What is personal health?

  • Personal Health is the ability to take charge of your health by making conscious decisions to be healthy. It not only refers to the physical well being of an individual but it also comprises the wellness of emotional, intellect, social, economical, spiritual and other areas of life.

    Personal Health is the ability to take charge of your health by making conscious decisions to be healthy. It not only refers to the physical well being of an individual but it also comprises the wellness of emotional, intellect, social, economical, spiritual and other areas of life.

    Personal health is not the absence of illness, it is the presence of good mental and physical well-being with the positive capacity to enjoy the moment and look forward to the future.

    Chronic pain goes with depression. It’s a real drag. The greatest effect is the fact he world isn’t made to accomodate the sick or crippled. You have to be able to get things done in a certain amount of time or you face consequences. That time limit (such as the amount of days you get to respond to a parking ticket etc) is based on a healthy person. You can’t park at the middle or rear of a car park so your options go way down unless the cripple spot is vacant.

    Omg! PEOPLE! One in every five people is a bully and they all come out of the woodwork when you’re vulnerable. The behaviour I have received is shocking and probably difficult to believe.

    The world is a different place.

    The emergencies, you get a lot them and a bit too often too. 2 weeks ago was my last one. I did two chin ups and spent two days in agony with deep vein thrombosis. You try to recover but you can’t push yourself. You have to let it happen sloooow.

    My dog, Task. is my emotional support while I am at home and my Service Dog (in training) while I am anywhere else. I have an illness that causes me to pass out, sometimes without warning. He will lay on me until I wake up. It is called “pressure therapy”, which means the pressure on my chest after passing out will help wake me up quicker. If it weren’t for him, I may be a young woman laying in the middle of a parking lot at night, and who knows what a person with ill intentions would do. He is a safe space. He is my distraction when I feel overwhelmed. He is my whole world.

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    The ability to take charge of you health by making Conscientious decisions to be healthy..It not only refers to the physical well being of the individual but also comprises the emotional, intellect,social,economical,, spiritual and other areas of life.

    When I was a child, I was extremely shy and timid. Even around relatives, I did not feel comfortable interacting with them. As I mature, I slowly took notice of this weakness and felt it to be abnormal. I have wondered why I feel this way, and the others are perfectly fine and comfortable.

    I was bullied when I was in highschool and I this has affected me in a negative way too. The more I became aloof and timid. The more paranoid I became thinking everyone was always watching my every move every second of every day.

    I only sought help here in the United States just to check if there was really something wrong with me. Found out that I was depressed and Bipolar. 😮 I was given medications and those have helped me a lot. However, I still don’t feel a hundred percent even with meds.

    Nature takes us away from the bombardment of stimuli from the artificial world that we live in. Our reward system adapts to the constant feedback that we receive through technology. Taking a break from the artificial world to experience the simplicities that nature offers allows us to relax and step back to contemplate the flood of information that we are so accustomed to.

    Consider why food becomes so dull when it is consumed over and over repetitively. We need a stream of novelty to progress forward. This is why ADHD cases have skyrocketing over the years. This is skewed by the rise of misdiagnosed cases due to distractions….Think of insta-GRAM, insta-NT GRATIFICATION, insta-NTANEOUS, etc.

    We have adapted to a society that has a propensity to become more impatient due to any hindrance from receiving an instant result….Nature provides a balance between both poles. It allows us to step away from these stressors that we may not even be aware of. This is why stress is considered “the SILENT killer.”

    This type of reward feedback is more nourishing over a longer time span because such contemplation in a relaxation setting really soaks in and makes a lasting impact. The stress and piling of responsibilities that match the high demand of our society can sap our energy over time. Sometimes, we need a break to recharge and help align our mindset in the positive direction.

    Nature is a catalyst for building up mental, physical, and spiritual balance and well-being. Enjoying the simple moments in life can reap many rewards in the long run in terms of promoting serenity.

