Physical and Mental Health under Constant Interaction
Spyridoula Kostara, G.
Department of Pastoral Studies, Supreme Ecclesiastical Academy of Athens, Greece
Dr. Spyridoula Kostara, G., Department of Pastoral Studies, Supreme Ecclesiastical Academy of Athens, Greece.
Keywords: Mental Health; Physical Health; Interaction; Illness
The human intellect attempted to attribute specific content to the term “health” and to define its limits, to make way and to configure methods and ways, both preventive and curative, for its preservation. This means that health was not engaged as a solely academic term, but as a matter of exceptional importance for the whole society and state. This notion was embraced by all eras: on the chart of commodities and values, health has always occupied a primary place, because but for it, it is not possible to enjoy any other inner or external assets. The preservation of health, therefore, is a principal goal, on which people must keep an eye without fail. Ergo, besides the obligation of every organized community, there is also the personal responsibility of each and every human to guard their health.
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