The Health Triangle - Sault Schools

The Health Triangle - Sault Schools

Health Is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. - World Health Organization Wellness: A Broader Concept A healthy balance of the mind, body, and spirit that results in an overall feeling of well-being Constant, conscious pursuit of living life to its fullest potential

Acceptance or satisfaction with present personal condition An active process of becoming aware of and making choices toward a healthy and successful existence A positive state of the entire being and its ongoing development Self-assessment of emotional, social, physical, intellectual, and spiritual well-being The Health Triangle Health is the measure of our bodys efficiency and over-all well-being.

The health triangle is a measure of the different aspects of health. The health triangle consists of: Physical, Social, and Mental Health. Physical Health Physical health deals with the bodys ability to function.

Physical health has many components. Physical Health Exercise Exercise is the act of using your muscles to stay physically fit. Exercise helps to give you more energy, maintain weight,

increase confidence & self esteem, and helps to battle chronic diseases. Physical Health Nutrition Proper balanced meals are essential in leading a healthy life. Nutritious meals

create a balance between what we eat and the way our body uses the food for energy and growth. Physical Health Sleep It is recommended that the average person get at least 8 hours of

sleep. Teens? The human body likes regularity, so try to go to bed and wake up at the same time daily. Physical Health Alcohol & Drugs Alcohol and other drugs interfere with messages to the brain and alters

perception. Use of such substances puts you at risk for accidental injuries, car crashes, trouble with the law, unwanted pregnancies, and fights. Physical Health Weight Management Maintaining a healthy

weight decreases your risk of certain diseases such as heart disease and diabetes. Exercise and proper nutrition helps to maintain healthy weight levels. Mental Health Mental health deals

with how we think, feel and cope with daily life. Mental health encompasses: Mental Health Learning Learning is the development of skills, behaviors, and

knowledge. Learning increases self-confidence, awareness, and self perception. It also teaches one coping skills. Mental Health Stress Management Stress deals with the

way our bodies and minds deal with life changes. It is important to learn healthy ways to deal with stress or you could be at risk for anxiety or depression. Mental Health Mental Disorders

Stress and problems with school, friends, and family can cause mental illnesses. Some mental illnesses include: depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and phobias. Social Health

Social Health deals with the way we react with people within our environment. This includes: Social Health Public Health Public health includes disease prevention and promoting health through good decision

making. Keeping yourself safe and healthy benefits your community as a whole. Social Health Family Relationships A healthy family relationship is one that is supportive, loving,

responsible, and balanced. Families should work together to eliminate stress and negativity in the home. Promoting a safe and enjoyable environment. Social Health Peer Relationships Strong and supportive

friendships increase happiness, self-esteem, and reduces stress. Friends are there to help celebrate your accomplishments and there to offer support in times of need. The Health Triangle Review There are 3 major

areas of the health triangle: physical, mental and social. Good decision making and healthy choices reduce the risk of disease and increase health overall.

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