The 1st Area: Internal Physical – In or On Your Body, Keeping Our Physical Bodies In Balance.

This area involves the body itself and is defined as everything that happens in our bodies.

Everything on or inside your skin. It includes: 

Health

To be in optimal health, you need to identify all the steps that are required to achieve health. To do this, ask yourself a simple question: What are the different ways that people can become healthier? Think of every step, from diet to exercise to sleep to stress management, and identify them all. Start with the basics like proper nutrition and exercise, and then move on to how to implement lifestyle changes like using positive language, getting enough sleep, and managing stress.

Fitness

Fitness is one of those things that is often thought of as being optional but isn’t. The problem is that people don’t really understand fitness or even what it means. They know that it’s important to stay healthy and that they should be doing something about it. Fitness is a great way to improve your health and well-being. There’s no better way to start your fitness journey than with some form of physical activity every day. Exercise increases energy, boosts your metabolism, improves your mood, and gives you more stamina.

Nutrition

While it may sound boring, nutrition is crucial to a healthy lifestyle. In fact, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that almost 40% of the adult population is obese or overweight. To keep people feeling healthy, you need to know the basics of food and nutrition. Whether you’re preparing a recipe for dinner or cooking a healthy meal for yourself, knowing the basic facts will help you make wise choices.

Hydration

Hydration is important for overall health, and it’s vital to maintain optimal levels of hydration in order to function properly. Lack of water can lead to headaches, mood swings, irritability, exhaustion, and even memory loss. To avoid these negative side effects, make sure you stay hydrated throughout the day.

Sleep

There’s a lot of science behind sleep. People who are well rested and well rested are better able to handle new situations and are able to solve problems faster than people who are not. On top of that, getting some sleep is also proven to boost creativity and productivity. For those who don’t get enough sleep, the consequences can be more serious, including mood disorders, cognitive impairment, and even early death.

Rest

To be your best, you have to rest. It’s important to have some downtime, to take time off, and to recharge your batteries. I need to be alone to process everything I’m seeing, hearing, and feeling in my life. It’s part of how I create a space for creativity. And even if you don’t have an entrepreneurial mind, you still need downtime. Sometimes it’s okay to just walk away from your desk and take a break.

Relaxation

 It’s hard to relax if you’re anxious or working under pressure. But when you’re feeling relaxed, you’ll be more productive. So when you want to start a new project, give yourself some time and space to focus on it. Instead of getting started right away, set a timer for 20 minutes and allow your mind and body to settle down. This can help you achieve greater productivity.

Rejuvenation

 We all know that a good night’s rest is good for us. But there is much more to the rejuvenation process than just getting eight hours of sleep. If there’s a single topic in life we’re all trying to navigate; it’s aging. People don’t care if they’re getting older—they just want to live longer and healthier. While there are ways to improve your lifestyle, there are no magic pills, creams, or potions that will give you immortality. However, with some effort and focus, you can dramatically enhance the quality of your life.