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Information on Wellness

Information on Wellness

What is wellness and where do we go to learn about wellness? Wellness is defined as our overall good health and the condition sustained by healthy eating and fitness habits. We have so many places to turn to for wellness information, that it would be impossible to cover all the possibilities in one article.  However, we’ll cover the most common places to look, and let the reader take it from there.

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The major sources of wellness information are available to everyone, everywhere.  Libraries, the internet, your physical fitness instructor, and your health teachers are all viable avenues of information sources.  The library contains more information about health and wellness than you could possibly read in a year’s time.  There are magazines, periodicals, medical journals, and all sorts of books written on ways to become fit, maintain fitness, or participate in fitness activities.

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There are sources of information that explain the benefits of being well, the physical benefits, the mental benefits, the social benefits, and the self-esteem and emotional benefits.  The library will also usually have video and audio information available on almost any topic covered by the reading material.  They may even have wellness tapes available for viewing.  Often, the library provides the opportunity for the low-income to access materials that otherwise would not be available.  Video and audio tapes are examples of this opportunity.

The internet opens more windows on wellness than the library since the internet is a compilation of many libraries, news articles, newspapers, and individual input.  You have only to type in the word wellness using one of the available search engines, and suddenly you’ve got more sources of information than you can research. Search engines often return information in the order of actual relevance to your search words.  So bear that in mind as you search.  The first couple of pages will contain the most relevant information on wellness.  You can locate information about wellness, local wellness programs, and instructors who specialize in one-on-one wellness evaluations and personal attainment plans.

Your local school physical education instructor and health teachers are invaluable sources of wellness information, in that they have an education in health and well-being.  They are privy to the most sought-after reliable sources of real wellness benefits.  Many of the articles you will find, and much of the information you read, is not 100% accurate, ask a teacher, or instructor actually involved in wellness programs, and you are going to receive much more accurate feedback

Your federal government publishes massive quantities of information about health and wellness in this country, from many different perspectives. The United States Department of Agriculture is responsible for determining our daily recommended allowances, and as such, accumulates much information about wellness programs, the state of physical and mental wellness in the United States, and how well we participate in wellness programs.

Past these sources, and check out your local fitness center.  Quite often they have random information posted, current magazines, and periodicals that address current wellness issues and often offer interested persons the chance to observe wellness in action.

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DISCLAIMER:

This information is not presented by a medical practitioner and is for educational and informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare providers with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read.
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