Physical Wellbeing relates to the ability to understand what can make our body most efficient and effective, as well as the ability to recognize and respect our own limitations. A high degree of Physical wellbeing is achieved through the development of physical strength, flexibility, endurance, and optimal nutrition while utilizing safety precautions such as medical self-care and appropriate use of the medical system. The improvement of physical wellbeing can enhance the other wellbeing components. Enhanced self esteem, a sense of direction, and other psychological benefits are some gains from developing physical wellbeing.
Walking reduces your risk of some forms of cancer and
osteoporosis. Regular walking builds muscle and keeps weight
down, and can even help people with diabetes reduce or eliminate
their need for medication.
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