Personal Definition of Health

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Personal Definition of Health
22 October 2012
Personal Definition of Health Being healthy to me means myself being at a constant point of neutrality within all six dimensions of health and wellness within my environment. Life expectancy, overall wellness, and promoting my quality of life all attribute to my meaning of health. The most important values to me from the dimensions of health would be physical and intellectual. The least important values to me would be environmental and spiritual factors. Lastly, the three main health behaviors that are most important to me are eating healthy, exercising daily, and avoiding drug use to achieve overall wellness. Physical health includes characteristics such as fitness, body size and shape, body functions, and activities of daily living (ADL), which relate to me significantly because I am a very physically fit individual. I eat healthy food, go to the gym every other day, and perform all activities of daily living that I need to do which attributes to my overall health and well being (Anitei). Intellectual health is the ability for me to think clearly, use brainpower, and make important decisions that need to be made in order to attribute to my overall wellness. Intellectuality relates to me because I need to make smart decisions in order to live a successful future, as well as to use the brainpower to make those right choices (Donatella). I wouldn’t be the person I am today if it wasn’t for my value of physical and intellectual wellness dimensions of health. Some health dimensions aren’t as important to me because everybody has their strengths and weaknesses when it comes to health factors. For example, environmental factors aren’t significant to me because I live in an environmentally safe environment already, so I don’t have to worry about many toxins, pollutants, etc.… around where I live. Spiritual factors are not as important to me as well...
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