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HEALTH

•FROM WHAT YOU


HAVE LEARNED ON
THE PREVIOUS
GRADE LEVELS,
WHAT IS HEALTH?
•HOW WOULD YOU
DESCRIBE YOUR
CURRENT HEALTH
CONDITION?
•WHAT ARE THE
DIFFERENT
DIMENSIONS THAT
MEASURE AND
DESCRIBE THE
HEALTH OF A PERSON?
Activity 2
DOODLE IT!
DRAW PICTURES OR WRITE
WORDS AND PHRASES
“What are you
thinking and
feeling right
now?”
LET’S REFLECT
A.DO THE THINGS YOU THINK
AND FEEL AFFECT YOUR
EVERYDAY LIFE?
B.HOW DOES YOUR BODY
RESPOND TO THE THINGS
YOU THINK AND FEEL?
C. WHEN WAS THE
LAST TIME YOU GOT
STRESSED?
D. WHAT IS STRESS?
Activity 3
Let’s Check
•Read the following situations.
•Put a check (∕) if you consider
the situation as stressful
_____1. Choosing a gift for a
friend.
______2. ARGUING WITH A
CLASSMATE.
______3. GOING TO A NEW PLACE.
______4. HAVING A NEWBORN
SIBLING.
______5. GETTING A FAILING
MARK.
______6. LOSING YOUR MONEY.
______7. GETTING A BIRTHDAY
SURPRISE.
______8 ATTENDING A PARTY.
______9. WITNESSING A TRIBAL
DANCE.
______10. WATCHING A TRADITIONAL
STRESS
-DEFINED AS THE
PHYSIOLOGICAL AND
EMOTIONAL RESPONSES TO
A SIGNIFICANT OR
UNEXPECTED CHANGE OR
DISRUPTION IN ONE’S LIFE.
- ALSO REFER TO “WHAT
YOU FEEL WHEN YOU
REACT TO PRESSURE,
EITHER FROM THE OUTSIDE
WORLD(SCHOOL,
FAMILY,FRIENDS) OR FROM
YOURSELF.
stressor
- Refers to the things
that make a person
stressed
2 different kinds of stress
•Eustress
•Distress
1.Eustress
- Refers to a positive
and healthy response
of the body from a
stressor.
2. Distress
- Refers to a negative
reaction of the body
towards a given
stressor.
SEATWORK

•Read the following situations.


•Identify each situation as
eustress or distress.
_____1. Choosing a gift for a
friend.
______2. ARGUING WITH A
CLASSMATE.
______3. GOING TO A NEW PLACE.
______4. HAVING A NEWBORN
SIBLING.
______5. GETTING A FAILING
MARK.
______6. LOSING YOUR MONEY.
______7. GETTING A BIRTHDAY
SURPRISE.
______8. ATTENDING A PARTY.
______9. WITNESSING A TRIBAL
DANCE.
______10. WATCHING A TRADITIONAL
stress
•The physical
response of the
body
GAS – General Adaptation
Syndrome
•The body changes
that occur from
experiencing stress
3 stages of GAS
1.ALARM STAGE
2.RESISTANCE STAGE
3.EXHAUSTION STAGE
1. ALARM STAGE
 EXPERIENCES “FLIGHT
OR FIGHT FEELING”
RELEASES “STRESS
HORMONES” SUCH AS
ADRENALINE
2. RESISTANCE STAGE
 ALREADY RESPONDED TO
THE STRESSOR
CONTINUOUSLY
EXPERIENCES THE
“STRESS”
3. EXHAUSTION STAGE
 SLOWLY LOSES THE
ENERGY TO MANAGE STRESS
 “GATE TOWARD BURNOUT
OR STRESS OVERLOAD”
EXAMPLE:

DISTRESSFUL
SITUATION: The whole
street in a community
was caught in fire. All
houses were burned.
Alarm stage
•When the fire broke out, a
person may feel very
alarmed. His energy
suddenly raised up. He
begins to carry objects in
the house towards outside.
Resistance stage
•The person was able to escape
safely from the burning house,
but she still feel very stressed
because he still thought about
the important things he forgot
to save inside the house.
Exhaustion stage
•When the fire was killed,
the person was not able to
move on. He experienced
extreme sadness and loss.
He began to feel health
problems.
Medical problems and concerns linked with
negative stress
•Allergies
• Cardiovascular problems •Cancer
• Gastrointestinal problems
•Back pain
• Headaches and migraines
•Asthma
• Muscles spasms and
cramps •Kidney disease
• Anxiety •Sexual
• Jaw problems dysfunction
•Infertility
Activity
Member 1: How does your FAMILY
contribute to your eustress and distress?
Member 2: How does your PEERS
contribute to your eustress and distress?
Member 3:How does your SCHOOL
contribute to your eustress and distress?
Member 4: How does your COMMUNITY
contribute to your eustress and distress?
Gather ideas, feelings
and experiences
Member 1 Group (FAMILY)
Member 2 Group (PEERS)
Member 3 Group (SCHOOL)
Member 4 Group (COMMUNITY)