Skip to Main Content

Your Wellness

When you think about wellness do you think only about your body? Many things affect wellness. There are eight aspects to your wellness. They are body, mind, environment, spirit, community, emotions, finances and work. Each can affect your quality of life.

Struggles in one aspect can affect other aspects. For example, your finances might affect how you feel you can succeed socially. Or your work may suffer if your mind is not challenged. Take time to focus on each area of your health everyday!
Background image: Senior woman in swim cap


Taking care of your body means getting physical activity, healthy foods and sleep

  • Try to be active at least 30 minutes a day.
  • Get regular check-ups.
  • Avoid tobacco, illegal drugs and drinking too much alcohol.


Expand your sense of purpose and find meaning in life.

  • Make time for yourself, nature and others.
  • Find a community that shares your spiritual outlook.
  • Volunteer with an organization of your choice.

Background image: Senior Couple playing Chess in a park


Challenge your mind by recognizing creative abilities and finding ways to expand your knowledge and skills.

  • Take a class or read a book.
  • Research a topic that interests you.
  • Work on a sodoku or crossword puzzle.


Find ways to grow your skills and be satisfied and enriched at work and school. 

  • Communicate with your supervisor regularly.
  • Get support when you need it.
  • Develop your skills and confidence to reach your career goals.

Background image: Senior Couple with Piggy Bank


Take care of your financial health by accepting and understanding your money situation. 

  • Budget and spend thoughtfully and carefully.
  • Open checking and savings accounts.
  • Meet with a retirement specialist.


Coping effectively with life and having satisfying relationships will help with your emotions.

  • Seek support for coping with your emotions.
  • Find healthy ways to deal with stress.
  • Find ways to view challenges as opportunities.

Background image: Senior men playing cards


Get connected.  Create a strong sense of belonging and have a good support system.

  • Connect with one person each day. Call, email, text or visit someone!
  • Join a club, social group or support group.
  • Volunteer with an organization that shares your passions.


Surround yourself with places that are safe, pleasant and stimulating.

  • Paint a wall, organize a closet or donate extra household items.
  • Spend time outdoors.
  • Evaluate your space. See how you can make it more safe.

Talk with our friendly
Medicare agents in Corvallis

call us at 541-768-4550 800-832-4580 TTY 800-735-2900 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
or Visit our office at  2300 NW Walnut Blvd. in Corvallis 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mon.–Fri.