Personal Wellness Chapter 2 Notes
Personal Wellness Chapter 2 Notes DPH 101
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Personal Wellness Notes Chapter 2: Accessing, Promoting, and Preserving Health Section 1: Psychological Health Psychological Healthstems from a complex interaction among the mental, emotional, social, and spiritual dimensions of one’s life. Strength and resilience in these dimensions will support your overall well being and help you weather the storms of life. What is psychological health? Feeling good about yourself Feeling comfortable with others; they express their respect & feel compassion for them Control their own tension & anxiety Meets the demands of life Section 2: Mental Health The term Mental Health is used to describe the “thinking” or “Rational” dimension of our health. Emotional Health’ Refers to the feeling, or subjective side of psychological health Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs SelfActualization Creativity, Spirituality fulfillment of Potential Esteem NeedsSelf, Respect for others, accomplish Social Needsbelonging, affection, acceptance Security Needs Shelter, Safety, Protection Survival Needs Food, water, sleep, exercise, sexual expression Social Health Includes your interactions with others on an individual and group basis Individual enjoy a wide range of interactions with family, friends, and other associates and are able to have healthy interactions with intimate partner Socially acceptable and responsible ways Spiritual Health Refers to the sense of belonging to something greater than the purely physical or personal dimensions of existence. Section 3: Factors that influence psychological health The family Social Supports Community Selfefficacy & selfesteem Personality Life Span and Maturity Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) is the study of brain and behavior and how they affect the body’s immune system Strategies to Enhance Psychological Health Develop a Support group Complete required tasks Form realistic expectations Make time for you Maintain physical health Examine problems and seek needed help Get adequate sleep Section 4: Mood Disorders A chronic mood disorder such a persistent sadness or feelings of euphora affects how you feel Example: Major Depression, dysthymic disorder, bipolar disorder, and seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Major Depression Symptoms include Sadness and despair Loss of motivation and interest Withdrawal from friends and family Fatigue and loss of energy… etc Causes of Mood Disorders Include biological differences, hormones, inherited traits, life events…etc Anxiety Disorders Are characterized by persistent feelings of threat and worry. Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) Sever enough to interfere significantly with daily life Panic Disorders: Characterized by panic attacks Phobic Disorders: Involved a persistent irrational fear of a specific object, activity, or situation Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) Compelled to perform rituals over and over again PostTraumatic Stress Disorder (PSTD) Affects those who have experienced or witnessed a natural disaster, serious accident etc… Section 5: Personality Disorders Paranoid Personality Disorder: Involves pervasive, and mistrust of other people Narcissistic Personality Disorder: an exaggerated sense of selfimportance Borderline Personality Disorder: Risky Behaviors.. example gambling sprees or unsafe sex. Schizophrenia Characterized by irrational behavior, sever alterations of senses
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