DIsOneNotes - Chapter One Discussion Notes Wellness is the...

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Chapter One Discussion Notes Wellness is the absence of disease This is false, although at one time, this was a definition of health. We'll look at the six interrelated dimensions of health and how they interact. I would like for you to think about something for a moment: Is it possible to be physically healthy and unwell? How about living with a disability but at the height of wellness? Health- Overall conditions of body/mind- absence of illness or injury Influenced by factors beyond your control Social determinants of health - societal conditions that affect health of individuals and communities--- physical, economic, social, cultural housing, working conditions, transportation, water and air quality and climate, income, socioeconomic status, literacy, employment status Ecological view of health and wellness - addresses all determinants of health and focuses on interactions among individual behaviors: environment, genetics, hereditary factors, and other behavioral factors (exercise, diet, sleep, smoking) Wellness- The ability to live life to the fullest Determined by decisions you make and how you life--- lifestyle
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2011 for the course HLTH 1113 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at University of Central Oklahoma.

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