Bell-Health Curve

The Bell-Health Curve statistically indicates that health-levels revolve around a mean of 50 (x), and there exists various standard deviations like any normal bell curve. Un/Ill-health (H-1 and H-2) pertains to the Bell-Health Curve’s two standard deviations to the left of the mean (x ). At any given time they represent 16% of any given population. Un/Ill-health is being unsteady and diminished. Un/Ill-health = maladaptive functioning and low productivity. Maladaptive functioning is a depletion of energy, making it difficult to meet life’s challenges. It is fighting the headwinds instead of having tailwind assistance. Un/ill-health is a diapause and imbalance of adaptive living. The person is inadequately informed about Nature, human nature, and their own nature. They are unable to satisfy basal Self and Belonging-Needs. Ayurveda is India’s traditional medicine that equates illness as having an imbalance of mind, body, and spirit. Un/Ill-healthy people are broken people and are emotionally and mentally unstrong. They are often self-rejecting and feel unworthy,  insecure, and unempowered. How far is a person out of balance or un/ill-healthy? It depends on how far the person is removed from meeting their needs.

Bell Balance Curve

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