How well your body is on a normal day.
The relationship between the brain and the body.
The state of well-being that is free of disease.
Not being sick and being able to do normal activities.
Wellness is what you have; health is the best you can get.
Health is only your physical health. Wellness is your physical, mental, and spiritual health.
Health is something you always have (in different levels). Wellness is the best your health can be.
Wellness only effects your mind and spirit. Health only effect your body.
Something that increases your chance of injury, illness, or possible death.
Something that happens when you do stupid and idioticly dangerous stuff.
Something that only others can control on your health.
Something that only positively effects your health.
Biological, Behavioral, and Environmental
Biological, Behavioral, and Emotional
Behavioral, Formative, and Emotional
Environmental, Biological, and Interpersonal
You exercise three times a week for 60 minutes.
You notice that many of your relatives and family members have the same disease.
You play video games more than you go outside.
The friends you hang out with like to go to parties where there is alcohol and drugs being used.
The process of preventing an illness or injury from happening.
The effort to keep violence and bad things from happening.
Taking precautionary measures when doing or behaving in activities.
Taking measures to help something succeed.
Not eating certain foods or drinking certain things to prevent disease.
Avoiding or not participating in things that could cause you illness or injury.
Using objects or other methods to protect oneself from illness or injury.
Going to the doctor to get checked up for certain illnesses.
Define the problem/issue
Evaluate your issues
Identify your options/choices
Evaluate your decision
Being able to do things and alter your health in a way you ever had before.
Being able to read, understand, and use health information in order to make informed decisions about one's health.
Being able to read medical reports and prescription labels in order to give yourself the correct dosage.
Being able to use medical technology and health supplements.
Having a very low self-esteem.
An imbalance in the chemicals in the brain.
Substance or alcohol use or abuse.
Listening to heavy metal or punk music.
The wanting and attempting to destroy oneself.
The unintentional injury of oneself.
The unintentional killing of oneself.
The intentional killing of oneself.
Asking if the person is serious about their jokes and comments about suicide and killing themselves.
Have the person talk to a trusted adult, particularly a parent, teacher, or a counselor.
Try to have them share their feelings and their plans with you so you can gauge how serious the issue is.
Tell the person to get over their issues and that their problems are not that serious.
A physical reaction to something that is threatening you.
The reaction of the body and mind to threatening or challenging events or things in life.
A mental and physical reaction to things that cause you panic or unease.
A psychological reaction to threatening or challenging issues in life.
Eustress and distress
Unstress and distress
Youstress and destress
Instress and unstress
The body's total reaction to stress that occurs in three stages.
The mind's total reaction to stress that occurs in stages.
The physical and mental effects to stress over a long period of time.
A person's battle to overcome the issues that occur with stress.
Self-injury is a negative coping mechanism for stress.
People who self-injure themselves usually do not know how to positively cope with stress.
People who self-injure may also suffer from depression or anxiety issues.
Self-injury is a sign that a person wants to commit suicide.
Eating disorders, especially anorexia nervosa, are the most deadly mental illnesses in the United States.
Symptoms of eating disorders are starving oneself, bingeing and purging, using laxatives or other medications, compulsive overeating, and having a distorted body image of oneself.
Though they are more common in women, men also are subject to eating disorders and body image issues, especially muscle dysmorphia.
People who have eating disorders are in complete control of their eating habits and don't eat simply because they want to lose more weight.