Whole person health involves considering all parts of the body, not just a single organ or system. And it focuses on restoring health, promoting resilience, and preventing diseases throughout people’s lives, not just treating specific health problems.
But the concept of whole-person health also goes beyond that. Whole person health means looking at health at different levels—individual, family, community, and population—and considering the many interconnected biological, behavioral, social, and environmental factors that influence health. (National Institute of Health)