Well-Being: The Benifits Of Wellbeing, And Its Benefits
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Wellbeing and its Benefits
Wellbeing’, ‘life satisfaction’ and ‘quality of life’ are often used interchangeably, and incorporate both objective and subjective aspects of a person’s life – both observable facts (such as household income, family structure, educational achievement, health status) and an individual’s own feelings about these things and their life in general.
The benefits of well being
It is the right of any individual to be well physically, mentally, socially, emotionally, family-wise and even spiritually. Often time, this is not as easy as one might think as it requires a great deal of knowledge and wisdom for living. I have seen wealthy people striving to be healthy, and would be ready to pay for them to be restored back to a perfect health as they can afford anything. However, this is not always a fulfilled desire. Sometimes to remain healthy, may require enforcement and re-enforcement as described in the…show more content… This is the acknowledgment that quality of life/well-being has both objective components which are the components external to an individual and measurable by ‘others’ and subjective components which are personal assessments of one’s own life or of particular aspects of life using measures of satisfaction, happiness, or other self-assessment scales.
Many risk factors associated with preventable diseases that affect the physical bodies are prevalently rising as a result of modern lifestyles. The current system focusses more on financial income, success, jobs, and technology at the expense of intensive focus on wellbeing. The current lifestyles are embedded with modifiable risks, but a lot of efforts are still required. These risks can include tobacco usage, nutrition, and diet, alcohol consumption and exercise. As a result of which there is a tendency towards developing health