Wellness is the most important part of life. Wellness is being socially, mentally/emotionally and physically well.
Handling stress. handling emotions, being in healthy relationships, and reacting to situations in a healthy way are all signs of good wellness.
Stress is the biggest factor when it comes to maintaining good wellness. Stress can linger for days and drag you on.
It is very easy to find signs of not being well and healthy. These signs can either be very obvious or hard to see.
Stress can be overbearing, annoying, and can cause a slur of emotions. Handling those emotions and reacting accordingly is a sign of good wellness.
Ways to maintain stress:Eat regular, complete mealsKeep a food logIdentify reason for stressLook forward to something everyday (reading, movies, etc)Ask someone for support
Some signs of being stressed are:Skipping mealsOveruse of caffeine Frequent headachesFeeling overwhelmedIrritability
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Physical wellness is having a balance of physical activity, the best nutrition, and mental well-being
Being Physically well has so many benefits. These benefits improve well.. you!
There are 5 different components to physical wellness. Understanding them is the easy part, though!
When you are physically well, you lower your risk of disease and reduce the chance of depression. You can also increase your life expectancy, gain confidence, gain stronger AND healthier bones, and improve your sleep.
Engaging in simple activities for 30 minutes a day can make a big change. Being persistent is the hardest part. You do not have to be 'good' to do this. Go for a walk, run in place, etc. These simple tasks make a big difference.
Body Fat Composition is the amount of fat in your body.
A high body fat composition means one is more at risk of:Type 2 Diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease and stroke, kidney disease, sleep apnea , Osteoarthritis
When you have a lower body fat composition:Lower risk of cardiovascular disease, higher, metabolism, prevents diseases, stronger bones, reduces the chance of Type 2 Diabetes, and a longer life