It can be difficult to talk about “Spiritual Health And Wellbeing” without sounding a preacher or a fool. At the same time, I don’t think it’s totally appropriate for health news, or for a health blog, to focus solely on the physical side of human health.
Healthy Eating ( Spiritual Health And Wellbeing)
There seems to be something missing in an image of a person’s health that is simply composed of elements such as diet, exercise, vitamin supplements, as well as obvious things like avoiding tobacco and alcohol. Although we may not yet have the habit of following these rules, I believe that each person already knows that, to achieve better physical health, they can eat more vegetables, exercise more, smoke and drink less, etc. such, it seems that there is very little need to write about these things.
Role Of Relationship
Similarly, at first glance, what is there to say about spiritual health that everyone no longer knows? Spend time with friends and family. Talk to people. Get things out of your chest. Have fun sometimes. Find yourself a little “me” time. Find a good girl or boy to be with. And so on and so on. Again, these often repeated things (which everyone already knows) come close to the platuous, which makes it unnecessary to write or read about them. An interesting angle to take these obvious health tips would be to ask why, since they are so well known and often repeated, they ignore or do not follow as often.
Another element in the Spiritual Health discussion is the relationship between the physical and spiritual sides of human health. This relationship can be overcome to some extent, but there is a line that can be crossed that makes one look silly or outrageous. Most people, for example, probably accept that stress or anxiety can contribute to problems with physical health.
Relation Between Depression And Diabetes:
According to a report in the November 22 issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine, there is a relationship between depression and diabetes. Interestingly, this relationship works in both directions: people with depression are more likely to develop diabetes and people with diabetes are also more likely to develop depression.
However, there is a point where this relationship between physical and spiritual health will no longer be tolerated. If I had to suggest that AIDS was caused by a bad moral fiber. You would accuse me of being a nut or of being dogmatic. In this case, our physical health problem (AIDS) does not allow us to have a spiritual correlate; It is a purely physical condition that contract through physical contact.
In future publications, I would like to investigate whether there is a way to discuss spiritual health. How it interacts with physical health, in a way that is not platinum, nor as a hokey or “hippy”. And neither scandalous and dogmatic. This could be a difficult thing to do. But I think to talk about the issue of human health properly. This is not enough to simply quote and paraphrase the latest study, or the latest advice on diet and exercise.