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The comprehensive meaning of Holistic Health emphasizes the connection of mind, body, and spirit. There are five aspects: physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and mental (intellectual). All five of these aspects of personal holistic health are what enables a person to truly live each day to the fullest and if one is compromised, likely other areas will be impaired as well.
Regarding health, physical health is what most people care about on a day-to-day basis. Because it often shows us physical signs and symptoms of either optimal or sub-optimal health or is biologically diagnosed.
Among all the diagnosable diseases, chronic degenerative diseases are the most common and costly physical health problems we face today. Fortunately, they are also among the most preventable. Adopting healthy behaviours such as eating nutritious food, being physically active and living a healthy lifestyle can prevent or control the devastating effects of these diseases. Indeed, scientists believe that most chronic degenerative diseases are caused by a combination of genetic and life habit factors – in particular poor nutrition.
Based on the concept of Holistic Health and Mind, Body, Spirit connection, many physical signs and symptoms in sub-optimal health, are our body’s reflection of other aspects of Holistic Health, For example, we often feel pains in the chest when we feel deep grief, or heartbeats accelerated when we feel nervous and anxious. Long-term anxiety might also lead to chronic neck pain and/or migraine, or even more severely, chronic heart diseases.
Emotional Health is a person’s ability to accept and manage feelings through challenge and change. Someone who is emotionally healthy can allow their emotions to be digestible. It includes both emotional intelligence and emotional regulation. Sometimes it is also overlapped with the broader understanding of mental health.
As to the connections among the 5 elements of Holistic Health, emotional distress leaves people susceptible to physical illness. Studies (Stewart-Brown, S., 1998) have shown that emotional distress is often linked to ailments like cardiovascular disease and the immune system; research (by Sinha, R. et al. 2004) on the underlying neurological circuitry indicates a connection with compulsive substance use and other dysfunctional behaviours.
An Emotionally Healthy person has many characteristics including Self-awareness, Self-Acceptance, the ability for Self-Compassion, emotional agility and living with purpose, as well as treating others with kindness and integrity.
Social Health is important enough that the World Health Organization includes it in their definition of health:” Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” That’s because having all kinds of meaningful relationships with other people can reduce stress and provide a sense of security that promotes good emotional health.
Social Health can be defined as our ability to interact and form relationships with family and community. It also relates to how comfortably we can adapt and interact in social situations. Social relationships have an impact on our mental health, physical health, and mortality risk. Ways that support your social health may include making time for in-person connections; getting involved in your local community and most importantly, setting boundaries with people in your life that increase stress or bring about toxic energy.
Spiritual Health does not necessarily mean that you need to become religious and has many dimensions. The present study revealed it can be explained as: living a purposeful life, transcendence, and actualization in different dimensions and capacities of human beings.
The last aspect of holistic health is Mental Health, which often overlaps with emotional health and has reflections on physical health because of the connection of body, mind, and spirit. The big distinction between emotional and mental health is that emotional health refers mostly to our daily mood and emotions, our mental health refers to our cognitive abilities that affect how our brain functions. Thus, mental health is also defined as intelligent health.
Mental illness is much more common than we imagine. According to the statistics from the Canadian Mental Health Association, in any given year, 1 in 5 people in Canada will personally experience a health problem or illness, and it can indirectly affect all Canadians at some point through a family member, friend, or colleague. By age 40, about 50% of the population will have or have had a mental illness. Not to mention those who feel they suffer from being diagnosed with depression or anxiety by having never visited a doctor to discuss the problem.
A complex interplay of genetic, biological, personality, and environmental factors causes mental illness. The study finds that intelligent people more at risk of mental illness. According to a study published in the Science Direct journal, intelligent people are at higher risk of mental illness. 20% of the Mensa community (people who have scored in the top 2% of intelligence tests) were diagnosed with anxiety disorders, double the percentage of the general population which is 10%. It is mostly because intelligent people have “hyper brains” which are more reactive to environmental stimulus and “may predispose them to certain psychological disorders as well as physiological conditions involving elevated sensory and altered immune and inflammatory responses (physical reflections on body)”.
The sad reality is that severe anxiety and depression can affect people’s behaviour, it can make them act in an awkward, weird, and stupid manner, and this can affect relationships with even the closest family members. They also have tendencies to bring physical and emotional harm to themselves and others. On the other side, stigma and discrimination often attached to mental illness present a serious barrier, not only to diagnosis and treatment but also to acceptance in the community.
However, along with the evolvement of Neuroscience and the practices in holistic health, the good news is that mental illnesses can be treated effectively. Rather than traditional psychiatric therapy, with its various drawbacks and complications, holistic mental health treatment as an alternative type of evidence and scientific-based intervention has gained traction.
Holistic treatment isn’t merely an attempt to alleviate the fatigue, anger, and anxiety that often come along with mental and emotional struggles, but to address the roots of disorders themselves. Going beyond a traditional approach to healing, a holistic approach can transform people’s perspectives on who they are, along with their perceptions of what is possible. It can help all of us to perceive ourselves in more expansive ways, evolve brains and intelligence, and create increasingly healthy, joyful, exciting, and fulfilling lives.
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