The six dimensions of health are Physical, Social, Mental, Emotional, Spiritual and Environmental.
2.Describe why you feel the identified three dimensions are your strongest areas.
3.Choose one of the three remaining dimensions you feel needs improvement. Briefly discuss why that dimension is important for you to address at this time.
4.Discuss personal choices you could make and habits you could change to improve your health in the domain you identified as a needs improvement area.
5.Discuss what you want to learn in this course to help you lead a healthy lifestyle.
Your solution below is a simulation of how I would answer the questions you've posted above in relation to the health and philosophy course you are taking at the moment. Use it as your guide.
Dimensions of Health & My Strong Suits
It has been identified that there are 6 dimensions of health; all of these must be present in a human being in order to be truly healthy:
? Social Health - the social dynamics one enjoys influences a person's state of being; relationships with loved ones, co-workers, friends and a health interaction with members of society contributes to a full life.
? Intellectual Health - the mental pursuits one engages in contributes to a great understanding of the world; learning, reflecting, understanding - the act of knowing and questioning to know keeps the mental state busy enhancing self-esteem and positive attitudes.
? Physical Health - the actual physical state of the body dictates the capacity one has in living (nutrition, exercise, medical state, etc.)
? Emotional Health - The balance of feelings - negative & positive influences how one is and how one sees or moves in the world; the capacity to express and the capacity to understand how others feel is important.
? Environmental Health - How one 'feels' about one's environment influences one's state of being.
? Spiritual Health - One's state of personal belief, however touchy adds to a person's sense of who he is and his place ...
The solution is a simulated essay from a first-person viewpoint that provides a reflective analysis of personal practices, choices, habits and views in relation to the 6 dimensions of health that affects our lives and well being (see original problem).