As far back as Hippocrates (460-370 BC), physicians and philosophers alike have understood the importance of balance in all areas of life as a key to good health. Hippocrates himself described illness in terms of balance disruption between the individual and their environment.
Maintaining physical wellness is critical to good health and a productive life.
Wellness is tied to our physical environment. The healthier our environment, the healthier we will be.
Managing emotional wellness and coping with stress are important steps to holistic wellness.
No matter your beliefs, a healthy spiritual life is a strong component to wellness.
One of the most important facets to a healthy life is having contact with family and friends.
As humans, we are always learning and growing. Keeping our mind active is one key to wellness.
Get out and move.
A healthy weight.
Maintain a balanced diet. Reduce salt and sugar.
Get a checkup and take medications as prescribed by your doctor.
Become aware of potentially harmful substances in your home.
Take steps to reduce exposure to allergens.
Protect your skin and drink plenty of water.
Be prepared when traveling and wear layers for warmth.
Learn to cope.
Go to bed at the same time every day.
Maintain relationships with friends and family.
Focus on the here and now.
Mindfulness can be a wonderful way to reduce stress and manage anxiety. Please watch our video.