SPIRITUAL HEALTH Values, Beliefs, Principles, Morals, and Faith define Spiritual Health, it is NOT a religion. Spiritual Health is where we find, Meaning, Purpose, and Hope. you have a need for Spiritual Health, just as much as you have a need for food and water. When life happens you have to know what you stand for, what you believe in, and who you call on. If not, you can live a life full of doubt and confusion, which leads to lack of purpose and hope. When you build your Spiritual Health your emotions follow and you feel better physically. Building your spiritual health is as important as having a place to live, it boosts your overall health, and changes the way you approach life. EMOTIONAL HEALTH Nobody lives a life free from headache’s, hurdles or setbacks. Emotional Health is made in every area of our life. It is the thoughts, feelings, memories, attitudes, and behaviors that we experience in the highs and lows of life. We can gain Emotional strength from the experiences in life when we are stressed and are able to overcome. Building your Emotional Health brings balance; which means, being resilient, optimistic, and able to bounce back from a setback, Emotional Health allows you to see things for how they can be and push forward regardless of circumstance. Your Emotional Health compliments your Spiritual Health just as much as your Physical Health, and it is a big component of your personal health and success. PHYSICAL HEALTH The Three Components of Physical Health 1 – Exercise You don’t have to exercise 90 minutes a day, 7 days a week to see results, you only need to increase your current activity. Short sessions, a few days a week are more practical and will get you what you are looking for. Incorporating two or three 20 – 30-minute sessions per week will help you see significant improvements in your health. 2 – Nutrition Nutrition is just as much a part of your health as the exercise you do. A healthy body is built at the dinner table, not at a fast food chain. You will never out exercise terrible eating habits. You must adequately fuel yourself to make it through the day. Great nutrition will increase your overall health and endurance, Good Nutrition helps your body function properly. 3 – Recovery Rest is twice as important as the work day. Regardless of how you exercise or what you eat, if you are not replenishing yourself and getting enough sleep, your body will never recover. You will constantly feel that 2:30 feeling that no cup of coffee or amount of caffeine will cure. Your goal is to start every day at 100%, not play catch up from the day before. You are not living to break even, that is not how you are built. Life is a marathon, you need to set a good pace, and it starts with recovery.