Wellness is more than being free from illness. Wellness is a dynamic process of change and growth. There are many interrelated dimensions of wellness: Emotional Intellectual Physical Social Spiritual Each dimension is equally vital in the pursuit of optimum health. Click on the dimensions menu above to read more about how each one can be […]


Helping you understand your feelings and cope effectively with stress. Emotional Wellness involves feeling positive and enthusiastic about ourselves and life, in general. Development in this dimension includes: recognition of feelings and the ability to manage feelings being able to develop autonomy maintain satisfying relationships the ability to cope with stress being aware of and […]


Intellectual Wellness is having a strong desire and curiosity for learning. It is important to be stimulated by new ideas and experiences. Helpful tips: Sharing ideas and valuing new ways of looking at things It is about responding to challenges and opportunities to grow Consider making plans, developing strategies and solving problems Keep an activated […]


To remain well, Physical Wellness requires that you take steps to protect your physical health by eating a well-balanced diet, doing some exercise, and getting enough sleep. Importantly, complying with your prescribed medical routine and medication. Dietitian Stephanie Rowe is available for consultations at NHOG. Stephanie can assist patients with cancer dietary and nutritional advice […]


Social Wellness symbolises the importance to create a support network and maintain interests, hobbies and connecting with friends and family whilst undergoing treatment. The Cancer Support Centre located within the Sydney Adventist Hospital offer support groups for patients and/or carers on a regular basis. For more information, visit the website or phone the Cancer Support […]


Develop a set of values that help you seek meaning and purpose. Spiritual Wellness involves seeking meaning and purpose in human existence. Development in this dimension includes developing a deep appreciation and acceptance for things that cannot be completely understood. Helpful Tips: Take “quiet time” to meditate, rest and relax or simply stop and take […]


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