Body Mind Balance - Part One

Updated: Apr 30

We all know that our body affects our mind (emotions) and our mind affects how we

operate our body.



When we have an upset stomach, we will probably lose appetite and feel miserable.

When our body is tired and exhausted, we would go for takeaways and do not bother

to spend time cooking.


The World Health Organisation has defined health as:

“A state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the

absence of disease or infirmity.”


When we have a healthier body, we will have a healthy mind and vice versa.

For centuries, people have been trying desperately to find ways to feel better and

happier.


Below are some of the recent findings: (not in order)

1. sleep more

2. spend more time with friends/ family

3. practise smiling

4. get outside more

5. help others

6. exercise


How satisfied are you with your own physical and mental wellbeings at the moment?

Is there something you can do to improve it?


Stay tuned for part two, we will spend some time talking about exercise.


Have any questions? Contact us to speak to one of our experienced team today.


Physio near me 

Book an appointment?

Unit 11/ 137  Cambridge St, West Leederville WA 6007

© 2018 Wellbeing Physiotherapy. Created by The Bright Bunch.