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Physical Wellness for Holistic Health

What is Physical Wellness?

A holistic approach to life includes active participation in your health decisions and healing processes, and to make wellness-oriented lifestyle choices.

Physical Wellness promotes proper care of your body for peak health and functioning. It is highly important for optimum health and an integral part of the 8 Dimensions of Wellness. A variety of components support physical well-being, including: nutrition, strength, flexibility, aerobic conditioning, balance, weight, personal care and sleep.

Basically, Physical Wellness consists of consuming a healthy diet, physical exercise, avoiding harmful addictive habits, respecting your body and keeping it out of harm’s way. How you choose to take care of yourself today will not only affect your present self, but will also impact your future self as well.

There are eight dimensions of wellness: physical, emotional, spiritual, environmental, financial, social, intellectual and occupational. These dimensions are interrelated with another and are equally vital in the pursuit of optimum health. By understanding, maintaining and optimizing each dimension of wellness, an optimal level of health and wellness can be reached.

The physical wellness dimension encourages the balance of physical activity, nutrition and mental well-being to keep your body in top condition.

Why is Physical Wellness Important?

Physical Wellness is extremely important to a balanced life and is interrelated to other areas of holistic health and wellness. For example:

  • Diet, exercise and rest have a profound effect on Emotional Wellness.

  • Exercise is a great way to connect to Spiritual Wellness (practicing Yoga, Tai Chi, and mediation).

  • Exercising with others can help build healthy relationships for Social Wellness.

  • Taking walks outside will increase Environmental Wellness.

Total health reaches far beyond Physical Wellness, but adequate Physical Wellness provides a good foundation for a whole and complete life.

For Optimum Physical Wellness:

  • Eat a healthy, balanced diet (organic preferred to avoid toxic additives and GMOs).

  • Participate in regular exercise and physical activity.

  • Perform regular hygiene routines and doctor's visits.

  • Avoid toxic overload by choosing organic and natural skin care, body care, hair care, cosmetics and household products.

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  • Keep your body out of harm's way. Avoid addictive habits and/or risky behaviors.

  • Get adequate rest and relaxation.

  • Manage and balance your other personal dimensions of wellness.

Remove Toxins From Your Daily Life for Optimum Physical Wellness

In order to combat what our chemical happy society has unleashed and to maintain optimum physical wellness, avoid products that contain the toxic ingredients that can harm your health and the environment, and use products made with natural and organic ingredients instead.

The best way to accomplish this, is to learn how to identify toxins in products and then confidently choose toxin-free, all natural product alternatives. This could take a lot of time and effort researching ingredients and testing products, but we've already done the dirty work HERE at Natural Living For You!

Are you engaged in the process of physical wellness?

  • Do you know your important health numbers, like my cholesterol, weight, blood pressure, and blood sugar levels?

  • Do you get annual physical exams?

  • Do you avoid using tobacco products or other addictive drugs?

  • Do you get sufficient amount of sleep?

  • Do you have an established exercise routine?

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