The seven components of wellness

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  • 1. The Seven Components of Wellness Helping you live a healthier life. By Brett Reed
  • 2. 7 Components of Wellness
    • Environmental
    • Emotional
    • Social
    • Mental
    • Physical
    • Spiritual
    • Occupational
  • 3. Environmental
    • "The environmental component of wellness includes the ability to promote health measures that improve the standard of living and quality of life in the community, including laws and agencies the safeguard the physical environment."
  • 4. Emotional
    • "Emotional Wellness is the ability to control stress and to express emotions appropriately and comfortably."
  • 5. Social
    • “ The social component of wellness means having the ability to interact successfully with people and one's personal environment.”
  • 6. Mental
    • “ Intellectual Wellness involves the ability to learn and use information effectively for personal, family, and career development.”
  • 7. Physical
    • “ The physical component of wellness involves the ability to carry out daily tasks, develop cardio respiratory and muscular fitness, maintain adequate nutrition and a healthy body fat level, and avoid abusing alcohol and other drugs or using tobacco products.”
  • 8. Spiritual
    • " The spiritual component of wellness provides meaning and direction in life and enables you to grow, learn, and meet in new challenges."
  • 9. Occupational
    • "The occupational dimension of wellness comprises aspects of wellness that help achieve a balance between work and leisure in a way that promotes health and a sense of personal satisfaction."
  • 10. Bibliography
    • Chesapeake College
    • http://www.chesapeake.edu/wrobbins/