He120 Personal Health Promotion
He120 Personal Health Promotion He 120
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This 6 page Study Guide was uploaded by Mackenzie Ricco on Wednesday February 17, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to He 120 at Western Illinois University taught by Dr. Divin in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 22 views. For similar materials see Personal Health promotion in Nursing and Health Sciences at Western Illinois University.
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Mackenzie Ricco Dr. Divin February 2016 Test 1 Review 1. List characteristics of Manic Disorders: Restlessness, excess energy, need small amounts of sleep, and talk nonstop (page 56) 2. Define Homeostasis: The tendency toward a relatively stable equilibrium between interdependent elements, especially as maintained by physiological processes 3. List Components of emotional wellness trust, self-confidence, optimism, satisfying relationships, and self-esteem (page 2) 4. Define Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) a diagnosis given to people whose worries have taken on a life of their own, pushing out other thoughts and refusing banishment by any effort of will (page 54) 5. Internal vs. external locus of control Internal is when you have the control of something and external is when someone or something else has control 6. Nervous and endocrine systems control what to regulate hormones 7. Function of the placenta to provide nutrients and oxygen for the fetus while in the womb 8. Personality types a. Type A: competitive, high achieving, great sense of time, communicate b. Type B: relaxed, delay work, easy going, not really get angry c. Type C: not assertive, become stressed, do not communicate emotions 9. ectopic pregnancy when the embryo implants some place other than the uterine wall that could cause harm to the mother 10. obsession when a topic is given too much attention 11. maturity of reproductive systems woman go through menopause and can no longer reproduce after a certain age, they become infertile; men can continue to be fertile until the day they die, but it will take longer for them to sexually respond the older they are 12. differences in sexual response cycle between men and women Females: desire, arousal, orgasm, refractory period Males: desire, arousal, orgasm men have a refractory period in which they have to wait to start the cycle over again. the waiting period varies from man to man because of age and health. 13. general exhaustion results when an individual has spent their energy 14. assertiveness the willingness to be forward about one’s wants, needs, or opinions 15. ways to avoid time sinks just don’t take a part of them 16. compulsion the impulse to do something without to much thought 17. menarche a woman’s first period 18. examples of counterproductive coping strategies ignoring the problem, denying the problem, gossiping about the problem 19. primary determinant of health consequences of stress nearly half of americans suffer from stress; it causes high blood pressure, heart problems, shortness of temper 20. endometriosis when tissue outside of the uterus causes pelvic pain 21. the six dimensions of wellness mental, emotional, physical, social, environmental, spiritual, and financial 22. menopause the stopping of a woman’s menstrual cycle, the ending of fertility and reproduction 23. characteristics of schizophrenia delusions, hallucinations, disorganized speech, disorganized behavior, “negative” symptoms -- vary dramatically 24. Define embryo an unborn or unhatched offspring in the process of development 25. Define fetus an unborn offspring of a mammal that is more than 8 weeks developed in the womb 26. simple phobia a characterized excessive fear of an object or situation which causes anxiety 27. Maslow’s hierarchy of needs 28. examples of stressors lack of financial stability, responsibility, family problems, lack of understanding, health issues 29. hardiness thick, built well, hardy 30. most important factor in determining level of wellness behavior 31. chromosomal configuration of boys and of girls Males: XY Females: XX 32. somatic nervous system controls what involuntary body movements 33. best treatment for chronic disease preventative care 34. men, women, & suicide 35. delusion an idiosyncratic belief or impression that is firmly maintained despite being contradicted by what is generally accepted as reality or rational argument, typically a symptom of mental disorder 36. ovulation occurs when 14 days after menstruation 37. stages of general adaptation syndrome Alarm stage, resistance stage, exhaustion stage 38. contributors to death among Americans obesity, heart disease, smoking 39. does identity change over time yes 40. how are psychological and physical health related Physical exercise can improve psychological health because of the hormones that are secreted
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