Health education exam
  • 1. What are healthy lifestyle habits?
A) They are produced by food debris that accumulates in the mouth when you don’t brush your teeth properly.
B) is one that involves a series of healthy habits programmed as a routine throughout each day.
C) is an act that has continuity over time and that the mere fact of performing it assiduously is beneficial for the health of the person who practices it and very probably has a positive influence on the rest of the surrounding society.
D) is the habit of putting off certain activities and doing other, more pleasant ones instead
  • 2. What is healthy living?
A) is the habit of putting off certain activities and doing other, more pleasant ones instead
B) is an act that has continuity over time and that the mere fact of performing it assiduously is beneficial for the health of the person who practices it and very probably has a positive influence on the rest of the surrounding society.
C) is one that involves a series of healthy habits programmed as a routine throughout each day.
D) They are produced by food debris that accumulates in the mouth when you don’t brush your teeth properly.
  • 3. Procrastination
A) They are produced by food debris that accumulates in the mouth when you don’t brush your teeth properly.
B) is the habit of putting off certain activities and doing other, more pleasant ones instead
C) is one that involves a series of healthy habits programmed as a routine throughout each day.
D) is an act that has continuity over time and that the mere fact of performing it assiduously is beneficial for the health of the person who practices it and very probably has a positive influence on the rest of the surrounding society.
  • 4. What are the symptoms and antidotes?
A) Low motivation, Perfectionism, Overwhelmed
B) Acne, chlothes, shower
C) Read, work, exercise
  • 5. Match the symptom (low motivation) with his antidote
A) Self reflection: Develop a positive attitude and determine how the task is relevant. Just get started: do something related to the task. Move to a different location.
B) Remind yourself that even the biggest projects start with individual tasks. Set a specific time to read (e.g. 15 min) you will likely go beyond this time
C) All projects are works in progress. Start with small tasks and advance to larger problems.
  • 6. Match the symptom (perfectionism) with his antidote
A) All projects are works in progress. Start with small tasks and advance to larger problems.
B) Remind yourself that even the biggest projects start with individual tasks. Set a specific time to read (e.g. 15 min) you will likely go beyond this time
C) Self reflection: Develop a positive attitude and determine how the task is relevant. Just get started: do something related to the task. Move to a different location.
  • 7. Match the symptom (overwhelmed) with his antidote
A) All projects are works in progress. Start with small tasks and advance to larger problems.
B) Remind yourself that even the biggest projects start with individual tasks. Set a specific time to read (e.g. 15 min) you will likely go beyond this time
C) Self reflection: Develop a positive attitude and determine how the task is relevant. Just get started: do something related to the task. Move to a different location.
  • 8. Match the numbers with the correct answer 1. 2. 3. 4.
A) 1. Procrastinate 2. Make excuses 3. Panic 4. Feel guilty
B) 1. Procrastinate 2. Panic 3. Make excuses 4. Feel guilty
C) 1. Panic 2. Procrastinate 3. Make exuces 4. Feel guilty
D) 1. Procrastinate 2. Feel guilty 3. Panic 4. Make excuses
  • 9. How to mantain good hygiene?
A) Sleep 8 hours, doing exercise, and eat well
B) The best recommendation is at least one bath a day. The habit of taking a shower either when getting up is essential to keep the body clean.
C) Extra bath should be added depending on the adolescent's occupations.
  • 10. Mention hygiene habits
  • 11. What are the disease caused by poor hygiene?
  • 12. a) grow in wet, dark, dirty places, such as on the feet. In most healthy people, fungal infections are mild, affecting only the skin, hair, nails, or other superficial areas.
A) gingivitis
B) fungi
C) cavities
D) vaginal infections
  • 13. b) a disease that destroys the structures of the teeth. They are produced by food debris that accumulates in the mouth when you don’t brush your teeth properly. There are food components that produce acids,these destroy the enamel to the point of breaking the structure of the tooth.
A) gingivitis
B) fungi
C) vaginal infections
D) cavities
  • 14. c) The most common symptoms are: irritation, burning during urination, itching, and a thick white or yellow, sometimes malodorous, substance.
A) fungi
B) gingivitis
C) cavities
D) vaginal infections
  • 15. d) is poor oral hygiene that encourages plaque to form on teeth, causing inflammation of the surrounding gum tissues.
A) cavities
B) vaginal infections
C) gingivitis
D) fungi
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