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Occupational Wellness

Occupations have the captivity to enhance or detract from one's wellness.

Vivek Sood

on 13 October 2012

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Occupations Vivek Sood Wellness Enhance Wellness Detract Wellnes Work Cited Detract Wellness The quality or state of being healthy in body and mind, especially as the result of deliberate effort. Your occupation can improve your mental health.
Social connection
A sense of purpose
Support family
Financial security
Opportunity to grow Occupations can benefit your physical wellness.
Being constantly active
heavy lifting
lots of walking
Requiring physical fitness
Being in a healthy environment. One's occupation can be physically harmful to them.
Dangerous environment
Hazardous work place
Minimal movement
Poor Diet
Sleep disorder One's occupation can mentally harm his/her wellness.

Work overload
Boss 7 Dimensions of Wellness
Occupational Enhance Wellness According to ERI index, workers with stress have shown an excess risk of 43% for hypertension, 14% for being smoker, 55% for diabetes, 106% for high triglyceride, 21% for high cholesterol, 41% for low density lipoprotein, and 191% for low level of high density lipoprotein. Burnout This can lead to various health conditions such as heart disease, stroke, eating disorder, and some forms of cancer. MacMillan, Amanda. "The Best And Worst Jobs For Your Health." HuffingtonPost. (2012): n. page. Web. 13

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AmongUrmia Petrochemical Company Personell. (English)." Journal Of Isfahan Medical School 28.112 (2010): 1-16. Academic Search Complete. Web. 13 Oct. 2012. Stress
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