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HHP 2603 Exam 2

by: Ashlee Creech

HHP 2603 Exam 2 HHP 2603

Ashlee Creech
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Exam 2 review over chapters 5,6,10 and 13 Sexuality, Pregnancy, Childbirth, Contraception, Abortion, Exercise for health, Fitness, Immunity and Infection
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Date Created: 03/02/16
Exam 2 over Ch. 5,6,10,13 1) Female reproductive anatomy: External female genitals; Mons pubis; Labia majora; Labia minora; Clitoris; Vagina; Internal Uretha; Endometrium; Cervix; Ovaries; Fallopian tubes. Male reproductive anatomy: Male sex organs; penis; scrotum; testes; seminiferous tubules; epididymis; vas deferens; seminal vesicle; prostate; cowper’s glands 2) Primary sex hormones and where they are produced 3) Phases of the menstrual cycle- 1) Day 1-5 Mensus 2) Day 6-13 Estrogenic phase 3)Day 14 Ovulation phase 4)Day 15-27 Progestational phase 4) Dysmenorrhea- cramps in the abdomen, backache, vomiting, nausea, bloating, diarrhea, loss of appetite. Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) - a severe form of premenstrual syndrome 5) Psychosocial causes of sexual health problems: Troubled relationship, lack of sexual skills, irrational attitudes and beliefs, and anxiety 6) Sexual response cycle phases: Vaso congestion – The accumulation of blood in tissues and organs; Myotonia- increased muscular tension. 7) Contraceptive Methods: Hormonal methods (Birth Control); Non-hormonal methods (Barrier; Condom); Natural family planning (Pulling out method); Permanent methods (Surgical; sterilization). 8) Fertility Awareness Methods: Calendar method; Temperature method; Mucus method; Withdrawal (Contraindicated) 9) Types of spermicide: Vaginal spermicide- foams, creams, jellies; recommended in combination w/ other barrier methods; suppositories; vaginal contraceptive film 10) STDs: Gonorrhea- #1 in Oklahoma, Symptoms usually appear within 10 days ; Syphilis- 4 Stages: 1) Primary-Chancre 2) Secondary- Skin rash, hair loss 3) Latent- hidden, not as severe 4) Tertiary- Nervous and cardiovascular system ; HPV-; HSV-; Pediculosis; Pubis lice- Itching, blue or gray spots on the skin, insects or eggs in pubic hair, tiny blood spots on underwear. Cures by shaving hair and using special shampoo; Trichomoniasis- If left untreated in can increase the risk of getting infected with HIV and may cause low birth-weight babies or premature deliveries. Males have no symptoms, Females have discomfort during intercourse, painful urination, and vaginal odor, heavy, yellow-green or gray vaginal discharge. Most common, curable disease 11) Curable vs. Incurable STDs: Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Syphilis, Pubic lice, Scabies, Trichomoniasis. Viral STDs such as Genital herpes, Human Immunodeficiency virus, Hepatitis B 12) Pelvic Inflammatory Disease is a disease that females can get from a bacterial STI called Gonorrhea. Endometriosis- 13) Chancre- The primary or first stage of syphilis Exam 2 over Ch. 5,6,10,13 14) Physical fitness- The ability of the body to adapt to the demands of physical effort in relation to both general health and specific activities. 5 Components: 1) Cardiorespiratory Endurance 2) Muscular Strength 3) Muscular Endurance 4) Flexibility 5) Body Composition 15) Frequency- number of times an individual engages in an exercise session; Intensity- The magnitude of energy required for a particular activity; Time- length of time for a fitness workout. 16) Benefits of physical fitness: Improved cardiovascular functioning; Reduced risk of coronary heart disease; Prevention of hypertension; Improved blood lipid and lipoprotein profile; Decreased likelihood of smoking; Weight control/improved body composition; Increased metabolism; Boosts the immune system; Increased energy levels; Prevention of diabetes; Prevention of osteoporosis; Reduction of certain cancers; Improved psychological and emotional wellness. 17) Warm-up: Increases metabolism rate from rest, blood flow to working muscles, Muscle temperature, Elasticity of connect tissue and other muscle components. Cooling-down: Returns your body to its resting state gradually, allows metabolism to return to normal state, washout by products of exercise, circulatory system returns to normal and prevents the pooling of blood. 18) MHR- 220 minus your age; Target heart rate- MHR times 60% and MHR times 90%6 19) Muscle strength: maximum force that can be exerted by a muscle; Muscle endurance: ability of a muscle to execute repeated contractions over a period of time 20) Frequency of cardiorespiratory endurance: The body’s ability to move large muscle groups for extended periods of time. Frequency: 3-5 days per week; Utilizing large muscle groups over long periods of time


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