Basic vitals are often recorded as measurements of health.
Your height and weight are measured to calculate your body mass index. Are you the ideal weight for your height?
Blood pressure is often obtained and documented. Is your blood pressure too low or too high?
Exercise is encouraged to maintain good health.
Calorie counting and nutrition are ways to improve your health and prevent disease.
Drinking sufficient amounts of water is encouraged to keep your body hydrated and performing optimally.
Consider these measurements as basic standards for your own health. On a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being ideal and 1 being poor, grade your performance in each of the following categories. Then set a goal to improve the performance or measurement in one or more of these areas. Make your first goal achievable. Track your performance daily.