What is well-being? This is a difficult question to answer as the notion of well-being is so broad and specific to each individual.
You may be thinking about your fitness. Others may be questioning their head (are you OK up there?). And still others may be thinking, "social life: can do better."
Scoop: it's a balance between physical, mental and social well-being.Assessing your well-being
At Moha, our motto is the official definition of health:
"A state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. - WHO
Simply put, wellness is being well in your body, in your mind and with others.
Why and how can I have a more balanced diet that suits my needs?
How to sleep better?
How can I feel more fit in my daily life?
If you are asking yourself these questions, it is because you are already in the process of improving your well-being.
Take care of your body. It is your daily pillar. It will repay you well.
Body and mind are closely linked.
To gain self-confidence, to value oneself, to be optimistic... it's easier said than done, yes. But it's worth the effort.
Maintaining a positive mindset allows you to adapt easily to life's events.
Humans are not meant to live alone. If studies already prove this, the years we have just passed have shown it.
We need to connect with others.
Social well-being is about sharing, growing and feeling good with your family, friends and colleagues.
Improve your relationship with yourself and others to build relationships and communicate better.
Each dimension of well-being - physical, mental and social - has sub-dimensions. With the Moha app, you move step by step through these, according to your needs.
Give your body energy through a true, varied diet adapted to your lifestyle. Without forgetting the sharing and the pleasure!
Put your body in motion to maintain your physical condition (endurance, muscular strength, mobility). The goal? To feel fit and confident in your abilities.
Create the right conditions for quality sleep to feel rested and fit.
Develop your self-esteem by becoming aware of your value, strengths and limitations.
Learn to recognise your emotions, understand their causes and effects on you. Use these emotions to put yourself into action.
Reduce your feelings of insecurity and worry to make room for a more positive mindset in your daily life.
Realise that every person has value and deserves to be respected. And you deserve it too.
Learn to be satisfied with the actions you have taken and to congratulate yourself on everyday successes.