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In Unit One, we learned about nutrition, and what it means to be a healthy individual. We discussed food pyramids and which ones fit our needs. We also learned about the six major nutrients we need.
Carbohydrates provide us with our main source of energy. Fats provide an energy reserve and help absorb multiple vitamins. Proteins help build and repair tissues in our bodies. Vitamins help provide structure and maintain body processes. Minerals maintain fluid balances and body processes. Water keeps us hydrated and helps maintain homeostasis.
We learned about the acronym S.P.A.C.E. S stood for "Sort": Do I need this? P stood for "Purge": Toss out or get rid of anything you don't need. A stood for "Assign A Home": Find a place for all your possessions and keep them there. C stood for "Containerize": Find bins and containers you can keep loose things in; label if you have to. E stood for "Equalize": Check in with yourself and make sure you are maintaining your system.
In Unit two, we discussed mental, spiritual, and intellectual health. We learned about time management, stress management, and mental health.
When we learned about psycho-social health, we discussed the definition of a mentally healthy person in society. They feel good about themselves, even around others, they control tension and anxiety, they are able to meet the demands of life, they can curb their hate and guilt, they maintain a positive outlook and enrich the lives of others, they cherish the things that make them smile, and value diversity.
Signs of an abusive relationship might not be noticed sometimes. Some signs include when they boss you around, when they always want to know where you are and who you are with, they pressure into things you don't want to do, they pull the "If you love me...", they blame you for their problems, they have physically hurt you, and they make you afraid; whether it be of them or something else.
In Unit three, we learned about healthy relationships, and how to spot an abusive one.
We also discussed the effects and dangers of drugs and alcohol. If you know you have a problem and want to quit. Seek help; people are here for you. Throw out all your alcohol/ drugs; if it's around you, it'll only temp you. Seek professional help if needed. Wash your clothes. All of them. If you smoke, the smell of the smoke will still be on your clothes, which will remind you of your problem.
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