The Importance of Occupational Wellness

Occupational Wellness

 Occupational Wellness  The Importance of Occupational Wellness Occupational wellness is the ability to achieve a balance between work and leisure in a way that promotes health, a sense of personal satisfaction and is (for most people) financially rewarding. A person who is doing exactly what they want to do in life and is comfortable and content with their work and leisure plans is in a healthy state of occupational wellness. Our attitude and ability to effectively deal with work, school, and career goals greatly affect wellness, performance, interactions with others…

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Strategies to Enhance your Physical Wellness

Strategies to Enhance your Physical Wellness

Strategies to Enhance your Physical Wellness The physical dimension of wellness involves encouraging regular activities that produce endurance, flexibility and strength. Physical Wellness The physical dimension of wellness encourages cardiovascular flexibility and strength and also encourages regular, physical activity. Physical development encourages knowledge about food and nutrition and discourages the use of tobacco, drugs and excessive alcohol consumption. Physical Wellness encourages consumption and activities which contribute to high level wellness, including medical self-care and appropriate use of the medical system. As you travel the physical wellness path, you’ll strive to…

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6 ways to improve your emotional wellness

ways to improve your emotional wellness

6 ways to improve your emotional wellness The winter months can be tough. From holiday cheer hangovers to the winter blues, there are many reasons people feel a little down this time of year. Emotions are how you feel at any given time. From happiness to sorrow, for better or worse, we are able to feel a wide variety of emotions—sometimes at the same time. When considering wellness, people tend to think of physical activity or nutrition first. But your emotional well-being is a crucial part of your overall health.…

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How do you increase your spiritual wellness

spiritual wellness

Spiritual wellness :- How do you increase your spiritual wellness The trouble with the average lifestyle today is that it becomes so easy for us to disassociate ourselves from the spiritual. We exercise, we go to counseling for our relationship problems, we read to beef up on current news, industry jargon and intellectual concepts – but we tend to neglect our spirituality. Do you question whether you live each day consistent with your values, principles and beliefs? How often do you ask yourself whether you are fulfilling your life’s purpose?…

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Random! Ed Sheeran Played His New Album for the ‘Game of Thrones’ Cast During ‘Surreal’ House Party

Random! Ed Sheeran Played His New Album for the

Random*! Ed Sheeran Played His New Album for the ‘Game of Thrones’ Cast During ‘Surreal’ House Party So, Jon Snow and Zach Braff walk into Ed Sheeran‘s house in the middle of the night… Nope, that’s not a joke. Sheeran recently hosted the cast of Game of Thrones for an impromptu late night soiree — which apparently turned into an album listening party — the singer said in a radio interview on The Cooper Lawrence Show on 106.1 WBLI in Long Island, New York, on Friday. The interview will air…

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Golden Globes British actors among the winners

Golden Globes British actors among the winners British actors are among the winners at a Golden Globes ceremony that mixes celebration with anti-Trump feeling. British talent put on a strong show at the Golden Globes, with winners including stars from The Night Manager and The Crown. Aaron Taylor-Johnson, 26, was among the early winners with a nod for best supporting actor in a movie for his role in Tom Ford’s film Nocturnal Animals. He dedicated his award to his wife film-maker Sam Taylor-Johnson, 49, describing her as his soulmate and thanking…

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Children’s mental health funding to plug NHS gaps is ‘like theft’, says former health minister

Using children's mental health funding

Children’s mental health funding to plug NHS gaps is ‘like theft’, says former health minister Norman Lamb adds new pledges by Theresa May are ‘puny response to a burning injustic’ The former care minister has blasted GPs for the “theft” of hundreds of millions of pounds earmarked for children’s mental health care to spend on plugging gaps left by cuts. Liberal Democrat MP Norman Lamb, who served as care minister in last coalition government, said he would grill the Government in Parliament over what he called a roadblock to the improvement…

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Brexit UK will be ‘front of line’ for US trade deal, Donald Trump’s team reassures Boris Johnson

Brexit: UK will be 'front of line' for US

Brexit UK will be ‘front of line’ for US trade deal, Donald Trump’s team reassures Boris Johnson Mr Johnson is holding meetings with the President-elect’s aides in the States Donald Trump’s team have reassured Boris Johnson that the US will seek a trade deal with the UK as fast as possible followingBrexit. The President-elect’s key aides told the Foreign Secretary in America that Britain would be “front of the line” when it became possible to negotiate. Theresa May needs to bring Boris Johnson under control Mr Johnson travelled to the States…

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Opening of Jesus Christ’s tomb for first time in 500 years leads to new discovery

Opening of Jesus Christ's tomb for first time in 500 years leads to new discovery

Opening* of Jesus Christ’s tomb for first time in 500 years leads to new discovery The tomb’s contents provides ‘visible proof that the spot the pilgrims worship today really is the same tomb the Roman Emperor Constantine found in the 4th century’ The tomb believed to be the place where Jesus was laid has been opened for the first time in centuries. For decades, archaeologists and theologians have debated over whether the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem is the site where Christ was supposedly buried and resurrected after being crucified.…

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Religious people understand the world less, study suggests

Religious people understand the world less, study suggests

Religious people understand the world less, study suggests Religious people are more likely to have a poorer understanding of the world and are more likely to believe objects like rocks and paper have human qualities, scientists say. Researchers at the University of Helsinki compared believers in God or the paranormal to people with autism after finding they tend to struggle to understand the realities of the world around us. Religious beliefs were linked with a weaker ability to understand physical and biological phenomenon such as volcanoes, flowers, rocks and wind without giving them…

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