The constitution of the World Health Organization (WHO) defines Health as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. The basic criteria for a man or woman to be declared healthy is to not have a disease or disability identifiable by the health professionals. Further to this basic criterion is well-being of an individual’s physical body, mental-emotional being and social interactions that enhance and complete the status of health. This well-being is a state of happiness and fulfillment experienced by an individual performing his daily activities and interacting with society. A well-being state lays the foundation for a person to be called healthy.