Where are you at on the body wheel? Determine your rating of 0-10 then enter it into the form below to RECEIVE tips.
What do the Categories Mean?
- Do I have ways to reduce stress in my life? Am I able to make decisions with a minimum of stress and worry?
- Do I get consistent and adequate sleep?
- Are you happy with your current weight? Do I feel good about how my body looks and feels?
- Do I eat a variety of healthy foods? Do I drink enough water? Do I avoid processed and junk foods? Do eat plenty of vegetables?
- Do I know important health numbers, like my cholesterol, weight, blood pressure, and blood sugar levels? Do I get annual physical exams? Am I pretty healthy overall?
- Is my body strong and resilient? Can my body easily handle the physical demands that I place on it? Can I lift 50 pounds without problem?
- Can I run 1 mile? Do I get my heart rate up for thirty minutes a day at least three times a week? Do I get out and walk regularly?
- Positive Life Choices (i.e., Drug and Alcohol Free)
- Do I avoid abusing drugs and alcohol? Are you a non-smoker and avoid second hand smoke? Do I practice safe sex?
Enter in your ratings to receive some helpful tips for your lowest scores.
As part of your path to Physical Wellness we want you to:
- set and accomplish goals in a way that is empowering and exciting;
- work to achieve and maintain your ideal weight;
- understand and reduce your cravings;
- increase your energy levels;
- feel great in your body;
- learn about new foods and how you can easily incorporate them;
- improve your personal relationships; and
- discover the confidence to create the life you want.
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Chronic stress can be very hazardous to your health and well-being. Big and small stressors that build over time without rest turn into chronic stress. Big stressors can include financial trouble, problems at work, relationship conflicts, or any major life changes such as the loss of a loved one. Smaller stressors can include hectic daily commutes, frantic mornings, and conflicts with coworkers. The smaller stressors can add up over time and turn into chronic stress. Physical stress also plays a role such as when an athlete is training for an event or when a person is fighting a chronic illness.