WELLNESS
Mr. Fisher
What is Health?
 Health is . . . .
 Health really is
a total sense of Wellness, including Body, Mind, Heart,
and Soul.
B/M/H/S
 Body= anything that changes your appearance,
nutrition included
 Mind= anything to strengthen the mind
Body
Mind
Heart
Soul
 Heart= relationships with others
 Soul= values, morals, & beliefs
Body
Mind
Heart
Soul
Body
Mind
Heart
Soul
Body
Mind
Heart
Soul
Body- anything that changes
your appearance, nutrition
included
Ways to improve- hygiene, nutrition, working out, & rest/sleep.
Teeth
 The CROWN, NECK, & ROOT are all parts of the
tooth
32
_____________.
A healthy mouth contains ____
teeth.
Enamel
 ________________
is the hard material that covers the
crown of the tooth. Air, food, and bacteria in your
plaque
mouth form a sticky film called _____________
which,
tartar
if not removed becomes ____________.
Air, food,
& bacteria
plaque
tartar
Eyes
Pupil
Iris
Sclera
Nearsightedness
- can see up close, but not far away.
Farsightedness
- can see far away, but not up close.
Astigmatism
- where eyesight is very blurry, gets
worse with age.
Test your knowledge
 Is it better to brush your teeth hard or lightly?
Lightly
 The hair on your head and finger/toe nails that you see
dead
are made up of ____________
cells.
 Flossing should be done how often?
Every 24 hours
 Balance is actually controlled through the? (hint- you
have 2 of them)
Ears
 What comes first tartar or plaque?
Plaque
Test your knowledge
Dandruff
 __________________
is a common problem that
leaves flakes for all to see.
 Should you brush your tongue?
Yes
 Keratin is what makes your . . . . ?
 What is like the wax on a car?
Nails hard
Enamel
 What are ways to strengthen teeth or protect against
plaque when you’re here at school & can’t brush?
Mind- anything to strengthen the
mind
Ways to improve- puzzles, think, read, challenge yourself, &
completing homework.
.
7 Steps to building positive
self-esteem
1. Don’t expect yourself to be perfect
- a “perfectionist” will never be satisfied
2. Concentrate on your strengths
-EVERYONE is good at SOMETHING!
3. Stop negative mind feeding
-saying something enough= you’ll believe it
4. Set goals
-gives your life a purpose, keeps you from being stagnant
7 Steps to building positive
self-esteem
5. Do something for someone else
-a sure way to make you feel better
6. Live by your positive values system
-things you can’t see/touch/talk to
7. Have a support system
-people you can see/touch/talk to
-Bipolar Disorder
-Phobia
-Schizophrenia
-Panic Disorder
-Depression
-Anxiety
-Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
 A disorder that involves lots of disorganization (speech,
behavior, thoughts, dress) & hallucinations.
 Loss of interest in life.
 Constant worries about everything.
 The word itself means “fear of.”
 A disorder where two or more personalities are present.
 Tendency to panic often
 An obsession with a specific number, color, routine, etc.
Heart- relationships with others
Ways to improve- spend time with family/friends, practice
good communication, & listen.
Communication
Words= 7%
Tone of voice= 40%
Body language= 53%
Ways to Communicate
 Text
 Morse code
 Call
 Letter
 Email
 Person messenger
 Facebook
 Face to face
 Snapchat
 Sign language
 Instagram
5 poor listening styles
 Spacing Out
 Pretend Listening
 Selective Listening
 Word Listening
 Self-Centered Listening
To be EMPATHETIC is . . . .
 Empathetic, empathize, empathy-
Response Styles
Passive
Aggressive
Passive-Aggressive
Assertive
Passive
Passive-aggressive
Aggressive
Assertive
 Can you help me with my book report? I won’t get a
chance to read the whole book?
Why should I help you? You’re lazy! It’s not my problem!
 Can I borrow your new outfit? I won’t ruin it!
Well . . . . I didn’t get a chance to wear it yet, but . . . . well, okay!
 Let’s go to the mall and hang out tonight, there isn’t
anything better to do!
I think I would prefer to go to the movies. I just went to the mall
last night.
Passive
Passive-aggressive
Aggressive
Assertive
 A friend does not have lunch money repeatedly. They ask
you every day for more money and never pay you back.
Your response is you give them the money and then complain about
them to all your friends.
 Can I be on your team for basketball?
No, I’m sorry, our team is already full. Would you like to play in the
next game?
 Let’s have a few beers, no one is home and they will never
find out.
I’m not sure that is a good idea . . . . but, okay I guess it would be all
right.
Passive
Passive-aggressive
Aggressive
Assertive
 Can I stay at your house this weekend?
I already promised a friend that I would stay at their house,
but okay, I could probably tell them I can’t stay.
 Let’s skip school today and go to the beach.
I’m not taking a chance like that. I’m going to school.
 I was on the phone all night and didn’t have time to do
my homework. Can I copy yours?
(you’re tired of this so you give them your work with the wrong
answers on it).
Being Assertive . . . .
 Give me your Math homework to copy . . . . I didn’t
understand how to do it last night.
 Since you get to lunch early, can I cut in front of you?
 Can I borrow your new bike for the weekend, I won’t
ruin it?
 I hate school, let’s skip today and go to the movies.
 Can you dogsit for me this weekend?
 Can you help me with my book report? I won’t get a
chance to read the whole book.
 I need to borrow $90 to pay for a traffic ticket.
Soul- values, morals, & beliefs
Ways to improve- religion, practice good character, have good
values, morals, beliefs, & reduce stress.
Values, morals, & beliefs
 List your top 8 values, morals, & beliefs
1.
6.
2.
7.
3.
8.
4.
5.
Stress Management Skills
1. Discuss problems
2. Writing journals
3. Exercising
4. Healthful diet
5. Faith experiences/self-reflection
6. Relaxation exercises
7. Avoid overload
8. Be assertive
9. Make responsible choices
My 24 hour day
bedtime last night-bedtime tonight
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Factors that harm B/M/H/S
Factors that harm B/M/H/S
 Bullying=Fear Attention Things
 Cliques= using group for power
 Cutting= want to make their emotional pain, actual pain
 Suicide= a fleeting thought vs. a plan
ANOREXIA
 Anorexia Nervosa (Anorexia)=
Refusing to eat. Although,
involving nutrition, this is a mental
disorder and they either do this
because they think they’re fat or
it’s for power.
BULIMIA
 Bulimia= A mental disorder where they eat large
amounts of food and then rid themselves of it (binge &
purge), either by forcing to throw up or using laxatives.
This is either for power or they think they’re fat.
ANOREXIA
BULIMIA
-tired
-disappears after meals
-cold
-binge & purge
-sick a lot
-bruised hands/knuckles
-eats secretly
-sore throats often
-smells like vomit
-yellow teeth/nails
-pale, blotchy skin color
-hair falling out
-preoccupied with food
-doesn’t like to be
around others eating
THE MAIN REASON PEOPLE RESORT TO SELFDESTRUCTIVE BEHAVIORS IS . . . .
Harmful Behavior Cycle
NEGATIVE EVENT
DESTRUCTIVE SELF
TALK
NEGATIVE EMOTIONS
POSITIVE FEELINGS
(ARE THEY REALLY
POSITIVE?)
HARMFUL BEHAVIOR
Breaking the Cycle
NEGATIVE EVENT
DESTRUCTIVE SELF
TALK
POSITIVE FEELINGS
NEGATIVE EMOTIONS
POSITIVE ACTIONS TO
BREAK THE CYCLE
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