The World Health Organization defines health as a state of mental, physical, and social well-being, and not merely physical well-being. Individuals who are healthy in mind are automatically healthy in their bodies. Good health is man’s greatest possession. A healthy person is one who can function up to his optimal capacity without any difficulty. Good health facilitates a lot of other body processes. Good health helps us to handle stress and combat with increasing pressures.
Good health is a secret of every happy man. There is an old saying, 'Health is Wealth'. Staying healthy for children is vital for proper growth and development of mind and body as they need to focus in the class and fully participate in the activities on the field. Parents must take their children for medical check-up and learn from experts about their development in terms of height and weight, as it has a huge impact on their overall performance and efficiency. If you are strong and healthy, you can be a shining example to others and teach them how to achieve vibrant health.
Good health is a matter of great concern, to maintain it, healthy living and a disciplined life is a must. One of the best ways is to drink plenty of water as it reduces the risk of infection, keeps your skin healthy, reduces the risk of heart attack, burns body fat and regulates our body temperature. We should sleep well as it relaxes our body and reduces stress. We need to have a balanced diet and go for long, brisk walks. Our motto should be to keep our body clean in order to remain healthy. We must laugh more as laughing is a therapy and a secret of good health. The government should include integrated health programs into their public policies and control specific health problems.
The underprivileged classes of our society suffer from dismal health conditions.
Owing to the unavailability of proper diet, safe water and shelter, and lack of awareness and education, children of the unfortunate families are more vulnerable to disease development.
Malnutritioned children, particularly those with severe acute malnutrition, have a higher riskrist of death from common childhood illnesses such as diarrhoea, pneumonia, and malaria. Nutrition related factors contribute to about 45% of deaths in children under 5 years of age.
It is pointed out that 1.6 million deaths in India in 2018 were due to poor quality of care while 0.84 million deaths were on account of non-utilization of healthcare services.
Every year, millions of people in India lose their lives due to poverty, illiteracy, malnutrition, lack of personal hygiene and lack of sanitation.
The Care Well India Trust tries to improvise the living standards of such disadvantageous classes. We organise food distribution drives, adequate clothing is distributed, awareness programs are carried out for the development of the masses. We believe that all individuals, no matter where they are from, have a right to an adequate standard of living. Maybe we are divided socially, geographically or economically, but as a country, as a human race, we stay united.
We believe that some of us were given more privileges than some of our others, so that we could lend out a helping hand. By extending a hand, we not just help the ones in need but also ourselves. We cherish our emotions and nourish our hearts. If we can save a single life with our work, we know that we can go back home and look into the mirror and say, "Yes all of this was actually worth it."
We are organising many health program to betterment of society, We thank you and greatly appreciate your support. For social change.