Lecture 9. Health-promoting behaviors PDF.pdf

Education and training in self monitoring cognitive

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\ Education and training in self-monitoring Cognitive Behavioral Interventions Ex: Phsycians have a nonjudgmental method of motivating patient PSC 126 2 Page 14
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Increased BMI Hypertension Weaker immune response Those who don’t sleep . . . You cant catch up on sleep- the wear and tear on the body cannot be reversed Where you provide yourself ques to help with healthy behavior PSC 126 2 Page 15
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a To clear up the adenosine in our brain --biochemical process Maintain homeostasis-- maintain hormone level Due to memory and learning As a way to deal with daylight cycle We sleep for 1/3 of our life. SO why do we sleep so much? . . . . . . . . .. . Theories (3) - - next slides A way to save energy to allow us to be more alert when we are awake PSC 126 2 Page 16
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HENCE we need time to grow and develop -We sleep to repair and restore our body at night. If we kept going (think about it) we wouldn’t be able to repair our tissue or organs A way for the body to rebuild as much as possible Way of consolidating our memory-- We are exposed to so much info that when we sleep, it allows us to filter what to forget and not forget PSC 126 2 Page 17
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This prevents you from going to sleep PSC 126 2 Page 18
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Exercise at least 3 times a week Keep bedroom cool at night Create sleep ritual PSC 126 2 Page 20
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