Neco PHE answers 2021

Neco PHE answers 2021

Here is the neco PHE answers for 2021, share

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I.Arm circles. Strengthen your shoulders and arms with simple, yet effective circular motions. …

Ii.Tricep dips. Build your triceps by using only your

Iii.body weight. …

Iv.Bicep curls to push press. …

V.Plank sidewalk. …

Vi.Kickboxing punches. …

Vii.Rolling pushups. …

Vii.iSide plank. …

ix.Superman.

(5a)

Heart rate is the speed of the heartbeat measured by the number of contractions (beats) of the heart per minute (bpm).

(5b)

(i)Joint structure and Rigidity

(ii)Muscle Imbalance

(iii)fascia

(5c)

(i) Heredity

(ii)Regular exercise

(iii)Quality of the Environment

(iv)Rest and sleep

(3a)

a. Stop Bleeding. Apply direct pressure on the cut or wound with a clean cloth, tissue, or piece of gauze until bleeding stops.

b. Clean Cut or Wound. Gently clean with soap and warm water.

c.Protect the Wound. Apply antibiotic cream to reduce risk of infection and cover with a sterile bandage.

(3b) (Choose any 4)

a. Fitness and Health

b. Physical Education

c. Sports Medicine

d. Sport and exercise science

e. Strength and conditioning

(3c)

a. Hypovolemic Shock.

b. Distributive Shock.

c. Cardiogenic Shock.

d. Obstructive Shock.

(3a)

(i) Apply direct pressure on the cut or wound with a clean cloth, tissue, or piece of gauze until bleeding stops.

(ii)Gently clean with soap and warm water. Try to rinse soap out of wound to prevent irritation.

(iii) Do not apply a tourniquet unless the bleeding is severe and not stopped with direct pressure.

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(3b)

-[Pick any four]-

(i) The need for inclusion of all students.

(ii) Adaptations for students with disabilities.

(iii) Opportunities to be physically active most of class time.

(iv) Well-designed lessons.

(v) Out-of-school assignments to support learning.

(3c)

-[Pick any three]-

(i) Cardiogenic shock

(ii) Hypovolemic shock

(iii) Anaphylactic shock

(iv) Septic shock

(v) Neurogenic shock

(4a)

Heart rate: The number of heartbeats per unit of time, usually per minute. The heart rate is based on the number of contractions of the ventricles (the lower chambers of the heart). The heart rate may be too fast (tachycardia) or too slow (bradycardia).

(4b)

a. Joint Structure.

b. Age and Gender.

c. Connective Tissue.

d. Muscle Bulk.

(4c)

a. Diet

b. Rest.

c. Posture.

d. Exercise

e. Avoiding the use of alcohol,drugs and tobacco.

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