In everyday human life, we all experience health as a driving force in the decisions we make regarding our overall wellness and conditions universally. Health as we know it to be, is such a complex concept that there is so many different perspectives on what exactly constitutes as simply being “healthy”. As such, everyone has their own beliefs and views as to what living a fulfilling life style entails to be in a state one is truly satisfied with. Due to this, I myself am no exception in what I perceive as my own interpretations of being healthy and how I experience it within my daily life. The choices I voluntarily make are ones that impact how I feel in my awareness of being robust, and how those factors define my outlook of what health is.
Every second of simply being alive in a way is almost a tribute to one’s health. How we feel physically throughout the day, mentally from stress, and even emotionally from social interaction are all aspects of our health. One way these ideals came to prominence is from a quote the World Health Organization (WHO) used to define health in 1948, which follows as “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”. I find myself agreeing very strongly with the WHO because we experience health solely on these three major influences of physical, mental and social. The outermost part of the human body comprises of the nervous system and how we react to different stimuli. To many people physical attributes are considered an inferior part of health in comparison to mental; however the sensations experienced from it are how we feel major determinants such as pain that influence our overall mood and perception of life. Any activity simply done by using our bodies is physical, and as such we affect this form of health by our choices of whether to exercise or not, maintain balance or even by putting strain on the body. We also experience health from a mental...
Please join StudyMode to read the full document