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Holistic approach
Is about meeting the needs of the whole person
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Physical health
Healthy body systems, regular exercise, a healthy diet, regular sleep patterns, access to shelter and warmth, good personal hygiene
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Intellectual wellbeing
concentrate, learn new skills and knowledge, communicate, solve problems
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Emotional wellbeing
feeling safe and secure, being able to express all emotions, knowing how to deal with negative emotions, being respected by others, having positive self-concept
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social wellbeing
friendships and other positive social relationships, strong family relationships, relationships as part of a social group
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genetic inheritance
Genes are inherited by children from both their birth parents.Its a physical factor that can have negative and positive effects.
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inherited physical characteristics
height, skin, eye color, hair type and color
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Self-concept
is a collection of beliefs about oneself.
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self-image
how a person sees themselves
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self-esteem
how they feel about themselves
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Huntington disease
effects: involuntary movements and gradual loss of intellectual ability
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Neurofibromatosis
tumors grow along nerves
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cystic fibrosis
a build up of sticky mucus damages the lungs
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sickle cell anemia
blood disease causing episodes of pain
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genetic predisposition
some people are predisposed (more likely) to develop conditions because of their genetic makeup, for example heart disease, cancer and diabetes. It depends on lifestyles and environmental factors
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Effects of inherited disorders
p- body systems, growth and mobility I- learning, thinking, problem solving and decision making E- how people feel about themselves S- the ability to build relationships
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chronic illness
comes on more slowly and lasts for a long period of time, sometimes lifetime. It can be treated but not usually cured.For example, diabetes, arthritis, asthma, heart disease and bipolar disorder.
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negative effects of chronic illness
P- poor rate of growth, restricted movement I- disrupted learning because of missing school, difficulties in thinking and problem solving,memory problems E- negative self-concept, stress
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Acute illness
starts quickly and lasts for a short period of time, usually recover quickly e.g. chickenpox
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vitamins
healthy immune system, skin and eyes
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carbohydrates
boost energy levels
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protein
growth and repair of tissues
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minerals
healthy teeth,blood, skin and hair
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fats
energy, healthy cell structure, help vitamin absorption
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negative effects of nutrient deficiency
illnesses such as : anemia (reduced numbers of red blood cells), rickets (a bone disease) , poor growth, depressions, tiredness, anorexia (excessive weight loss)
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negative effects of excess nutrients
be more prone to illnesses such as diabetes, high blood pressure and cancer. have reduced life expectancy, be less able to exercise, have poor self-concept
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negative effects of not exercising
P- obesity, health problems I- reduced brain performance E- poor self-concept and reduced ability to cope with stress S- fewer opportunities for social interaction
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positive effects of exercise
P- healthy, boosting energy levels, improve flexibility and stamina I- thinking skills, brain function E- improve confidence and mood, reduce stress S- social interaction, reduce isolation and improve social skills
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personal hygiene
cleanliness of a persons body.
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barriers to seeking help
culture, gender and education
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cultural reasons
are to do with social behaviors,values, traditions, customs and beliefs of communities.
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gender
research shows that men are less likely to seek help than women
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education
research shows that people who are better educated are more likely to seek help
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stigma
to describe something that people feel ashamed about
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economic factors
can determine a persons lifestyle
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financial resources
depends on their wealth, possessions, occupation, employment/unemployment
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poverty
lifestyle is very limited
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Environmental factors
Refers to the air, water, pollution and land
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pollution
is the contamination of the environment and living organisms by harmful chemicals. Noise and light pollution also effect health and wellbeing
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care values
empowerment, dignity,respect,communication, anti-discriminatory practice,confidentiality and safeguarding
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empowerment
it means being independent, making choices and doing things for yourself
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dignity
when they have high self-concept and when they are treated with respect.
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respect
listening to and valuing an individuals opinions and feelings without imposing a view of what is best for them
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commuincation
verbal and non-verbal
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anti-discriminatory practise
all people are treated fairly and equally according to their individual needs
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confidentiality
information about an individual to be kept private
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safeguarding
protecting people from harm, abuse or neglect
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primary care services
Are usually people first contact with health professionals such as health center, doctor, pharmacy etc
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secondary service
patients who require hospital care for a health conditions will be referred to a secondary care service by their primary health care provider
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tertiary care service
provides specialist support in dedicated units
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barriers to accessing identified services
geographical, financial, psychological, physical, personal needs, resources
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physcial
Need to be thought about in any health and wellbeing improvement
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psychological
can happen when an individual may be too scared or worried to use a service
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financial
because of the charges and fees which can put off those who have low income
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geographical
can happen due to where someone lives
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cultural and language
when people speak a different language and do not understand the way things are expressed
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resources
when there are staff shortages leading to
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concentrate, learn new skills and knowledge, communicate, solve problems

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