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Wellness

The overall state of well being

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Components of Wellness

Physical, Social/Spiritual, Mental/Emotional

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The wellness triangle has to be _____ to be healthy

Balanced

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Longevity

The length of life

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Factors of Longevity

Values (Genetics, lifestyle choices, environment), Stress, Nutrition and fitness

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Damage Theory

External or environmental forces gradually damage cells and organs, leading to aging and death

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Program Theory

Aging is genetically programed to occur with time, and this process of deterioration eventually leads to death

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Chronological Aging

The age that your body is

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Physiological Aging

The age you mentally are

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Stages of Death/Grief

1. Denial
2. Anger
3. Bargaining
4. Sadness/Depression
5. Acceptance

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Will

Plan how possessions will be distributed

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Living Will

Organizes and plans the final wishes of a decades person

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Terminal Illness

Disease that cannot be cured or adequately treated; death is inevitable in a short time

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Hospice Care

Program that provides emotional and physical care for the dying and their families

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Stress

Reaction of your body and mind to threatening or challenging events

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Stressor

The cause of stress (Criminal Minds)

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Homeostasis

The state at which you have no stress. Smooth balanced body

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Eustress

Positive stress

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Distress

Negative stress

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Fight or Fight

How the body reacts to stress

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Stages of Stress

1. Alarm
2. Resistance
3. Exhaustion

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Which stage of stress are you the most susceptible to disease

Exhaustion

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Psychosomatic Illness

Illness all in you mind (Lower resistance immune system, Ulcers, asthma attack, high blood sugar and heart disease)

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Managing Stress

Restore balance and prevent stress from taking control

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Self ideal

The way we'd like to be

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Self concept

Our picture or perception of ourselves

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Self esteem

How you feel about yourself

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Personality

The behaviors you show to others

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Character

Evaluation of moral qualities and values

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Values

Set of rules or guidelines we establish for ourselves and live by

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Type A personality

More rushed, competitive, desire to succeed, high standards

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Type B Personality

Calm, less competitive, not concerned about accomplishment

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Ethics

Morals in action

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Morals

the difference between right and wrong

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Decide Model

Determine the problem
Explore your options
Consequences of the problem
Identify the best alternative
Develop a plan
Evaluate the plan

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You use the decide model to

eliminate or minimize risks