Our journey is to provide wellness for all

Our mission is to revolutionize wellness, making it simple to achieve holistic health. Our starting point is to provide you with an extensive portfolio of wellness products. We are developing a platform to deliver personalised guidance, connections, and services for wellness right-sized for you... stay tuned. 

Wellness defined by you

Wellness is the proactive pursuit of holistic health across physical to emotional needs, the center of everything we do. Achieving holistic health includes conventional (medical/pharma) and complementary (naturopathic/herbal) services. Where you are in your wellness journey... your wellness priorities today vs. tomorrow... and how you make your wellness choices are personal, ever-changing, and can be overwhelming.  

We need a better solution

While we have amazing medical services, as many of us know, our US healthcare system is broken. Chronic diseases are the leading drivers of $3.5 trillion annual health care costs.* 

  We are here for you

Whether you need help navigating your wellness options; better sleep, less stress, staying active or managing existing conditions, you can turn to wellness.global. We complement clinical advice provided by physicians, and we fill the gap often seen in self-care by forming a community of wellness providers, experts, enthusiasts, and products.

 

*The leading causes of death and disability are: Heart disease, cancer, chronic lung disease, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, and chronic kidney disease (Source: CDC 2019). Chronic pain is defined as persistent pain lasting at least three months. It has many underlying causes, from arthritis to cancer and more. It affects more than 50 million adults in the U.S. and costs the nation up to $635 billion annually.
(Other Sources: Consumer Healthcare Products Association 2020, IHRSA 2020, IBIS 2020, National Health Interview Survey - Complementary Health Approaches, Bureau of Labor & Statistics, Pew Research 2020, Paradox of Choice - Barry Schwartz)

New York Times: "Americans are among the most stressed people in the world" April, 2019
National Institute of Mental Health: "Any Anxiety Disorder." Retrieved 8 June 2020
Anxiety And Depression Association Of America: "Facts & Statistics." AADA, 18 June 2020