Physical & Mental Health
"Calm mind brings inner strength and self-confidence, so that's very important for good health." - Dalai Lama
Physical health refers to the overall well-being of the body, including its ability to function efficiently and effectively. It encompasses factors such as physical fitness, nutrition, sleep, and the absence of disease or injury. Maintaining good physical health is important for preventing illness, reducing the risk of chronic disease, and improving overall quality of life. Mental health, on the other hand, refers to the overall well-being of the mind and emotions. It encompasses factors such as emotional well-being, the ability to manage stress and anxiety, and the ability to cope with life's challenges. Maintaining good mental health is important for reducing the risk of mental health disorders, improving overall quality of life, and enhancing personal and professional relationships.
Women's Physical & Mental Health
Women experience unique health needs related to the reproductive system, menstrual health, breast health, maternal health and mental health. Proper care and management of women's health contribute to safe pregnancies, healthy childbirth and overall well-being of both the mother and child. Women’s physical and mental health is not only important for themselves but also for the well-being of their families, communities and future generations. It is essential to recognize that women’s physical and mental health is a fundamental aspect of their overall well-being and should be given the attention and care it deserves.