People need to take care of themselves at all stages of their life cycle. Human life cycle processes are influenced by genetic, biological, psychological, and sociocultural aspects. All sorts of things happen in a person’s life. Events alternate and replace one another, some bring joy, others sorrow. Sometimes everything that happens to you seems quite logical and understandable consequence of what you did before, and it seems that your destiny is completely in your hands, that you have it under control.
An analysis of the appropriate stages of life’s journey is a direct indication of the optimal course of action for each period. And it is necessary to follow these directions. Even if it seems that nothing has changed in life. Otherwise failures can “drag on” for the rest of your life. Or – even worse – happiness can pass by altogether.
From birth to old age, we go through several distinct phases in life. During infancy and childhood, we grow rapidly and acquire life skills.
The human life cycle is a cycle that occurs in a person and includes a period of time for different stages of life. Ideal nutrition and physical well-being ensure well-being at each stage and help people live more. There are six known major stages of the human life cycle, which begins with the prenatal stage, when fertilization and intrauterine development of the fetus occurs, and then ends with the death of the individual. Consequently, old age is the final stage of the life cycle and death is the end of the human life cycle.
Sometimes you get the impression that certain situations and events fall on you like a snowball. Where do they come from? Why are these things happening to me and not something else? Why is it happening to me and not to someone else? What are the future consequences of my reactions to what is happening now? How to choose the right decision among the many options, each of which has its pros and cons, how not to make a mistake? Maybe what is going to happen to me will happen anyway, no matter how hard I try to change it? Or maybe it’s the other way around: I am the master of my own destiny, I decide what I want and create it myself?
There are many questions; one question gives birth to another, but it seems that we will only be able to answer all their multitude when we find an answer to the single, basic question that has been bothering man for ages: is everything that happens to us accidental, spontaneous or can we find a certain regularity in it all?