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Personal Wellness

by: Shayla Lyons

Personal Wellness DPH 101

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Personal Wellness
Rebekah Young
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Shayla Lyons on Tuesday August 30, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to DPH 101 at University of Southern Mississippi taught by Rebekah Young in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 26 views.

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Date Created: 08/30/16
Personal Wellness Chapter 1 & 2: Accessing, Promoting, and Preserving  Health Notes Section 1: Vocabulary  Physical Health: body size & functioning  Social Health: Having a broad social network and successful interaction  with others.  Intellectual Health: ability to think clearly and make responsible decisions  Emotional Health: ability to express emotions and maintain a level of self­ confidence  Spiritual Health: having a sense of meaning and purpose in one’s life  Environmental Health: Appreciation of one’s external feelings. What influences your health?  Biology refers to an individual’s genetics ethnicity, age, and gender  Biological determinates cannot be changed; they are non­modifiable  determinants  Behaviors are an individual’s responses to internal and external conditions  Behaviors can be changed; they are modifiable determinants Four leading causes of chronic Disease in the U.S  Television  Fast Food  Alcohol  Smoking Section 2: Social Factors  Economic disadvantages affect all determinants of health  Lack of access to quality education  Living in poor housing  Having insecure employment  Having few assets to fall back on     Policymaking  Policies and interventions can have powerful and positive effects on the  health by individuals and communities Examples: Campaigns to prevent smokers Section 3: Improving health modes     Health Belief Model (HBM)  A belief is an appraisal of your relationship to some object, action, or  idea    Social Cognitive Model  Behavior  Inner thoughts & feelings (cognition)  Social Environment    Trans theoretical Model (TTM)­ Stages of change model   Precontemplation Stage  Contemplation Stage  Preparation Stage  Action Stage  Maintence Stage  Termation  How can you improve your health behaviors?   Increase your awareness  Contemplate Change  Prepare for change  Take action to change… etc Section 4: Using the SMART system S: Specific M: Measurable A: Action­ oriented R: Realistic T: Time­ Oriented 


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