Well-Being, is the state of "being comfortable, healthy, or happy". A Doctor may say "I have seen an improvement in the patient's well-being". A high level of well-being can mean the person’s condition is Positive. But how can we achieve this 'state' . . . There are different terms of Well-Being . . .
Psychological Well-Being is a very subjective term used throughout the health industry as kind of a 'catch-all phrase' meaning contentment, satisfaction with all elements of life, self-actualisation (a feeling of having achieved something with one's life). ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Human Well-being is the recognition that everyone around the world, regardless of geography, age, culture, religion or political environment, aspires to live well. Human wellbeing is measured by combining facts and figures, with indicators, that have a bearing on people's lives.
Mental Well-being describes your mental state - how you are feeling and how well you can cope with day-to-day life. Our mental wellbeing is dynamic. It can change from moment to moment, day to day, month to month or year to year.
Emotional Well-being is a term that has been used increasingly in recent decades. The implications of decreased emotional well-being are related to mental health concerns such as stress, depression, and anxiety.
Well-Being Quotes ; “There is no stillness, no tranquillity. Can peace truly exist?” ~~*~~ “Serenity is unique, it has to be an illusion?”
“Where is the calm, that I’ve always been searching, a calm that has eluded me time & again, leaving me wishing it was something you could grasp with your fingers?”