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  • “IF YOU HAVE HEALTH, YOU HAVE HOPE; AND IF YOU HAVE HOPE, YOU HAVE EVERYTHING.”

WHY THE HEALTH NOT?

 

Our mission is to be the number one resource for health worldwide. Guided by the Pillars of Wellness, we strive to connect individuals with wellness providers so everyone may lead a truly thriving lifestyle. To do this, we produce engaging educational materials, utilize unique marketing strategies and develop applications to coach our users towards achieving their goals.

 

We will also provide everyone the support of a team of employees whose priority is making wellness accessible to everyone. By increasing access to wellness and emphasizing preventative care we help individuals live healthier, save money, reduce disease and live longer.

OUR WIDE WORLD OF WELLNESS

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WHAT DOES WELLNESS MEAN?

It’s important to understand that your health isn’t limited to how you feel physically. That’s why we’ve developed the 6 Pillars of Well-ness. With the right care, our pillars can withstand the test of time.

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PHYSICAL

The physical pillar is the simplest to understand. This is because your body has been telling you how it feels your entire life. You grew up listening to your body telling you when it’s hungry or thirsty, tired or energetic. You have a very close relationship with your body, so let’s use that to better understand physical wellness and how the pillars work.

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EMOTIONAL 

Perhaps the least understood pillar is our emotional pillar. Emotional wellness is the pillar that supports your mental health as well as your ability to understand how and why you feel the way you do. Having an awareness of your feelings is not enough, it’s important to understand how your feelings affect your day to day life and the ways that others impact your feelings.

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SOCIAL

Social media would have you believe that the purpose of being social is to achieve more likes, shares, and followers. Which, if taking the best picture of your food were the goal, then they might be correct.

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INTELLECTUAL

If you’ve made it this far through this article, then chances are your intellectual wellness is already pretty solid. Not only is your attention span performing well, but the mere fact that you want to learn more about your wellness indicates you have a thirst for knowledge. If you’ve found any spelling or grammatical errors, then perhaps you’re too intellectually healthy and I’m doing more harm for you than good. Intellectual wellness is about making healthy choices for your cognition.

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FINANCIAL

“Money can’t buy you happiness, but it can buy you spritzers, and spritzers make you happy.” While I agree that money can’t buy happiness, understanding how to be financially well, does make being happy more likely. Financial wellness is not just the state of your bank account. Financial wellness is the ability understand how to make your finances work for you to achieve your other life goals. If your life goals are to have a decent income, savings or retirement then working to achieve these goals can add stress when not done properly or relieve stress when they work well.

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SPIRITUAL           

Spiritual wellness is not a matter of faith though I do hope you’ll have some faith in this pillar of wellness. For some, spirituality is a matter of religious faith, an opportunity to belong and be a member of a larger, more positive organization. That doesn’t mean you can’t be spiritually well outside of religion or faith in a deity. The purpose of faith is different for every individual and it’s important to understand that spiritual wellness includes not merely the tolerance of other’s faiths, but rather, having an appreciation for other faiths and cultures, even if it’s unlike yours.

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