables 3. Increase % of healthy weight adults 4. Reduce cigarette use 5. Reduce collegiate binge drinking 5 of the Healthy people 2010 objectives are directly linked to most of the top 10 issues impacting college academic performance. Top 10 health issues effecting collegiate academic success 1. Stress 2. Colds 3. Infections 4. Sleep Problems 5. Family/Friend Concerns 6. Depression/anxiety 7. Relationship issues 8. Internet/computer game use 9. Death of family/friend 10. Alcohol Use What can you to today? Start your wellness journey off on the right foot!...
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