What is blood pressure measured in?
Blood pressure can only be measured one way.
Which of these increase blood pressure?
High alcohol intake
Having a Balanced diet
High blood pressure can lead to dizziness and fainting
What is the definition of Health?
Health is being free from diseases such as those caused by bacteria and viruses.
Health is the ability to do physical activities.
Your fitness can be measured by many factors. These include: Strength, Flexibility, Stamina, agility and speed
Your overall fitness can be measured by your cardiovascular pumping frequency.
Smoking directly lowers the heart rate.
Which of these are these are true about cigarettes?
The Carbon monoxide within the cigarettes caused the blood to become diluted and carry less oxygen.
The tar in Cigarettes are what the user of the cigarettes becomes addicted to.
The carbon monoxide bonds with the white blood cells preventing them from bonding with the oxygen needed in the blood.
The carbon monoxide bonds with the haemoglobin preventing them from bonding with the oxygen needed in the blood.
A high level of salt can lead up to a build up of cholesterol
A build of cholesterol can be known as a plaque
A plaque can block up the coronary arteries going out of the heart resulting in less blood flow round the body.
Fats are made up of glucose units
What is EAR?
0.6x body mass in kg
0.6 x body mass in g
What are the values for a average weight's BMI?
The formula for BMI is:
mass in kg/(height in m)^2
What causes Malaria
Plasmodium is a protazoa