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stress management

The term stress becomes colloquial whenever someone is in great distress, or is experiencing exhaustion, whether physical, emotional, or intellectual

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true

Long-term consequences of stress can lead to health problems and prevent you from experiencing a good quality of life.

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true

Stressors can be physical ( e.g., pain, hunger, thirst, illness ), emotional ( e.g., worry, fear, angry, love ), or social ( e.g., relationship, peer pressure)

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stress

a person’s physical and emotional response to change.

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General Stress

Everyone has this stress. It can be resolved in a day or two days. And no intervention is required

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Cumulative Stress

It builds up in your body. You can be more difficult to alleviate your symptoms. It has more serious psychological problems.

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Acute Traumatic Stress

It is a critical incident kind of stress produce by psychological distress that has abnormal reaction to normal situation.

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Post Stress Traumatic Stress

Severe stress produces severe psychological trauma and lasting change.

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Post traumatic stress Disorder

what does ptsd stand for?

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awareness, balance and control.

what does abc stand for?

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identify

first step in managing stress?

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cope.

2nd step in managing stress?

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think positive.

3rd step in managing stress?

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management.

4th step in managing stress?

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balance.

5th step in managing stress?

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communicate.

6th step in managing stress?

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break the cycle.

7th step in managing stress?

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sleep

____ plays a major role in ensuring the good health and well-being of an individual.

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sleep

____ recharges a person’s brain, helps repair cells, and helps the body release important hormones

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eating habits

are defined as “conscious, collective, and repetitive behaviors, which lead people to select, consume, and use certain foods or diets, in response to social and cultural influences”

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Healthy Eating Pyramid

is a simple visual guide to the types and proportion of foods that we should eat every day for good health

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Nutrition Facts Label


This label gives you information about the food’s serving size and content including nutrients.

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calories

The amount of energy in an item of food or drink is measured in _____

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body fat

When we eat and drink more calories than we use up, our bodies store excess as what?

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2000 kcal

women need how many kcal to maintain a healthy body weight?

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2500 kcal

men need how many kcal to maintain a healthy body weight?

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Fueling for Performance

is the act of eating specific foods or supplements during specific time windows to help maximize performance and support recovery in a certain activity.

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Fueling for Performance

This is usually associated with athletes, who do not only plan their training regimen but also their daily food intake so they can perform at optimum levels during competition.

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Emotional Eating

This is when people use food as a way to deal with feelings instead of satisfying their hunger.

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Social Eating

- is a type of eating that is associated and influenced by traditions. Which means people gathering together to accompanied each other while socially eating.

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Eating out of habit or Recreational Eating

is when people eat for reasons other than hunger. It may be due to boredom, anxiety, enjoyment of food, or for a host of other reasons.

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Eating out of habit or Recreational Eating

can lead to overweight and obesity.

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Eating disorders

are serious health conditions that affect both your physical and mental health. These conditions include problems in how you think about food, eating, weight and shape, and your eating behaviors.

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Anorexia Nervosa

is an eating disorder characterized by abnormally low body weight, an intense fear of gaining weight, and a distorted perception of weight.

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Anorexia Nervosa

People with this place a high value on controlling their weight and shape, using extreme efforts that tend to significantly interfere with their lives.

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Anorexia Nervosa

these are the symptoms for what disorder?

  • Dramatic weight loss

  • Refusal to eat certain foods or food categories.

  • Consistent excuses to avoid situations involving food

  • Excessive and rigid exercise routine

  • Withdrawal from usual friends/relatives

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Anorexia Nervosa

the health risks of this disorder are :

  • Heart failure

  • Kidney Failure

  • Low Protein stores

  • Digestives problems

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Bulimia Nervosa

a serious, potentially lifethreatening eating disorder. People with this may secretly binge eat large amounts of food with a loss of control over the eating and then purge, trying to get rid of the extra calories in an unhealthy way.

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Bulimia Nervosa

these are symptoms for what disorder?

  • Wrappers/containers indicating consumption of large amounts of food.

  • Frequent trips to the bathroom after meals.

  • Signs of vomiting

  • Excessive and rigid exercise routine

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Bulimia Nervosa

the health risks of this disorder are :

  • Dental problems

  • Stomach rupture

  • Menstruation irregularities

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Binge Eating

often feel out of control and eat a large amount of food at one time. people who have this do not throw up the food or exercise too much.

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Binge Eating

These are symptoms for what disorder?

  • Wrappers/containers indicating consumption of large amounts of food.

  • May be overweight for age and height

  • May have a long history of repeated efforts to diet, feel desperate about their difficulty in controlling food intake

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Binge Eating

High blood pressure • High cholesterol • Gall bladder disease • Diabetes • Heart Disease • Certain types of cancer

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high blood pressure

what is the top one cause of deaths?

