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1

what is health affected by

-genentics
-access
-environement
-lifestyle

2

what are the theories in health promotion

educational
socio-economic
psycholigical

3

what is the educational theory

provides knowledge and necessary skills

4

what is the socio-economic theory

making the health choice easier

5

what is the psychological theory

changing individual attitude

6

what is empowerment

generation of power in those individuals and groups which previously considered themselves to be unable to control situations nor act on the basis of their choice

7

what are examples of health promotion in primary care

-planned
-opportunisitic

8

what are examples of goverminelt health promotion

-legalisation
-economic
-education

9

what is primary prevention

measures taken to prevent onset of illness or injury, screening

10

what is secondary prevention

detection of disease at an early stage

11

what is tertiary prevention

measures taken to limit the distress or disability caused by a disease

12

what is the establishment of a healthy lifestyle early

-growth and development fuelled by food

13

what is the role of parents

-habits and lifestyles established in adolescences

14

how long do teens need to sleep

8-10 hours each night

15

how much exercise do teens need

at least 60 mins of moderate to vigorous exercise daily

16

what can excess screen time lead to

detrimental effect on sleep quality
physical and cognitive ability
poorer mental health

17

what is health promotion

an overarching principle that enhances health and includes disease prevention, health education and health protection

18

what is health education

an activity involving communication with individuals, changing knowledge, beliefs and attitudes and improving health

19

what is health protection

collective activities directed at factors that are beyond the individuals control
-regulation, policies or voluntary codes of practice

20

what is health promotion

an overarching principle that enhances health and includes disease prevention, health education and health protection

21

what is health education

an activity involving communication with individuals, changing knowledge, beliefs and attitudes and improving health

22

what is health protection

collective activities directed at factors that are beyond the individuals control

23

what are the parts of the cycle of chaneg

-precontemplation
-contemplation
-action
-maintenance/regression