There's a part of your physical body that needs attention, proper eating, proper exercise, proper stretching, proper breathing, et cetera. There's part of the triad that makes up your mental and emotional being. What are your thoughts? How are you talking to yourself? How are you letting others talk to you? How do you deal with situations? Do you consider stress a good thing or a bad thing? How do you deal with certain things? Your emotions are dictated not by just some arbitrary chemical reaction that happens in your body, but your emotions are dictated by your perception of life.
It great to see how people's attitudes have change over the years. It used to be that whatever the doctor said was good enough because the doctor knew better. That was an old philosophy. My philosophy today is more about people beginning the process of taking personal responsibility for their own life and their own health. Access to the internet has given people a better understanding about what's really going on within their body vs. just take a pill. People are more inclined to ask questions and listen when someone says you can fight off a virus in a holistic way. People want a deeper understanding of how they can take control of their bodies.
The concept of the triad is one I didn't invent but I believe, I'm packaging it properly. The body, the mind, the spirit. What's overlooked in our society is that so often healthcare is segmented. Either you go to the doctor and they just treat your physical body, or you go to the psychologist or psychiatrist and they work on your mental state of being. Or you go to your religious leader and they guide you through the spiritual religious aspect of your life.