Physical Health


Physical health has been found to have a major impact on an individual’s psychology. Many of our self-understanding, anxiety/stress, and clinical products (such as the Five Factor Wellness Inventory and Friedman Well-Being Scale) include measurements of physical health as a factor in a person’s psychological wellness. Some examples of physical health factors include eating a nutritious diet, exercising regularly, avoiding drug use, and not drinking in excess.

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Body Insight Scale
Measures awareness of internal and external bodily sensations that support comfort, health, and overall well-being.
Five Factor Wellness Inventory
A validated measure and effective system for wellness.
Friedman Well-Being Scale
Assess the level of a person's well-being in different circumstances.
Health & Daily Living Form
A structured assessment for patient and community groups that assesses health related factors such as alcohol consumption, sunstance abuse, and depression.
Menstrual Distress Questionnaire
The standard method for measuring cyclical perimenstrual symptoms.
Wellness Evaluation of Lifestyle
Helps respondents make healthy lifestyle choices based on their responses to each of the five life tasks and subtasks defined in the Wheel of Wellness. The life tasks of spirituality, self-direction, work & leisure, friendship, and love interact with a variety of life forces and global events.