Toolkit for Wellbeing:

Physiological Wellbeing

Physiological Wellbeing Definition: A physical state that is not defined by just the absence of disease but also lifestyle behavior choices that ensure health, avoid preventable diseases and conditions, and create a balanced state of body, mind, and spirit.

The Benefits of
Physiological Wellbeing

Before any kind of emotional health diagnosis is offered to an individual, healthcare providers must assess for physical conditions that might be impacting mood or behavioral changes that are behind the symptoms. Our toolkit would not be complete without taking physical health conditions into consideration and offering resources to improve our physical health.

Lifestyle practices like exercise, rest, and diet have been shown by research to be effective treatment for emotional health challenges.

However, these practices just scratch the surface of what we mean when we describe physiological wellbeing. It also means having equitable access to the resources that allow individuals to care for their health without barriers. Therefore, this component of the toolkit also seeks to increase awareness of resources for healthcare as well as to help individuals practice ways to cultivate their physical health right here on our site.

Contact
The Sky Center

For more information on our Toolkit Workshops / Webinars and additional ways we can help your organization enhance resiliency and sustainability, please contact us:

The Sky Center


505-473-6191
theskycenter@nmsip.org

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