Flashcards in Semester 1 Study Guide Deck (89):
the practice of keeping clean
dealing with problems and struggles in an effective
Your support system might include...
family and friends who will stand by you and encourage you when times get hard
different ways of saying no to something you don't want to do
Maintain social health by...
- showing respect to others
- being dependable
- expressing your true feelings
- asking for help when you need it
What influences your food choices?
- personal taste
What causes Angela to eat a lot without exercising and gain weight, while Barbara eats less, exercises more but still gains weight?
metabolic rate (amount of energy used)
Nutrients that are building blocks for your body are...
What is an example of positive self-talk?
"I like how my body looks."
Ezra and Joel both eat the same food for each meal. Ezra is overweight, but Joel is not. What is a possible explanation for the difference in their weights?
- lifestyle (sedentary vs. active)
- hereditary factors/genetics
- mental stress levels
Nutrition Facts Label shows...
- ingredient information
What is an example of an "I" statement?
"I hate how my body looks."
"I am okay with my weight."
What involves an unhealthy concern with one's weight?
Examining your health routines is an example of which life skill?
assessing your health
A mentally healthy person is not...
overwhelmed by emotions such as:
Peers play an important part in your social health because they...
What media messages might convince a teen to buy the advertised product?
- make them feel dissatisfied
- show them how to feel more satisfied, popular, happy, attractive, fun, etc.
- fashion and trends are always changing
- stressing status and competition
What is an example of proactive healthcare?
wearing a helmet
Saying no to a peer who offers you a cigarette is an example of...
a refusal skill
To make good decisions you should...
- not fear consequences
- go with your gut
- consider your emotions
- keep your eye on your goal
- beware of social pressure
- limit your options
accepting that a decision you make will affect you and others
Deciding to drink a beer because your friend wants you to is an example of...
negative peer pressure
Your decisions are influenced by...
- conscience (self)
Magazines, Facebook, Instagram are examples of what type of influence?
Stephen went to a friend's party and drank some alcohol. Getting into trouble with his parents is an example of...
The first step in making an action plan is...
define the problem
A good way to cope with a setback is to...
- step back and reflect
- find a confidante
- stay positive
- focus on the future more than the past
- learn from experience
Good communication skills include...
- staying focused
- choosing your words carefully
- paying attention to your body language
Active listening is...
showing that you understand what the person is communicating
Refusal skills are...
a way to say no to something you don't want to do
How can distress hurt your relationships?
- take feelings out on others
- you become emotionally unavailable
Rest is important between workouts because...
gives your body time to recover
What is an example of a chronic injury?
Overload in exercise means...
exercising your body more than usual to improve fitness
Which of the following is most likely to affect your emotional health?
- changes during teen years
A coping strategy that can help you deal with life is...
taking a break to work on something else
You do not maintain emotional health by...
trying to be happy all the time
Wellness is achieved by balancing your...
- physical health
- mental health
- emotional health
- social health
What is an example of preventive healthcare?
- taking steps to prevent illness or an accident
- regular exercise
- regular check-ups with a doctor
Setting realistic goals and believing every problem has a solution is...
If you are irritable or unkind because of your stress you might be...
Stella keeps a journal of her guitar practice time. This is an example of...
When you restate what someone has said to you, you show...
Refusal skills include...
- saying no
- staying focused on the issue
- standing your ground
- walking away
Hannah is not making much progress learning her new trombone piece. She decides to have a snack and listen to her favorite music. This is a way of...
Javier wanted to pass his math test. He decided to study an extra hour three nights before the test. This is a way of...
Mistakes can help you...
Methods we sometimes use to quickly lower our stress without solving the problem are...
Finding something to laugh about daily, treating other people with respect, and exercising daily are ways to do what?
- cope with stress
- improve mental health
Besides improving fitness, sports can...
improve self-esteem and help you make friends
A pattern of eating is called a...
Frustration, depression, irritability, and poor concentration are...
signs of distress
Two healthy ways to prevent distress are...
- making a plan
- setting goals
The balance between the calories you eat and the calories you use is called...
Stacy eats only one meal a day. All she eats is salad. She may suffer from...
How much you value, respect, and feel confident about yourself is called...
Being responsible for your healthcare does not include...
social, cultural, economic, and environmental causes of health
Exercise improves body composition by...
making it more healthy and lowering unhealthy factors
Fruits and vegetables contain...
When you exercise too much, your body doesn't have time to...
A typical meal for Samuel includes: two hamburgers, three hot dogs, three pieces of pie, and a liter of Mountain Dew. What health issue could Samuel be suffering from?
binge eating disorder
Obesity may be the result of...
- poor mental health
The ability to guide people in an organized and responsible way is...
Substances in food that your body needs to function properly are called...
Components of Physical Fitness
- cardiorespiratory endurance
- muscular strength
- muscular endurance
- body composition
Pull-ups test which part of fitness?
FITT Principle (for exercise program)
What is an example of an acute injury?
- wrist fracture
- ankle sprain
- shoulder dislocation
Muscular strength can be measured as...
lifting something really heavy
Cardiorespiratory endurance can be tested by...
running or walking one mile
The number of times your heart beats per minute is called...
The key components of an exercise program is called the...
Active rest is a reduced level of exercise that...
lets the body repair itself while you maintain your fitness
Conditioning helps your body...
by improving your muscles and endurance
The slow increase of overload over time is called...
What are the 6 sports-related skills in physical fitness?
- reaction time
What is an example of cross-training?
- aqua jogging
- nordic skiing
Overcommitment to sports can lead to injuries because...
you can exercise too much and not give your body time to recover
The ability of your heart and lungs to work efficiently during physical activity is called...
Your maximum heart rate isn't affected by fitness but by...
Power is the combination of...
speed and strength
Agility is the ability to move your body...
quickly and accurately
Specificity is the idea that what you do affects...
how your fitness improves
What are 4 signs of overtraining?
- getting hurt more often
- being tired all the time
- being less interested in the activity
- increased resting heart rate
A calorie is...
a unit of energy
Sugar and honey are examples of
When you exercise for a long time, your brain releases a chemical called...
Good communication skills can help you reach your goals by..
learning how to speak and how to listen