Wellness can be defined as: “Wellness is an active process of becoming aware of and making choices towards a healthy and fulfilling life. … “Wellness is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” – The World Health Organization.”
Wellness where are we at?
Your overall health is a combination of your physical, social, and mental well-being. For many of us, we have become used to experiencing stress daily, settling for only a few hours of sleep each night, barely exercising, and eating processed foods that provide little nourishment for the mind and body. On top of that, you may be unhappy in your relationships or in your job (or both) and stay in toxic situations for several years.
On one end, patients with poor health engage the medical paradigm to treat illnesses; they interact reactively and episodically with doctors and clinicians who provide care. On the opposite end, people focus proactively on prevention and maximizing their vitality. They adopt attitudes and lifestyles that prevent disease, improve health, and enhance their quality of life and sense of well-being. – Global Wellness Institute
Where am I on the Wellness Continuum?
What is a strong Wellness platform?
Although none of us are immune to life’s challenges and circumstances, each one of these factors negatively affects your mind, body, and soul, and slowly chips away at all aspects of your well-being and the joy you are meant to experience.
When left undealt with, emotional and mental stress can also manifest as physical health ailments. You have one LIFE so live it well.
What is Wellness Health Culture ?
Creating a culture of wellness means fostering a workplace that encourages and promotes the well-being of your employees. It means implementing ways for employees to be healthier at the workplace and helping them create healthy habits in both their personal and professional lives.
What does this Wellness Health platform and culture look Like?
It consists of having positive relationships with others, personal mastery, autonomy, a feeling of purpose and meaning in life, and personal growth and development goals. It is attained by achieving a state of balance affected by both challenging and rewarding life events.
The 8 Pillars of Wellness
They can be established in any order that you would choose as we all have different bias as to what should come first or last. There are several different options as to the amount of Wellness Pillars one could have. We have opted for the following 8 pillars:
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