I am so happy to see this question. You see wellness covers a wide range. Fitness is a FORM of wellness. It is a physical and cardiovascular wellness. Wellness itself as a whole in my perception is to have overall wellness. I break it into two major sections: Physical wellness, which includes decent cardiovascular abilities, core strength and stability, balance, and flexibility. The second would be health wellness. This would include your proper intake of macro (fats, carbs, and protein) and micro (vitamins, minerals) nutrients as well as a lot of antioxidants to support healthy brain function, skin care, mood, energy, physical reparation and maintenance and immune system.
by Laura Schneider 5 years ago
Define "healthy" as it pertains to you personally.Do you consider yourself to be healthy, given the genes you were born with and the lifestyle you lead and your environment? (Regardless of outside information, such as what the doctor says.)
by andycool 7 years ago
How will you define a sexy woman? Is it about her body, or her eyes or lips, or her husky voice or anything related to her physical aspects... or is it about her attitude or intelligence or anything related to her intellectual aspects? Or is it an amazing combination of both?
by Yves 2 years ago
How do you define "handsome" or "beautiful?"For example, I have had people tell me that someone is handsome and I look at them and think, "Huh?" They look very nice, sort of...but handsome? I don't think so. Apparently, beauty really is in the eye of the beholder? In...
by jomine 7 years ago
To define means, to describe clearly, to convey a word's proper meaning.So I define "Exist" as having shape, a physical presence.Relativist say they never define, and hence can use words ambiguously and inconsistently. So the meaning is derived by the one who hear it, than by the one who...
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