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Illness-wellness continuum

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Introduction

Illness-wellness continuum This is to show the various degrees of wellness and illness Towards the right hand side of the diagram the first section is awareness. Awareness knows what it take to say fit and healthy for example excising 5 times a week and eat 5 fruit or vegetable a day The next section is education. This is knowing what the outcome or result is .for example knowing that exerting make you loses wait Growth is the next section .Growth is were the changes happen like when ...read more.

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and the doctor diagnoses you with an illness Disability is the next section when your illness gets so bad you can't do things for your self .if you did not do anything about it about it will end up in premature death. It is relatively easy to achieve eye level wellness. To do this you should not: smoke, drink to much, and you should have a healthy diet. ...read more.

Conclusion

deodorant. It is important that people educate people about their health or wellness this could be from documentary or change for life adverts. Culture has a big impact on peoples heath and well being and it has changed a lot over the years e.g. pizza hut salad bar in places like America fast food restaurants are more common that's why more American people are obese. In places like china where they eat more rice and vegetables there are a lot less heart disease this is because they are a lot more aware. Mathew Stevenson A01 Unit 3 ...read more.

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