Six Dimensions of Health Worksheet

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Six Dimensions of Health Worksheet SCI/162 Version 8 1 Associate Level Material Six Dimensions of Health Worksheet Part 1 For each of the following six dimensions of health, list at least one characteristic, activity, belief, or attitude that reflects that dimension in your life. Provide a brief explanation with each example. Refer to Ch. 1 in the text for explanations of these dimensions. Physical health: I exercise once a week & have recently cut down on how many cigarettes that I have a day hopefully to achieve a better physical physique, hopefully I will be able to reduce the risk of cancer by cutting down on smoking. Social health: I have worked towards being loyal & honest, Also have been working on being more patient with my friends, sometimes I feel people are not really concerned about other people’s feelings or social welfare I always try to check on my friends, see how they are doing and if there’s anything that the need at that time. Intellectual health: I try to play games & brain games, like jeopardy, monopoly, cranium & taboo, Also I read a different book every month not always something that I would normally pick I try to read different things & in many situations I try to think outside of the box or to look at something in a different way I think that this is good for my Intellectual health. Environmental health: I actually recently stopped just throwing down my cigarette butts down on the ground or outside the car window, I also collect cans to take to the scrap yard this is a great way to collect extra money here and there to, aluminum where I live at is 45 cents per pound right now, I not only save my own cans from my household but if I am outside taking a walk enjoying the day or trying to get some exercise in for that week I pick up any cans that I see on the side of the road.
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