Personal health assessment is a systematic functional data on health plans. It serves as a foundation of any successful wellness of health practices. Personal health assessment helps people to achieve the best health through proven health support technics, evidence-based actions, and caring coaches. (LM Health Works) Health describes wellness as an important aspect of a human being to live well. Wellness however is the positive approach to living good with a health body, health mind, and more important living without diseases. There are six dimensions of wellness in a healthy lifestyle. Namely, intellectual, emotional, social, physical, spiritual, and environmental. Three of these mentioned dimensions have been elaborated in details below. First, globally, the environmental dimension of wellness determines which kind of life a certain area can harbor. This in turn helps to develop different characteristics of the people and animals. The settlement of human life in an oasis found in a desert-like environment depends on the health of the planet. No human life can avail in the tropical rain forests, because of the abundance big trees, wild inhabitants and a concentration of billion insects. However, food security, water and the presence of penetrable areas enables human life to settle in many parts of the world. Furthermore, the current threat of the environmental pollution scares life and hence determines the environmental dimension of wellness as a strong area to debate. The second identifiable dimension is social. The way people interact determines how socially they live. Once a person is not happy the way he or she lives in a social life, it can affect his or her social surroundings. This can lead to lack of knowledge, friends and the need to invent and discover will be lucking. Therefore living in a well-balanced society with all kinds of benefits of life modules the life style of how people live socially. Other factors that influence social dimension...
References: Core Concepts in Health
Paul M. Insel, Walton T. Roth, (2008). Core Concepts. : The McGraw -Hill Companies
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