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Your body is your vehicle to live a successful life, so make sure you provide it with what it needs to function well. 


1. What is physical wellness: Physical wellness is not only about nutrition, exercise, and sleep, but also about making sure you do not harm your body in any way such as cutting, smoking, drinking, and avoiding accidents and injuries. If you need to seek out professional help, you must do so, so your sicknesses, diseases, and or injuries do not get worse that could lead to an infection.


2. Nutritional intake: You want to make sure you are eating the right kind of food, preparing your food correctly, and eating the right amount for your body and lifestyle.


3. Consumption techniques: Make sure you consume your food in a way that allows your body to digest and absorb the food as quickly as possible.


4. Water intake: Make sure to drink enough water for your body because you lose water daily through your daily activities.


5. Exercise: Make sure you get enough of weekly exercise to help your body function well.


6. Sleep: Make sure you get enough sleep to repair and charge your body and mind to keep your production level up.


7. Tracking your health: Knowing how to monitor your health on a daily basis is important because they are the early signs of prevention to help keep your health in check.

 
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