What is health?
A person can be called healthy if he does not hurt anything. Is this statement true? In part - yes, with the only nuance that the concept of "health" is not limited to the physical well-being of the body. It also includes a satisfactory psychological and social condition. In defining what health is, WHO (World Health Organization) takes into account all these aspects.
The physical well-being of a person depends on the state of his entire body and individual organs, specifically. That is, if a particular individual does not hurt anything, and no chronic diseases occur, mostly unnoticed, he does not have, he can be considered physically healthy.
The absence of various kinds of deviations in thinking and the “sobriety” of thought speak of a person’s psychological health. As for the social aspect, it is characterized by the relations of a particular individual in society. That is, if a person with a similar person finds a common language, then he is socially healthy and full-fledged.
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