Imagine millions of people every where interested in their wellness and searching for ways to improve their wellness? What is wellness worth to them, what is it worth to you?
There are some key factors that’s causing a boom in this industry and it is driven by the fact that there is the desire in people like you and I to educate ourselves and take control of our wellness.
Other factors include an increase in new diseases that would make our grandparents swoon, now impacting our health, this has created new interests and people are becoming more aware of the part they can play in improving their wellness.
The other is the awareness of pharmaceutical side effects, with the growth of the internet giving us access to more information on wellness improvement.
Though wellness is not the same as health, one impacts the other. Wellness is a state of ongoing being that changes and fluctuates by how well we live, work and play. Health on the other-hand, encompasses our physical well-being and all the parts that link our physical and mental functions. While you can be healthy and unwell for a time, maintaining a state of perpetual unwell will eventually lead to ill health. Fortunately, wellness can still be attained if you have a health disorder.
For the past 15 years my company has specialized in helping people at work customize their wellness plans, so they can reduce risks of ill health. Though it’s been proven that some health challenges are genetic, studies prove that a customized wellness plan and wellness practice can delay or prevent these genetics from taking hold or even showing up as health disorders.
This month we are helping our website visitors and contacts measure their environmental wellness so they can see how their environment is impacting their wellness. An informed mind is a healthy mind. Complete the wellness assessment here.
To your wellness,
Joyce Odidison is a Conflict Analyst, Coach, and founder of Interpersonal Wellness Services Inc. & Coaching Institute. She consults, teaches and coaches with mid-career professionals and organizations to improve performance within the workplace. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at: 1-877-999-9591.