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Dimensions of Wellness

What Are The Wellness Dimensions?

Wellness is an expanded concept of health. There are multiple levels of wellness within your life in addition to the common focus of physical health.

Wellness is much more than just about the physical being, it includes mental, emotional and spiritual wellness and so much more. If these areas of your life are not healthy or balanced, your wellness is greatly affected and physical wellness can be influenced negatively.

Enhancing all dimensions of wellness is a life-long process and it's never too late to start - so focus and start NOW!

There are multiple dimensions of wellness: Physical Wellness, Emotional Wellness, Spiritual Wellness, Environmental Wellness, Financial Wellness, Social Wellness, Intellectual Wellness and Occupational Wellness. These dimensions are interrelated with another and are equally vital in the pursuit of optimum health.

Wellness generally means a healthy balance of the mind, body and spirit, resulting in an overall feeling of “well-being”. It is a multidimensional and holistic encompassing lifestyle.

True wellness is determined by how well you live and experience life, regardless of the obstacles and circumstances that have come your way. By understanding, maintaining and optimization of each dimension of wellness, an ideal level of health and wellness can be reached.

Physical Wellness - The body achieves what the mind believes.

Physical Wellness is typically the most common thought of wellness within in the dimensions of wellness wheel. Usually when asking the question, "How are you feeling today?", the question is typically directly towards physical health. It's one of the easiest ways to relate to people.

Physical Wellness consists of good eating habits, physical exercise, avoiding harmful habits, going to doctor's visits, basically having respect for your own body and keeping it out of harm's way. How you take care of yourself each day not only effects your present state of Physical Wellness, but also your future self as well.

Emotional Wellness It is what it is. Accept it. Everything will be ok.

Emotional Wellness, just like Physical Wellness, is another dimension that will likely affect everyday life. It can either make the day more pleasurable or more difficult, depending on the circumstances.

Emotional Wellness consists of optimism, trust, good self-esteem, self-acceptance, self-confidence, self-control, healthy relationships, etc. It basically has much to do with self. If you are not happy with you, then Emotional Wellness is off balance and needs correction.

Emotional wellness is an important part of overall wellness and is closely interconnected and easily affected by a disturbance in any of the other dimensions of wellness.

Spiritual Wellness - No one is wrong. All are right.

Spirituality has different meanings to different people. Some believe in God, others in a higher being, others in science, others in meditation, etc. Typically, every person finds Spiritual Wellness on some level at some point within life.

Spiritual Wellness means to possess a set of guiding beliefs, values or principles that give YOU meaning and/or purpose in YOUR life. It gives you the capacity for love, compassion, forgiveness, joy and fulfillment. It gives you peace when dealing with anger, fear, anxiety and negative feelings. Spritiual Wellness helps bring people together and gives people a common bond. It especially helps during times of struggle.

Environmental Wellness - Hug a tree for God's sake.

Environmental Wellness, aka Planetary Wellness, inspires a lifestyle that is respectful of your immediate surroundings and expands to nature and the world around you. It encourages harmony with the Earth by taking action to protect it, involves being aware of the limits of the earth's natural resources, and understanding the impact your daily habits have on the environment and minimizing those impacts.

Environmental Wellness means recognizing your individual responsibility and taking action to live in harmony with earth and the environment by understanding the impact of your interactions with environment and taking action to protect the environment.

Financial Wellness - Buy/Have what you need and not what you want.

The underlying concept of financial wellness is financial security. It can be defined as a "state", "level" or "quality" of a person's financial health or wealth. Financial wellness can be created, conserved or lost and will fluctuate between changing circumstances.

Money provides access to products and services, and affords choices and opportunities. Money can bring a sense of security, peace of mind, economic freedom and enable options that help to seek and achieve a lifestyle that promotes health and wellness. Money or the lack thereof, has a huge affect on a person's life.

Financial wellness is interconnected and directly affects the other dimensions of wellness. Being able to distinguish between needs and wants is an important step to achieving financial wellness and attaining financial independence.

Social Wellness - Bond with Others. Get out there and talk, smile and interconnect.

Social Wellness, aka Interpersonal Wellness, involves building healthy, nurturing and supportive relationships as well as fostering a genuine connection with others. It involves participating in and contributing to your community, country and world.

Developing good comminication and social skills is important to overall health and allows for the development to have the capacity for intimacy. To be socially healthy means having the skills to socialize, be confident and function in all situations that involve other people. Social Wellness is very important to overall health.

Intellectual Wellness (Mental Wellness) - Think outside the box.

Intellectual Wellness, aka Mental Wellness, is to have the ability to have an open mind to learn new things. It is to have the ability to think outside the box and try problem solving from different perspectives. Mental Wellness also includes having a good sense of humor, creativity and curiosity.

An active curious mind is healthy to intellecutal wellness, as it detects problems, finds solutions and directs behavior. You will never stop exploring, discovering and learning with an intellectual brain.

Occupational Wellness - Do what you love and love what you do.

Occupational Wellness is the ability to obtain personal fulfillment from a job or a chosen career field, while maintaining personal life balance. It focuses on a search for a calling and involves exploring various career options and finding where you fit.

Because what we do for a living encompasses so much of our time, it's important for overall wellness to do what we love and love what we do. When doing what you are meant to do, your sense of meaning and purpose deepens.

When occupation wellness is at its best, you enjoy what you do and derive a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment through your work, in a manner that is consistent with your personal values, goals and lifestyle.

Natural Living for You encourages you to:

  • Balance and integrate your physical, emotional, spiritual, environmental, financial, social, intellectual and occupational aspects.

  • Make lifestyle choices that promote wellness, including living toxin-free and using Natural Product Alternatives.

  • Participate actively in your health decisions and healing processes.

  • Maintain healthy and respectful relationships with others, the environment and the world.

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