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A risk behavior is an action on your part that may result in a bad or unwanted consequence. Examples include the following: Smoking puts you at risk for cancer. … Driving while drunk puts you at much higher risk of a car accident, which can harm or kill yourself or others. Being overweight puts you at risk for a heart attack. Breaking the law puts you at risk for going to jail. Teen sex puts you at risk for emotional and physical consequences such as adoption, teen pregnancy, or single parenthood. Being careless with personal information on the Internet puts you at risk of being scammed, harmed, or having your identity stolen. Using a cell phone while driving puts you at risk of having an accident and possibly killing yourself or someone else.
The definition of A Risk is something that can be potentially dangerous to to self or others. Risk behaviors can be defined as a pattern of behaviors that can be dangerous to …self or others. For example, almost every driver has traveled at higher than the posted speed limit, even much higher than the posted speed limit. This is a risk. However, the first time the person sped, they realized it was against the law, they could get a ticket, the fast speed felt scary, etc., so the person never repeats the behavior again. However, another person feels thrilled by speed, by breaking the law, by the power they feel in a speeding car, etc. They habitually speed anytime they drive. This is a pattern of a risk behavior. Risk behaviors can be seen in a variety of settings and topics, such as: dangerous behaviors--speeding, jumping from high places, running into streets to dodge oncoming carsnutrition, eating, and dietingunprotected sexillegal drug usehuffing and sniffingetc.
Unhealthy behaviors: Smoking Being overweight Not exercising Eating too much salt Not getting enough sleep
Risk behaviors put a person in danger of suffering consequences. For example, eating a diet high in processed sugar can lead to diabetes.
Moody, heart diesses, lung cancer and hard breathing.
Risk behavior is behavior or other factor that places a person at risk for disease. These disease can include HIV/AIDS, diabetes, cancer, etc.
A risk is the ability to speed in a car. A risk behavior is driving at fast speeds. A risk is that drug companies manufacture a variety of medications to treat or cure illnes…s and disease. A risk behavior is taking medication the doctor did not prescribe for you, or taking more than prescribed, or taking the medication for recreational use, e.g. to 'get high' or 'get stoned'. A risk is knowing that STDs exist and are transmitted through oral or vaginal sex. A risk behavior is 'sleeping around' and not using condoms for protection. A risk is knowing that some people steal from stores. A risk behavior is going to stores and shoplifting. A risk is not paying attention to your body and managing the appetite for food responsibly. A risk behavior is over-eating or starving yourself to manage your emotional needs. A risk is that some foods can increase blood sugar in diabetes. A risk behavior is being diagnosed with diabetes and not managing the kinds of foods you eat. A risk is knowing certain lifestyle choices can make respiratory problems worse, for example, certain jobs, smoking, doing drugs, etc. A risk behavior is having a chronic respiratory disease, but refusing to alter your lifestyle choices. In many ways, "risks" exist in every part of life. "Risk Behaviors", though, are the parts of risks that we can control ourselves.
There are five type of perceived risk monetary physical social functional
Dagga is a very complicated subject. Just like pot, grass, dagga, marijuana, happy stuff, joojoo, wonder drug and numerous other nicknames, Dagga is Marijuana. Mari…juana is a drug, most commonly smoked. It provides about an hour of halucination and total out-of-mindness. Its scientific name is Habijubliness Lysinchronisedswimminges.
Risk Behavior: An action that potentiating threatens your health or the health of others.
riding double on a bicycle and drinking alcohol
What you do and how you live your life. For example; smoking, drinking, drug use, diet, and physical activity. All put you at risk. Extreme sports, high speed driving and sky …diving, all put you at risk more than the kid in the chess club. but some people do more than that.
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Several studies show television does have an impact on children's behavior. But those studies also show that it's not the number of hours they watch TV, but the content of… the programs they watch. Those who used to watch educational programs instead of violent programming shown distinctively better behavior than those who didn't.