Physical wellbeing seems like a global term for a lot of topics:
exercise, diet, sexual health, genetics, etc. Although there is a
lot to keep in mind with physical health, we can all live well with
a proactive approach and a little nurturing. Respect your body by
eating healthy foods and staying hydrated. Build your
physical endurance through regular exercise and respect your body's
need for rest.
Think about this...
- What physical activity do you most enjoy? How often do you do
this activity vs. how often would you like to?
- Are you conscious of the foods you put into your body?
- When you get regular physical activity, do you recognize a
change in your cognitive ability, physical strength and sense of
Here are a few pages about ways to stay healthy with limited
time, space or money.
For information about the nutritional side of physical health,
check out our Eatwell page!
Learn how to "Eat Right" with food, nutrition, and health tips
from the American Dietetic Association:
For information about activities and recipes to benefit the
physical wellbeing of the whole family, check out our family wellbeing page.
Keep Your Memory At Its Best With Sleep
Skimping on sleep can affect the brain in many ways. Planning,
problem-solving, learning, concentration, working memory and
alertness all take a hit. Luckily, it's reversible. As
little as one to two hours of extra sleep can improve
performance on tasks requiring sustained attention, such as an