Wellness Consciousness

wellness consciousness

When people hear the word “wellness,” they usually think about healthy eating, exercise, and body weight. However, wellness is much more than that. It encompasses several different dimensions, including environmental, mental and spiritual health.

This study reveals that the indirect effect of health consciousness on home-based exercise is mediated by both health life goal and perceived behavioral control.


Self-discipline is the ability to commit to your goals and stick to them. This is important because it can help you achieve your dreams and improve your overall health. Self-discipline can also be used to overcome challenges and setbacks.

Practicing self-discipline can be difficult because it requires long-term commitment. But the benefits of self-discipline are well worth the effort. Self-discipline can help you develop healthy habits, avoid bad behaviors like smoking and overeating, and manage your time effectively.

To build self-discipline, start by identifying your values. Then, decide what you want your life to look like and how your actions can support these goals. It’s also important to find your “why.” Holocaust survivor Viktor Frankl says that people with a strong reason for living can endure almost any challenge. Identifying your personal values and finding your purpose can give you the motivation to practice self-discipline even when it’s hard.

Better mood

When people are in a better mood, they are less likely to react negatively when life doesn’t go their way. They can also take control of their emotions, and they can become more understanding of others’ feelings. Regular exercise has a positive impact on one’s mood. Even just listening to music can help improve one’s mood by increasing dopamine production. Meditation and home-based exercise can also help boost a person’s mood. [28] [29][30]

They can increase metabolism, reduce inflammation, and delay aging.

Better relationships

Self awareness improves your happiness within yourself and leads to a healthier relationship with others. It also helps you control your emotions and prevents you from becoming reactive to the world. Having a high level of wellness consciousness means you are more aware of your own feelings and thoughts, which allows you to understand your partner’s feelings as well.

This study finds that health consciousness has a positive effect on home-based exercise. It also shows that there is a chain mediation between health consciousness and home-based exercise through the formation of health life goal and perceived behavioral control. The results suggest that people should pay attention to promoting the transformation of health consciousness into home-based exercise during the COVID-19 pandemic. Moreover, this paper deepens and refines previous studies on health consciousness by exploring the relationship between these two variables. It also expands the theoretical research on home-based exercise. Generally speaking, perceived behavioral control has the strongest direct influence on home-based exercise.

Better productivity

Increasing productivity at work can be achieved through wellness initiatives that help counter the effects of stress, sleep loss and illness on worker performance. This can be done by fostering wellness, including physical health and exercise, social engagement, emotional wellness, and a healthy work-life balance.

Being health-conscious leads to more energy and more consistent work output, and it can also improve relationships by making people feel better about themselves. Moreover, being health-conscious helps people manage their stress levels and maintain focus in stressful situations.

Using Structural Equation Modeling, this study found that health consciousness directly influences home-based exercise. Besides, it indirectly affects home-based exercise through the mediators of health life goal and perceived behavioral control. This finding extends previous research on the relationship between health consciousness and home-based exercise. It is important for scholars to explore the mediation mechanism between these variables. Moreover, this study suggests that the mediating role of perceived behavioral control is more important than the direct effect of health consciousness on home-based exercise.