A healthy balance of the mind, body, and spirit that results in an overall feeling of well-being. Wellness is more than the mere absence of disease; rather, it is an optimal state of health. Wellness is considered to be an active process of becoming aware of and learning to make healthy choices that lead toward a longer and more successful existence. Neither wellness (nor illness) exist in a direct relationship with pathology or lack thereof. Wellness-illness is a function of one’s internal experience, and not one’s circumstance. Therefore, an individual may exhibit various stages of pathology, remission or health regardless of where he/she is on the wellness-illness scale.

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