Physical Health
Mental Health
Emotional Health
Social Health
Recovery
100

How many hours of sleep per night does a Middle school/High school student need?

9 to 10 hours

100

What is stress?

Feelings of tension, anxiety, discomfort, etc. Stress is your body reacting to a challenge or demand

100

What are some emotions or feelings you might experience during the school day?

Happiness and excitement (hopefully), anger, frustration, sadness, etc.

100

True or False? It is okay to touch someone without their permission.

FALSE

100

Who is the most important person involved in your recovery?

YOU.

200

Name a benefit of exercising.

Improved mood, strengthened body, increased energy, better sleep, maintain healthy weight, etc.

200

What are some physical signs of stress?

Headache, upset stomach, fidgeting, increased breath or heartbeat, illness, etc.

200

If you're feeling angry, what are some techniques you can use to help with those feelings?

Deep breaths, squeeze a stress ball, punch a pillow, yell into a pillow, perspective-taking, etc.

200

How can you start a conversation with someone at school?

Ask about their interests, ask an icebreaker question (like "Would you rather...?"), give a compliment, comment on something in the environment ("Wow, check out that cute dog on the sidewalk!")

200

What is FBT?

Family Based Treatment

The only evidence-based treatment for Eating Disorders that exists.

300

 Why is hydration important?

What is to regulate body temperature, keep joints lubricated, prevent infections, deliver nutrients to cells, and keep organs functioning properly.

300

How can you reduce feelings of stress?

Deep breaths, exercise, take a brain break, do a favorite activity, go outside, etc.

300

What is mindfulness?

Being aware of what you are feeling or thinking

300

How could you offer support to a friend going through a difficult time.

Gently let them know that you are available to them and want to support them.  Validate their feelings and ask if they are looking for support only or if they would like feedback.

300

What are important aspects of recovery?

Self-care, Self-compassion, Goal setting, Honesty and vulnerability, Open-mindedness, Relapse prevention, Willingness.

Utilizing coping skills, Seeking support/Asking for help

400

Name one consequence or effect of too little sleep.

Irregular emotions, can't concentrate, feeling sick, etc.
400

What can you do if you feel stressed about a school assignment?

Ask a teacher or friend for help, break the assignment into smaller steps, work for ten minutes then take a two minute break, etc.

400

How does writing relate to emotional health?

You can write your feelings in a letter or a diary as an outlet or form of expression instead of "stuffing emotions" or avoiding them.

400

What are some signs a person is not interested in what you're talking about?

They look away, they give short responses, their body is turned away from you, etc.

400

Why is journaling important?

It enables you to get your thoughts and feelings down on paper, analyze those thoughts and feelings, and then work through them in a healthy, holistic way.

Is also a healthy outlet to express emotions. 

500

Name one way to get better sleep.

Have a bedtime routine, turn off electronics 1 hour before bed, warm bath/shower, herbal tea (no caffeine), reading, etc.

500

What are some techniques if you're feeling distracted or stressed at school in general?

Hand-held fidgets, meet with school counselor or trusted adult, vent to a friend, etc. 

500

When feeling strong emotions, why is it important to think before you act?

If you're angry/sad/upset, you might hurt someone's feelings (or yourself)! It's often important to "practice the pause" before reacting or responding, especially when upset.

500

Billy has a crush on Shannon. He spends a lot of time staring at her in class. Once, he poked Shannon's arm with his finger over and over to get her attention. What did Billy do wrong?

Invaded personal space without asking, engaged in uncomfortable or unwanted behaviors

500

Who might be included on an eating disorder treatment team?

A Therapist, Psychiatrist, Medical Practitioner, Registered Dietitian.

Others that could be included: recovery coach, RN, Movement specialist, Peer support.

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