Physical wellness refers to maintaining a balanced diet, sleeping enough and engaging in regular physical activity such as sports. Furthermore, it includes avoiding harmful substances like drugs, tobacco and excessive alcohol and seeking medical advice when necessary in order to stay healthy and avoid illness and injuries.
Lack of restful zzz's can result in decreased energy, memory issues and emotional instability - so to maintain good health children and adults should get at least 8 hours of restful zz's each night.
Eat Healthy Foods
Eating healthily means including fruits, vegetables and whole grains in your daily diet while keeping track of sugar intake as too much can contribute to obesity and heart disease.
Try to aim for 30 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity each day, whether that's 10 or 30 minutes - whatever suits you! If that is too much initially, start small by starting with 10 minutes at a time until your endurance increases over time.
Get Some Sun Sunshine provides essential vitamin D, which strengthens bones and boosts the immune system. Try spending at least five minutes outdoors every day - even during winter!
Create Fun Exercise Activities
Find creative ways to get kids and adults moving, such as picking apples or taking a nature walk, playing indoor hopscotch, hula hooping and treasure hunting. Encourage them to join recreational teams or sign up for active classes like yoga, dance or martial arts classes to keep moving!