Judy G. York
What is the content of health management?
The most basic needs of a person to live are to eat, drink, pull, spread, sleep, and breathe. These are physiological needs, and the two major psychological needs are a sense of belonging and a sense of value. If a person's needs can be correctly expressed, supplied, and satisfied, then the person should be healthy, or in a healthy state. Specifically, the diet and nutrition should be balanced, because people eat and drink for nutrition? The nutrition is balanced; Lazar corresponds to eating and drinking. Although it feels a little weird to say that, what people eat and drink into the body will always cause waste and residue to be discharged. This is a basic activity for normal maintenance of metabolism. Lazara pays attention to unobstructedness; sleep is the body’s measure to repair damaged cell tissue during the day and maintain a healthy state of the human body. It is by no means what many people believe to be lying there and lose consciousness. The key to sleep is to adapt to the time of day and have enough breathing; The purpose of exhalation is to expel exhaust gas from the body. Of course, the purpose of inhalation is mainly to inhale oxygen. Almost all activities of the body need oxygen. The focus of modern people's breathing is to take the initiative. As for the two major psychological needs of people, a sense of belonging and a sense of value, this is a bit contradictory and conflicts with the weakness of human nature. The weakness of human nature is that it is easy to covet ease, comfort, and enjoyment, while a person's sense of belonging and value needs to be obtained through struggle, hard work, and enterprising. This may be a bit of chicken soup, popular, at least everyone should have a stage of their own, and a role that suits them, that is, people have to find a sense of belonging and value in work. From Adler's point of view, it is to find a "community feeling" and "other contributions". This may be a bit difficult to understand, and we need to study the philosophy class of "Father of Self-Inspiration" Adler, and we will recommend related books to you later.