In order to have complete health and wellbeing, all parts of existence must be addressed and attention given. More often than not, the emphasis has been placed on the physical aspects which are necessary as a means to work the muscle groups and all major organs. However, as a human our health is dependent on three separate but interconnected pieces – seen and unseen. The first is the most obvious as it pertains to what can be seen, the actual physical body.
Keeping the body healthy tends to be the most straightforward and easiest to understand. Science has proven that without movement the muscles begin atrophy which eventually cause paralysis. The complexity of the human body is yet understood fully, but we do comprehend that without the body, the human experience can be a little tricky to get navigate through or with. The body, like any machine, has a few requirements to maximize the output.
Exercise & Physical Activity
Rest & Play are necessary
It has only been recently that science has been able to document and validate what Yogi’s have been saying for thousands of years. What you think does play a very real role in your health & wellbeing. UCLA scientists found that the stress hormone cortisol suppresses immune cells' ability to activate their telomerase.  <a href="http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/07/080715152325.htm" rel="nofollow">www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/07/080715152325.htm</a>;
A healthy Spirit is the foundation of true health - because, no matter how healthy they are, our bodies will all die someday. The Bible and other great books of wisdom teach us that our spirits can be reborn by believing. If your spirit is healthy, it will be that much easier to have a healthy soul and a healthy body, and you will be building health on a solid foundation. Strengthen your spirit by spending time communicating with the creator and divine presence that lives in each of us and in all that has been created.
A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones. Proverbs 17:22
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