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Intro to Wellness: Lesson 2, Health is

Level 1
Definition of Health (From World Health Organization) WHO

My Level: ABSENT?

(For Full Credit Turned in Late):

Absent Date=
Level 3 Level 4
Themes/Patterns in the Definitions (How are they different or similar): - both deal with mental/ physical aspects - one is being free from illness and the other is not just the absence of disease or infirmity -one has social and one doesnt

Level 2
What does infirmity mean? Whats another term for it? Physical or mental weakness; illness

Heath is a complete state of physical, mental and social well-being and So what does this definition from the WHO mean? not merely the absence of disease or Just because you are not sick does not mean you infirmity. are healthy. Just because you are sick does not mean you are unhealthy.

Find at least one other definition of health and put it here: the state of being free from illness or injury. A persons mental or physical condition.

Concepts of Health: Health is. Concept Definition of Concept Having many different dimensions Question/Answer Q: What are several different areas, facets or types of health discussed (in notes). A: social A:physical A: occupational A: intellectual A: spiritual A: emotional Q: Give at least one example of how your mental health affects your physical health. A: If you believe that you need to be perfect then you could resort to anorexia Q: Which of these dimensions can you control? A: social, physical, intellectual, occupational Q: What does Not Mutually Exclusive mean? A: something that can happen at the same time Put a picture of someone who has lopsided dimensions of health below.. (small is ok)



The dimensions of health are related

(Amanda bynes now because of her bad choices)


Scale with ranging answers

Always changing


Q: What is at least one way we can measure health on a continuum? A: having a scale with healthy things and unhealthy things Q: What 3 different reasons why health changes from day to day, month to month and year to year. A: seasons A: stressful times A: age

Not a simple explanation


Define Knowledge: Info and skills acquired through experience or education; the theoretical or practical understanding of a subject Define Behavior: The way in which one acts or conducts oneself

Q:What is at least one thing people do that they know they shouldnt? A: drink because of peer pressure

Q: What does the phrase Health Knowledge Does Not Equal Health Behavior Mean? A: just because we know something doesnt mean we do it

Extra Credit/Going Beyond/Level 5: Regarding the different dimensions of healthwhat is the most stressful job in relationship to occupational health? Provide a research based answer (According to ________ (link, website, or study)) Fit to one Page and Snip/Enter Into Lesson 2 as Evidence of Completion