So, nature has taken care of our health resources, providing us from birth structural and sensor information systems, have the ability to self-regulate and sustain life. After that, everything will depend on how we shall deal with a natural gift, and of course, on the conditions in which we will dispose of it, on our way of life.
Lifestyle, Latin “modus vivendi” – a system of man’s relationship with himself and environmental factors.
Environmental factors are: physical (pressure, light, temperature), chemical (food, water, toxic substances), biological (plants, microorganisms, animals), psychological (affecting the emotional state through sight, touch, smell, taste, hearing, and cause a positive or negative reaction.)
And what is the relationship with yourself? Including this very complex set of activities and experiences, the availability of healthy habits that enhance natural resource health, absence, destroying it.
Empirical, empirically, humanity has reached the conclusion that the excess in food, alcohol, lack of exercise reduces health resource, while exercise, good nutrition, increase its hardening. The sooner a person formed the motivation, that is a recognized need to take care of their health, the healthier will be any particular person in particular and society in general. But about the motivations will be discussed later, but for now for the final realization that health – a social and psychological category, you just have to answer the following questions:
1. Do you agree that the hedonistic principle didactics good for learning the basics of a healthy lifestyle? Why?
2. What are the four main indicators characterize health as a social category?
3. Who is Hans Selye and what is he famous?
4. Give your understanding of the word “stress.”
5. Give five examples of extreme situations.
6. Think of what you have to work with children no older than ten years. They love stories and fantastic adventures. Give ten examples of children’s literature, when the characters fall into extreme situations.
7. Describe each stage of stress adaptation.
8. Give the definition of health, as it is given in the textbook. Whether you agree with him completely? If not, then ask your options. Do not be afraid to make a mistake. Seek the truth.
9. How are sensory and structural information?
To answer this question you will have to brush up on anatomy and physiology.
10. What is the modus vivendi and who is Lao Ji? Why are these two questions together?
11. What categories of environmental factors are known to you? Give examples of each category.
12. Drinking, brushing teeth, gluttony, jogging, smoking – what they have in common? What is the fundamental difference?
13. You understand?