VHE in Schools:
Children are in their prime stages of development, so it is essential to focus enriching their knowledge during this time; using methods that relieve stress, increase concentration and energy levels. Only later on in life will these benefits fully be acknowledged, as children learn the importance of hydration, nutrition, elimination of toxicities and emotional harmony. It is important to highlight the correlation and repercussions of exposure to stimuli affecting ones health in a negative way. It is relatively common medical knowledge that excessive sugar quantities impact brain functioning negatively, leading to hyperactivity. But these issues are not discussed in the classroom, and more specifically, neither are their accumulated manifestations, which can ultimately lead to more significant problems later on in life, such as Diabetes. Should this kind of knowledge not be brought up to reinforce the practical implications of commonplace misbehaviours and overexposure to toxic stimuli? Or at the very least as a Food for Thought exercise in the classroom?
VHE in Geriatric Practice:
The wealth of information that is available to harness ones own health and strength can be utilised to revive those weakest in our economy. Implementing a similar educative regime teaching wholesome nutrition, juicing and supplementation along with light exercise that facilitate a proactive use of the body and mind, can reverse the destructive effects of ageing such as dementia and other chronic illnesses. The programme devised for the elderly uses the same principles and concepts as VHE in Schools, targeting more specifically a regenerative process of self-help therapy.
VHE in Care Homes for Special Needs:
Special care units and centres currently follow an ineffective protocol for harnessing the best potential from individuals suffering handicap and mental restraints. VHE proposes to engage in methodologies that improve overall health of those with special needs, improve the quality of companionship and reducing challenging behaviours.
As well as targeting school culture and geriatric practice, a successful social revolution will come about if every stratified area of society is carefully identified and catered for with applied methodologies. Initiating commonplace health-awareness, consciousness and mindfulness regimes into our daily routines is vital to a healthy, happy and well-rounded sustainable society.