Well-being is a positive outcome that is important to individuals and to many facets of society, as it tells us that people think their lives are going well. Good living conditions (e.g., housing, employment) are central to well-being. Monitoring these conditions is important for public policy. However, several measures that quantify living circumstances, such as the quality of their relationships, their positive feelings, and their positive emotions, fail to assess what people think and feel about their lives.
In terms of physical health, people mostly think of wellness: diet, exercise, weight loss, etc., but there is so much more to it. Wellness is a holistic physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being integration that fuels the body stimulates the mind and nurtures the spirit. Although it still involves striving for wellbeing, it is all about truly living life and a customized approach to living life in a way that …” Allows you to become the best kind of individual that will enable your ability, circumstances, and fate.
Wellness comprises 8 aspects that are mutually interdependent: physical, intellectual, emotional, social, moral, vocational, economic, and environmental. All dimensions need to be taken into account, (Which we will still discuss one after the other) as neglect of each one will adversely affect others over time, and eventually one’s health, well-being, and quality of life. However, they do not have to be equally balanced. Instead, we should try to aspire for a “personal peace” that feels most real to us. Naturally, we have our own ambitions, plans, and expectations, and our own ideas of what it means to truly live life.