Teen Driving
Mental Health
Total Wellbeing

The month of National Teen Driver Safety Week 

What is (October?)


A mild traumatic brain injury

What is a (concussion?)


A mental health condition that involves excessive amounts of fear, nervousness, worry, or dread

What is (Anxiety Disorder?)

Choosing how and when to express the emotions we feel

What is (managing emotional reactions?)


Most teens need about (_____) hours of sleep each night

What is (8 to 10?)


Contrary to popular belief, teens crash most often because they are (__________)?

What is (Inexperienced?)


Best time to train or play sports

What is (early morning, late afternoon/evening?)


People with anxiety disorders might avoid 

What is (talking about their worries?)


Emotional Intelligence

What is (the skills we use to manage our emotions and react well are?)


Goals of Yoga

What is ( training your mind, body, breath, and connecting with your spirituality?)


The leading cause of preventable death for teens

What is (car crashes?)


Symptoms of dehydration 

What is (feeling dizzy/lightheaded, having a dry/sticky mouth, peeing less/darker pee?)


Depression affects what?

What is (depression affects the way individuals act, how well they do in school, energy, sleep, and eat?)

What makes a healthy relationship?

What is (mutual respect, trust, honesty, support, fairness/equality, separate identities, and good communication?)


Teens need sleep to

What is ( (1) pay attention and learn in school, (2) improve athletic performance, (3) grow and develop normally, (4) be healthy?)


Teens struggle with these three things while driving

What is (judging gaps in traffic, driving the right speed for conditions, and turning safely?)


Three hamstring strain symptoms

What is ( (1) Pain in the back of your thigh when the leg is bent or straightened  (2) Tenderness, swelling, and bruising in the back of the thigh (3) weakness in the leg that lasts a long time after an injury?)

OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)

What is (a mental health condition, that causes thoughts called obsessions, anxiety, and action called compulsions (rituals))


Being assertive means...

What is ( (1) you can give an opinion or say how you feel, (2) ask for what you want or need, (3) disagree respectfully, (4) offer your ideas and suggestions, (5) say no without feeling guilty, and (6) speak up for someone else?)


Exercise Benefits 

What is ( (1) helping people sleep better, (2) helping people with mild depression and low self-esteem, and (3) can give people a real sense of accomplishment and pride at achieving a goal?)


"5 to Drive"

what is ( (1) no cell phone while driving 2) No extra passengers (3) No speeding (4) No alcohol (5) No driving or riding without a seatbelt?)


Cause of Athlete's Foot

What is (Athletes' foot is caused by fungi that normally live on the skin, hair, and nails called dermatophytes. When the environment they live in gets warm and moist, they grow out of control and start to cause symptoms?)


Phobias cause people to what?

What is (worry about, dread, feel upset by, and avoid the things or situations they fear because the physical sensations of fear can be so intense?)


Warning Signs

What is ( (1) getting angry when you don't drop everything for him or her, (2) criticizing the way you look or dress, and saying you'll never be able to find anyone else who would date you, (3) keeping you away from seeing friends or from talking to other guys or girls, (4) wants you to quit an activity, even though you love it, (5) ever raises a hand when angry, like he or she is about to hit you, (6) tries to force you to be physically involved more than you want to?)


How can healthy snacking become part of a teen's everyday routine?

What is ( (1) keeping healthy snacks in your refrigerator, (2) making sweets, chips, and other teats the exception rather than the rule, (3) having a schedule for meals and snacks, (4) practice mindful eating, (5) read the nutritional facts label when buying packaged snacks, and (6) bringing healthy snacks to school?)

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