Physical, Emotional, Fitness and Well-being

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  • Physical, Emotional, Fitness and Well-being
    • Health and Well-being
      • Physical Health
        • All body systems working well, free from illness and injury and the ability to carrie out everyday tasks.
        • Serotonin
          • A feel cool chemical realised during physical exersice
      • Mental Health and Well-being
        • A state of Well-being in which every individual realises his or her own potential and can cope with the normal stresses of life and can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community
      • Social  Health and Well-being
        • Basic human needs are being met 9food, shelter and clothing). The individual has friendship and support, some sense of value in society, is socially active and has little stress in social circumstance
    • Fitness
      • The ability to meet/cope wit the demands of the environment
    • Health
      • A state of complete Physical, Mental and Social Well-being and not merely the absence of disease of infirmity
    • Well-being
      • A mix of Physical, Social and Mental factors that gives a person a sense of being comfortable, healthy and/or happy
    • Sedentary Lifestyle
      • A persons choice to engage in little, or irregular, Physical exercise
    • Obesity
      • A türm used to describe people with a large fat consumed    -caused by an imbalance of calories consumed to energy expenditure.
    • Somatotypes for sport
      • Ectomorph
        • A somatotype by being tall and tin with narrow shoulders and narrow hips
      • Somatotype
        • A classification of the body type - Ectomorph, Endomorph or Mesomorph
      • Endomorph
        • A somatotype characterised by a pearl-shaped body/fatness with wide hips and wide shoulders.
      • Mesomorph
        • A somatotype characterised by muscular appearance with wide shoulders and narrow hips
    • A balanced Diet
      • Eating the right amount of of calories/eating to how much you exercise and eating the right amount of the food groups.
        • Vitamins, minerals, carbohydrate and fats
    • Water
      • Dehydration
        • Excessine loss of body water interrupting the function the body
      • Hydration
        • Having enough water to enable normal functioning of the body
      • Rehydration
        • Consuming water to restore hydration


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