    Several ways. First, the poor are subject to enormous amounts of stress which is almost constantly causing the release of hormones that interfere with tissue repair and immune function. Second, the poor tend to work more hours at often, multiple physically demanding jobs that expose them to injury, lack of sleep, traffic accidents and on the job injury. Last but not least, there is the lack of access to adequate health care that can catch disease processes early when they’re cheaper and easier to handle and can keep the disease from becoming chronic and expensive to treat.

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    You’ll get why I’m here in 3 paragraphs.

    1. Don’t be an asshole—drink diet soda. It contains zero calories and no, aspartame won’t kill you. Compared with regular soda, it’s a waistline-saver. If you prefer dihydrogen monoxide (as I do,) that’s totally cool too.
    2. Walk wherever you can and take the damn stairs.
    3. Sleep 8+ hours a night. If Jeff Bezos has the time, you do too.
    4. Don’t drink any [insert caffeinated drink here] in the evening. Caffeine has a half-life of ≈5 hours. Don’t mask your previous nights bad sleep by compromising your coming night. It’s like taking a consumer loan to pay your student debt.
    5. Eat some fruits and/or vegetables with every meal. You’re (likely) a grown-up. Act like one.
    6. Have a bottle of water on your work desk. Make sure it’s empty at certain times a day. Refill it. Rinse and repeat.
    7. Train at least 3 times a week. It doesn’t have to be the gym. Run. Swim. Do calisthenics. It doesn’t matter much what you do, but challenge yourself. The benefits, for your body and mind’s longevity and function, are priceless. 3 hours a week is like less than 2% of your time. Don’t be an asshat.
    8. Meditate 10 minutes a day. The science is in, and while it may not make you a Zen monk able to bend time and space, the benefits are real.
    9. Don’t eat kale unless you like it. It tastes like ass and is totally not worth it.
    10. Take care of yourself. Don’t get too caught up in this crazy life


    My wife’s family is Dutch, but her parents migrated to Canada before she was born and then to the United States when she was a child.

    In their household, they deliberately decided to use English exclusively. So, her parents never taught her Dutch.

    In her late forties and early fifties, my wife wanted a way to bond with her father after her mother’s passing, so my wife asked him to teach her Dutch. Over two years, she learned it, and she now has pretty good conversational fluency, just with a thick American accent.

    They managed this by getting children’s books in Dutch, then reading them together. My wife would try and translate it using a dictionary, then cross-check her work with her father, who coached her in grammar and word-choice. Eventually, they started doing two separate Skype sessions of one-hour each on a weekly basis, in which my wife would talk to relatives back in Holland for practice hearing the language aloud and interacting in real-time.

    Then, they upped their game and started doing English-to-Dutch translations of modern literature—mostly Terry Pratchett.

    So, here’s a case where a parent taught his daughter Dutch when the daughter was in the late forties and the parent was in the early seventies. You can start really late in life if you both work at it! However, it’s always easier to do it as a child.

    Short-term: To keep my body physically fit so I can play sports without getting exhausted or injured. And I like how my body looks as a result of working out. I want to eat ad healthy as possible now due to the long term effects I will have but this is difficult. Another reason is the positive effect eating well has on your mood. I also want to stay close with my friends and family and talk/see them as frequently as possible. As life goes on I’ll only get more busy and live further from them. I need to spend time with them while I can. It’s also very good for social/mental/emotional health.

    Long term: I want too be able to move well. I mean walking and using stairs. There are so many people I see that have trouble doing those things. I want to take care of myself to assure I am not the reason I can’t do those things. And I want to continue exercising to some extent. I want to eat healthy to avoid diseases that a bad diet leads to. Even if I can’t see friends and family as often as I’d like to, I want to keep up my communication with them.

    Overall: I’m looking to remain physically fit and able. I want to eat well, have few health problems, and live a long time at a high level of health/ability. I want to stay stress free and generally happy. Content with my level of socializing. And I want to always be excited for where I am and where I’m going.

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    as per me, Health is not a noun, its a verb as its the first foremost important thing in life which is an ongoing process…. if you are not healthy you cannot enjoy any wealth or relationship in your life… so take health as a verb & take care of it on top priority.. lost money can be earned again but lost health cannot be earned, it can only be treated then…..Take care

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