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physical inactivity

this has a 5.5 percentage of deaths- which translates to 3.2 people who die annually. what cause of death is this?

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lungs

this produces less oxygen when you are physically inactive.

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true

being physically inactive and lacking nutrients leads to unhealthy skin and hair, exhaustion, headaches, low moods and difficulties in concentrating.

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muscle mass

when you do not use your muscles you lose what?

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false, it becomes a strain.

being physically inactive causes your muscles to grow weak, and it does not become a strain in doing basic activities.

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constipation

being physically inactive, causes what in our stomach and intestines?

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osteoporosis

being physically inactive weakens bones and cause this

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aerobic, muscle strengthening, and bone strengthening

what are thre three mains of physical activity?

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aerobic activities

this is also known as cardio or endurance.

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aerobic activities

when you engage to this type of exercise, the large muscles of your body move in a rhytmic manner for a sustained period of time.

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aerobic activities

in this activity, you will notice an increase in your breathing and heart rate.

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aerobic activities

an example of this is hiking, brisk walking, running, biking, swimming and etc.

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aerobic activities

this builds endurance by keeping the heart pumping for an extended period of timem

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muscle strengthening activities

this is also known as resistance training.

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muscle strengthening activities

this activities are used to improve muscular strength and muscular power. such activities make the body work against a force of weight.

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muscle strengthening activities

an example of these are climbing trees, tug of war, free wights, weight machines, and machine bands.

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bone strengthening activities

also referred as weight bearing or weight loading activity.

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bone strengthening activities

this activity produces force on the bones that promote bone growth and strength.

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bone strengthening activities

these can be aerobic and muscle strengthening in nature as they often involve a person’s feet impacting the ground that produces a force that pushes the feet.

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bone strengthening activities

an example of these are jumping jacks, hopping, skipping, running, brisk walkng and weight lifting.

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energy

all body movement is fueled by what?

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true

the supply of energy released by the body is proportional to the intensity and duration of the physical activity one is enganging in.

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adenosine triphosphate (atp)

this is a molecule that serves as a useable form of energy. a major fuel source of the body.

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phosphagen system

this is the fastest way of acquiring energy to muscle.

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phosphagen system

these are short burts of intense activity such as the 5 second sprints or jumping.

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anaerobic glycolysis

this system is the 2nd fastest way of obtaining energy to keep muscle contracting.

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anaerobic glycolysis

this does not require oxygen to generate energy.cr

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creatine phosphate

when people compete in longer sprints, they lose this before they finish the event.

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anaerobic glycolysis

this is most of the energy used in longer sprints.

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aerobic system

this system requires oxygen.

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aerobic system

this system generates energy at a much slower pace in a longer period of time as comapred with the other two.

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true

during exercise, energy must be produced at a faster rate as compared to its resting state.

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carbohydrates

our muscles store this. this is also known as glycogen.

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glycogen or carbohydrates

this is used as fuel by the body when it is broken down as glucose.

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fat

this is stored under our skin or adipose tissue is fat.

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fat

this serves as insulation for the body to prevent heat loss

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protein

this is one of our fundamental building blocks.

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protein

this is used for the repair and growth of the body tissue.

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false, varied diet.

individuals who depend on both anaerobic and aerobic system need to eat a specific diet.

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carbohydrates

individuals who engage in power lifitng and short distance sprinting must consume what?

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low intensity

the frequency of this activity should be atleast 30 minutes everyday.

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moderate intensity

the frequency of this activity is atleast 3-5 times a week.

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high intensity

This activity level should be done in 2-3 times a week for atleast 20 minutes per day.no

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no intensity

the frequency or activity level of this should be minimized only.

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Physical Education

is an education through human movement where many of educational objectives are achieved by means of big muscle activities involving sports, games, gymnastic, dance and exercise.

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barrow

who said the pe is any human movement with educational objectives?

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Physical

meaning is related to body and its bodily characteristics

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education

it means systemic instructions or training for life or for some particular task.

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wholesome development

Main aim of physical education is__________of the individual .

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good citizen

physical education also aims to build a ______ for a nation.

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Physical development, Mental development ,Social development ,Emotional development ,Neuro muscular development

what are objectives of physical education?

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Physical Development

this is the development of organ systems such as circulatory system, nervous system, muscular system ,digestive system.

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Physical Development

this is the development in size ,shape and efficiency of organic systems due to effects of physical activities which are performed.

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Mental Development

these are various physical activites need alertness of mind, deep concentration and calculatedmovements

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Mental Development

in here, through participation in various activities individual learns to draw certain conclusions. you are also able to understand and faced situations in game.

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