Personal Risk
Introduction
When you mismanage your life, you mismanage the three distinct yet inter-related aspects of who you are; mental body, emotional body and physical body.Being Human and learning how to take back the responsibility of consciously managing your own spirit, mind, emotions and physical bodies is a tall order and a challenge not too many people are willing to take.

Eating right, exercising, and sleeping well play an equal role in the prevention of infections and diseases. However, a good sense of self, a loving support network, and the potential for continued personal growth is also important to our overall wellbeing.

Given that everyone’s body and medical history is different, it is important to be aware of what makes you sick and even what makes you feel better on a personal level.Sustainable health and wellness is not only part of our survival but it is also a continuously rewarding way to live out our entire lives.

If you don't take all this in consideratons.You mkay end up living unbalance life, and many risks may catch you unaware.

Physical Risk
Despite dramatic medical advances over the past 50 years, heart disease remains a leading cause of death globally and the Number 1 cause of death in the United States.

Heart disease, or cardiovascular disease, accounts for 30 percent of deaths worldwide, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). In the United States, almost 700,000 people die from heart disease each year.

Rank

Causes of death

All persons

Percentage

1

Diseases of heart

652,486

27%

2

Malignant neoplasms (cancer)

553,888

23%

3

Cerebrovascular diseases

150,074

6%

4

Chronic lower respiratory diseases

121,987

5%

5

Unintentional injuries

112,012

5%

6

Diabetes mellitus

73,138

3%

7

Alzheimer's disease

65,965

3%

8

Influenza and pneumonia

59,664

2%

9

Nephritis, nephrotic syndrome, and nephrosis

42,480

2%

10

Septicemia

33,373

1%

 

All causes

2,397,615

 

Source: U.S. National Center for Health Statistics, Health, United States, 2007.

Emotional Risk
It's normal to feel sad sometimes, but if you feel that way for a long time, and you never feel happy, it's called depression. Sometimes, it's hard to figure out what's causing a person's depression. One thing's for sure, though: if you feel depressed or if you think someone else is depressed, talk to a trusted grown-up about it.

Depression is a common mental disorder that presents with depressed mood, loss of interest or pleasure, feelings of guilt or low self-worth, disturbed sleep or appetite, low energy, and poor concentration. These problems can become chronic or recurrent and lead to substantial impairments in an individual's ability to take care of his or her everyday responsibilities. At its worst, depression can lead to suicide, a tragic fatality associated with the loss of about 850 000 thousand lives every year.

  • Depression is common, affecting about 121 million people worldwide.
  • Depression is among the leading causes of disability worldwide.
  • Depression can be reliably diagnosed and treated in primary care.
  • Fewer than 25 % of those affected have access to effective treatments.
Intellectual Risk
The intellectual capital of the people involved with the implementation is the most important tool that cannot be emphasized enough with any movement of change. Trained, skilled workers are a precious attribute to the world.

Putting things off wastes not only your time but also your energy and thoughts. When you procrastinate, much time is spent thinking and worrying about the things you need to do. You give yourself a hard time for not doing them and therefore you're unable to spend your time effectively, especially when crunch time arrives and what you've been procrastinating over finally has to be done. If you see yourself as someone who procrastinates, you'll remain in that endless cycle.

When you're running around like a headless chicken, too much time is wasted through a lack of effectiveness. You're not focused and working on what's important. There are too many urgent items getting in the way. Because you're in such a hurry, things are not done well and often come back to bite you, wasting more time when you need to redo it.

The act of engaging in impractical/nonproductive mental exercise / thinkings / writings / etc., through which a practitioner only comforts oneself mentally. Such acts don't lead to any constructive results what so ever in the real world

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