For those who are new to the health and wellness field, encompass is an acronym that refers to the three health and wellness pillars that comprise the system by which we are able to maintain and best utilize our physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.
The health and wellness system is at the heart of our health care system and the medical profession. The three pillars of health and wellness are nutrition, exercise, and mental health. The health and wellness pillars are the first three things that many people think about when they think of the system. However, there are so many layers of support and resources that it’s hard to know where to start.
For most of us, we tend to think about nutrition, exercise, and mental health as the three pillars, but really there are more than three. For example, there are also many other non-physical aspects of health and wellness like the mind and spirit.
So lets talk about the physical. The first pillar is, physical fitness. We are talking about weight loss here, and this is a very important pillar. But if you think of the health and wellness pillar as a tree, your tree probably has roots in the physical world. So it doesn’t mean you have to neglect the physical world. You can still include the physical world in your health and wellness practices. The physical world is what you will be using to build your tree.
The physical world is where your physical needs are met, and the physical world is what the tree is built upon. It is the most basic building block of a tree. When your tree is a house you dont need the outer walls to be sturdy. You do require foundations and walls, but they are more for decorative purposes, not structural purposes. So the building you choose to build your tree on is the foundation you will need to anchor your tree to.
As I mentioned, the physical world is what you build your tree on. To make a tree grow tall and wide you need a foundation. To make a tree grow big and sturdy you need walls. And to make a tree grow healthy you need a good dose of dirt to help it absorb nutrients.
The health of your tree is a function of the quality of the soil. And the health of a tree is also a function of the health of its foundation. The more soil your tree takes in, the healthier it will be. A tree that takes too much in will suffer and decay. A tree that takes too little in will die. So, to get your tree to grow, you need to build it a foundation and walls.
At this point I’m sure I’m getting a bit off-topic, so let’s move on to the next part of the article.
Before I get into the topic of building, I want to mention that this was a hard topic to write about because a lot of people have built trees in their yards and have had them die. This is because I have built a lot of trees and have had them die as a result of a variety of reasons. To help prevent the likelihood of this happening to you, I have written a series of articles that talk about the reasons why you may need to build walls around your tree.
In one of the articles, I wrote that a tree can be made to be a strong, sturdy, hardy tree. It can be made to be a great tree, but you need to be careful because it can be very strong and very difficult to kill. It’s also a tree with very sharp, strong branches and can be used to cause a lot of damage to your yard.