To know what real wellness is, you have to first define what health really is. Most people would say they’re healthy when they have no pain, no headache. In other words: I’m healthy when I feel good. In today’s fad-diet-and-home-exercise-infomercial world, health has also come to mean losing weight or looking good.
There are three problems with this. First, when you think health is feeling good, what do you usually do when you feel bad? You take a drug to feel good and then assume you’re healthy. Yet, as you now know, you do not automatically become healthy when a drug eliminates your symptoms, and in fact, you may be even sicker.
Thinking If I have no symptoms of a disease, then I don’t have to worry about disease is one of the most colossal errors in judgment you could ever make concerning your health. You might not have a diagnosed disease, but dis-ease can go on for years without warning before being discovered as disease. This type of thinking will, without argument, eventually shorten your life.
The following is a list from the Apollo wellness Medical Diagnosis.