Introduction: What exactly is wellness?
Many people have stopped using the term wellness, despite it being utilized in a variety of ways for many decades. Some, particularly those who were a part of and used it in the past, continue to describe wellness as a positive lifestyle for anyone seeking to thrive and thrive and maintain health and well-being. Wellness advocates and promoters should not misunderstand the term, originally coined in the 1950’s by physician Halbert L. Dunn, with matters that relate to prevention, health education and alternative medicine as well as the business of spas, product promotions or other industries that are not related.
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But, because numerous doctors, entrepreneurs, alternative medicine advocates and spa marketers have adopted the word to represent their own divergent interests including the actress Gwyneth Paltrow, I decided decades before to create an authentic brand that promotes health.
To distinguish my work to promote a positive model of positive well-being that is that is based on the true nature and logical aspects, I added the modifier “REAL” to the word wellness. Real is an acronym. the letters R-E-A-L are enthusiasm, motivation, and liberty.
How Is This Form of Wellness Different?
Real wellness revolves around positive outlooks, possibilities and approaches to improving your quality of life. All things that are cost-conserving within corporate wellness programs are excellent. This includes risk reduction as well as medical management, prevention and any other measures to lower the risk. However, you should not confuse such offerings with the authentic, traditional form of wellness. The former focuses on the absence of diseases, disorders, and discontents.
Real wellness is all about continual progress and learning to improve your life by focusing on subjects, like happiness, positive passions and the meaning of life happiness, love, effective decision making, and a growing freedom for personal growth. It’s about living your life the way you want as well as maintaining a healthy mind and body.
If you’re planning on spending your time and energy in taking care of yourself, don’t settle for devices, diets, dilettante exertions or anything shy of REAL well-being.
Protecting the integrity and meaning of the concept
You might share my idea that any other applications of wellness, without this modifier are more likely than not FAKE wellness. I am happy to declare that the United States Patent and Trademark Office granted me a trademark registered for REAL Wellness (r).
Dr. Grant Donovan of Australia was the first person I mentioned about the awarding of the REAL wellness trademark. He is Halbert L. Dunn of Australia, who popularized wellness in Australia’s 80’s and 90’s Downunder and has been a loyal friend since. Here is the message he sent me in a message of congratulations:
On a long continuum the word wellness has become a common marketing term for all types of individuals from resort owners to spa promoters to tour operators. It’s hard to come across a more oppressive word in any spoken language.In an unplanned and useless world populated with humans who have come to this planet because of chance, not by choosing, I view the concept of wellness as an enjoyable way of filling in the time between the time of birth and death, not an attempt to keep people alive long enough to witness an unnatural or painful end. It is not true health.
It’s a good thing to get your wellness back in order. I’m sure that real wellness will help at the very least some people discover a fun path towards the depths of hell.
Beware of people who peddle services and products as if they offer a shortcut or alternative to embracing a certain philosophy and creating/fine-tuning a lifestyle that keeps you healthy both mentally and physically. There are no easy ways to achieve genuine well-being beyond what is offered to most people. To be at the time of your game, which means, to win in life in all the most vital ways, choose only the best.