Dimensions of Wellness Case Study
Many individuals spend a lifetime trying to achieve optimal health and wellness. Wellness is a process rather than a goal. It implies a choice, a way of life. Lifestyle diseases represent the major threat and quality of life of Americans (Anspaugh, Hamrick, & Rosato, 2011). Read the following case study and answer the following questions.
Carmen is a 37-year-old single mother of three children. She has a good job, has strong spiritual values and beliefs, and has three close friends who she gets together with on a regular basis. However, Carmen eats fast food 5 days a week, feels stressed out most of the time, and does not have time to exercise. She cares about the environment but does not take the time to recycle. She would love to go back to school to get her Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree but does not think she has the time.
Review the seven dimensions of wellness listed in the text and discuss the following in your post:
Include at least two scholarly references, formatted according to APA style