My First Wrestling Match There were about two weeks before my first wrestling match. After a tough practice, I went to check my weight like everyone else does, and my heart sunk as I realize that I am six pounds over my weight class. The weight class I am wrestling in is one hundred and thirteen pounds, but I weigh one hundred and nineteen. I was very nervous that my coach would find out and be displeased with me. I began to worry because being six pounds over meant that I could only eat a little bit each day, and work extra to lose all of the weight.
PERSONAL LIFE (PHYSICAL DIMENSION OF HEALTH CONCEPT): The importance of physical health cannot be over emphasized because it needs to be a routine for the rest of our lives. I have been over weight for my age and height all my life from birth. My birth weight was 3.5kg and was 70 at age 30yrs. I gained 30kg in a space of 10yrs. I had to make life changes which included eating at work at 5pm or 6pm because I get home at 8pm or sometimes 10pm and that makes me eat and sleep late.
I took a Cis intro to computers class, which was required to graduate. The first day I went 30 minutes late because I had the class at the worst time. The class started at 2 and that was right after u-hour so parking was horrible. I came an hour and a half earlier thinking I was going to find parking but boy was I wrong about that. It took me about 25 minutes to get to school and when I got to the parking structure it took me an hour
I woke up feeling a bit sick, but still decided to go hospital that Wednesday, because I don’t like missing hospital and would to make up. I got up and went that Wednesday, I could of complain of feeling sick all day but I didn’t. I listen to the head over, after that had the opportunity to choose one patient but I went ahead and choose two patients instead. One patient was A.S. 74-year-old diagnosed with trauma to hand with cellulitis; and the other was L.P. 29-year-old with a right foot trimalbelar fracture. I told full care of the two patients without them even noticing that I was ill myself.
When we lack sleep, our cognition decreases causing error in judgement. The food that we invite into our bodies allow nutrients to provide us with energy as well as stronger bones and muscles. Nutrients also aid in the regulation of bodily processes, like blood pressure and digestion. Book Mid-summer, I went to the doctor and was diagnosed with hypertension, obesity and borderline hyperlipidemia. Last month, I decided it was time to make some life changes in relation to my health.
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There were about two weeks before my first wrestling match. After a tough practice, I went to check my weight like everyone does, and I am six pounds over my weight class. The weight class I am wrestling in is one hundred and thirteen pounds, but I weigh one hundred and nineteen. I was very nervous that my coach would find out and get mad at me. I began to worry because being six pounds over meant that I could only eat a little bit each day, and work extra to lose all of the weight.
In 2012, I was nearing the end of my third year of being ill. I sat slumped in a wooden chair in my doctor’s office as he told me I needed to apply for disability. For years, persistent Lyme disease and myalgic encephalomyelitis (also known as “chronic fatigue syndrome”) altered every aspect of my once vibrant life—even leaving me housebound and bedridden for months at a time. Although I could barely sit, stand, or walk, I held onto the belief that I would one day get better. Hearing my doctor label me as “disabled” hit me like a sucker punch to the gut, and the gravity of my illness overwhelmed me.
Although the progress made is unarguable, there is another side of the world that is not as pleasant. In the world we live in there is more than 3 billion people have to survive with less than $2.50 a day. Even worse, approximately 1 billion people live on less than $1 a day, which is below the World Bank’s $2 a day poverty line. The horrific fact of the matter is that over 800 million people go to bed with empty stomachs every night, 300 million of which are children. As a result, each year 6 million children die from malnutrition before their fifth birthday.
This is a great increase, but there are still 46% of woman who go for their first check-up at 20 weeks of being pregnant. These mothers are not educated enough about the importance of having medical check-ups, which could result in their baby having a Vitamin A deficiency. Poverty is the basis of many socio economic issues in South Africa. It acts a beginning step towards many more issues, including AIDS, corruption and