Wellness is More Than Just Physical Health
posted by Revere Health | December 28, 2017
When we think of wellness, we tend to think of physical health, but it’s much more than that. So what is wellness and how can you achieve it?
What is Wellness?
Your well-being is about you as a whole individual, not just your physical health status. Although there is no single definition of well-being, experts agree that wellness includes the following:
Researchers in different areas have looked into some various aspects of wellbeing that are commonly considered, including all of the following aspects:
Well-Being and Your Health
A common principle of wellness is that your health is more than the absence of disease or injury. Rather, it’s a holistic approach to health that encourages a long, meaningful life.
Wellness influencers can be environmental or social, such as peace, economic security, a stable ecosystem and a safe living situation. Individual wellness influencers may include physical activity, a healthy diet, social ties, resilience, positive emotions and autonomy.
Factors in Well-Being
A combination of factors determine your wellness, and many studies have determined the relationship between these factors and individual well-being, including
Your primary care doctor can offer specific recommendations and information regarding your overall health and wellness.
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This information is not intended to replace the advice of a medical professional. You should always consult your doctor before making decisions about your health.