The Triad of Health

The Triad of Health

Our bodies are connected to health and vitality, not to illness and disease. Health is the way our bodies work, not how they feel. Health comes from the inside out. More importantly, the choices we make play a role in our health and well-being.

What is health?

The medical dictionary at Durland defines health as “a state of optimal physical, mental and social safety and not simply absence of disease and weakness.”

Our bodies are connected to health and vitality, not to illness and disease. Health is the way our bodies work, not how they feel. Health comes from the inside out. More importantly, the choices we make play a role in our health and well-being.

There are three elements that make up the health triad. They are structural, chemical and emotional. Together, they provide a comprehensive state of a person’s health.

The structure is the basis of the human body and Triad. Includes bones, muscles, joints, ligaments, tendons, cartilage and nerves. Changes in structural alignment occur as a result of accidents, physical inactivity or improper movement patterns that have evolved over time. The imbalances, also called under the spinal dislocation, put pressure on the nerves that lead from the spine to organs, glands, muscles and other bones in the body, leading to dysfunction.

Contains chemical make-up and body balance of food, vitamins and mineral rates, in addition to organ function and organ systems. The chemical side is disabled by eating nicotine, alcohol, caffeine, sugar and sugar substitutes such as aspartame, as well as toxins in the air we breathe. The toxicity of food has a cumulative effect. Refined foods, fast foods, and high-tech processed foods have a negative impact on the health of the person who consumes them.

Passion is the third leg of the triangle. Physical well-being affects not only feelings, but emotions affect the body, positively and negatively. The emotional component of the triangle includes feelings of fear, anger, guilt, depression and anxiety. Emotional stress in the form of negative thoughts can have painful consequences.

The sides of the equilateral triangle all affect and interrelate with each other. For example, a feeling of constant fear may cause muscle spasm or contraction in the back. Muscle spasm creates pain that affects more than just the back. Pain affects the food choices that are prepared, and tends more towards “ergonomic” foods, rather than healthy foods.

Food choices affect body chemistry in terms of undernourishment.

Every cell in your body is structurally and functionally linked to every other cell in your body. All your thoughts, beliefs, fears, and dreams are related to the structure and function of your physical body. By discovering and integrating these relationships, you allow yourself to bring more harmony into your body and mind, reducing internal conflicts and increasing your overall health and well-being!

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