Dimensions of human well-being

Physical

Physical well-being is built and supported by a wide range of beneficial behaviors.


This includes proper exercise, a balanced diet and avoiding harmful habits such as the abuse of drugs of all kinds.


Education on diseases and their symptoms supports the well-being as well as regular health checks and to protect themselves from injury and damage through conscious behaviors.

Health-promoting habits and prevention increase the quality of life and lifetime.

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Social

Social well-being depends on the ability to successfully integrate, respect and enhance active participation in the social community.
 

This is true in a global as well as a very small-scale and intimate sense by building and developing supportive networks of friends and family.
 

The ability of good communication and interaction is the prerequisite for good social well-being.

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Environmental

Environmental well-being is the awareness that the fragile status of the earth is affecting our daily habits and changing our physical environment.

It involves the desire to live in harmony with the environment and not harm it. Conversely, the environment affects our well-being at various levels and dimensions. Definitely our environment is an important variable for health and quality of life.

In everyday life, this also includes the spatial environment with different fields of action such as: the public space, the workplace and the private area of the home. At a young age, there are kindergartens, schools, training centers and universities.

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Spiritual

Spiritual well-being includes beliefs, principles of life, and values that can help to find a spiritual direction in life.

 

It involves a high degree of faith, hope and commitment to very individual approaches to meaning and meaning in life.
It involves questioning and appreciating all things that are inexplicable. A spiritually oriented person seeks harmony between inner and outer forces.

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Emotional/Mental

Emotional well-being is a dynamic status that is constantly influenced and fluctuated by the other (six) dimensions of well-being.
Great emotional well-being is defined as the ability to express, and share human emotions such as happiness, sadness, hope, and anger.

It means in particular the ability to love and to be loved. In a positive sense, it also includes good self-esteem without overestimation, self-acceptance and healthy optimism.

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Intellectual

The intellectual dimension strengthens creativity and stimulates mental activity. Our mind as well as our physique needs continuous exercises and incentives.
 

People with a high level of intellectual well-being have an active and alert mind: they learn more and faster. A high intellect uses the available resources to improve their own knowledge and skills.

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Job/Career

Occupational well-being includes the development and application of talents and special skills and abilities to enrich life with happiness and purpose.
 

The development of job satisfaction and well-being depends on the attitude to work. A high level of job satisfaction helps to maintain a positive attitude and thereby experience joy and a sense of fulfillment in the job.
Occupational wellbeing means successfully integrating work engagement into a lifestyle that is satisfying and rewarding.

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