Recognizing Wellness Outcomes: Anxiety, Spirituality and Locus of Control as a Function of Ageing


  • Elizabeth Maria Mathai



Wellness, state anxiety, trait anxiety, spirituality, mental health, locus of control, health psychology


Wellness is a functioning procedure of getting mindful of and settling on decisions toward a consistent,
healthy and satisfying life. Health and Wellbeing are more than being liberated from sickness, it is a
unique procedure of progress and development. The research examined the profile of State Anxiety, Trait
Anxiety, Spirituality and Locus of Control recognizing psychological transits of wellness outcomes as a
function of aging. The investigation uncovers that as people, transit from youth to more established stage
they become increasingly spiritual, despite what might be expected in a similar excursion old age is by all
accounts observed to be the least anxious (both state and trait anxiety). The explanation for elevated levels of
uneasiness among the more youthful age could be because of the sense, that this age generation is increasingly
stressed and fearful over their future and arriving at their objectives in this focused world. This exploration
is charmed and enlivened by the developing accentuation on wellbeing in the compelling administration of
psychological wellness issues and as a guide to improve emotional well-being status. The ever - the unique
world has become a significant test for us all. With time the obstructions are likewise developing. The
present paper is a push to comprehend the most reasonable approach to manage the difficulties of human
lives. This study connects adopting a more qualitative approach, such as a well-designed interview method,
in gathering knowledge about participant experience after engaging in mind-body-spiritual practices.

Author Biography

Elizabeth Maria Mathai

Research Scholar, DIPR/University of Delhi



How to Cite

Elizabeth Maria Mathai. (2021). Recognizing Wellness Outcomes: Anxiety, Spirituality and Locus of Control as a Function of Ageing. Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 12(2), 94-100.