Founder and Owner JSPORT, Holistic Trainer and Practitioner, Fitness Marketing Consultant, USA
*Corresponding Author: Julie Rammal, Founder and Owner JSPORT, Holistic Trainer and Practitioner, Fitness Marketing Consultant, USA.
Received: December 16, 2019; Published: January 06, 2020
Today we are facing the biggest challenges of how to survive in our life, adapt to the new era, and yet remain healthy in body, mind, and spirit. The bombardment of our external environments are truly challenging every part of our system. As a result, an enormous rise in mental, physical and emotional issues will continue to weaken and disease the human specie. To survive the future, is start by understanding, disciplining and training your body, mind and spirit.
The increase in disease, illness, mental issues, confusion, physical issues is rising at and incredible rate. The World Health organization listed the following major epidemics that are continuously on the rise: physical activity and nutrition, obesity, smoking, substance abuse, mental health, injuries and violence, and our environmental quality. We are lost in our own worlds of what to eat, how to sleep, how to socialize, and the true greatness of what life holds for each one of us. Most of us drowning within and outside of ourselves, which is causing many mental, physical and emotional issues. Our lives were designed to be joyful, healthy, loving, caring, and fun. However; most of us are living far from our true root purpose of being a human being. This crisis can only be resolved through re-connecting to oneself with nature, use the holistic methodology, and rewire the body and mind to have a happy spirit.
Citation: Julie Rammal. “Breaking the Human Specie Crisis". Acta Scientific Nutritional Health 4.2 (2020): 46.
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