Six Dimensions of Health Worksheet
For each of the following six dimensions of health, list at least one characteristic, activity, belief, or attitude that reflects that dimension in your life. Provide a brief explanation with each example. Refer to Ch. 1 in the text for explanations of these dimensions.
Physical health: Body size and shape. The ability to perform normal activities of daily living.
Social health: Ability to have satisfying relationships with others and your ability to adapt to social situations.
Intellectual health: Ability to have a clear mind and think clearly. Whether or not you can make successful, responsible decisions.
Environmental health: How well and how much you appreciate the external environment. What role you play in preserving, protecting and improving your living conditions.
Emotional health: Ability to express emotions. Self-esteem, self-efficiency and self-confidence including all other emotional responses.
Spiritual health: Spiritual health goes beyond religious beliefs, it’s what deep down side drives you to go on and make your decisions in everyday life. What goes into your value of life.
In approximately 125 to 200 words, describe health and wellness in your own words using the ideas and concepts for each of the six dimensions of health.
We will start with emotional health first, I feel that if you are spiritually healthy, content with your life decisions, then chances are you will be in a good emotional state. Once you’re in a good emotional state, happy and feeling good on a daily basis and able to handle situations, you’re going to be in a better Intellectual state. When you’re intellectually healthy, feeling confident in your studies and ability to make decisions for work and school, you’re going to be environmentally healthy. Environmentally healthy, your ability to get along in the outside world and be ok with your surroundings,