By reviewing many publications, we may have a better understanding of the relationship between health and academic wellness in this paper. Health, according to the World Health Organization (1948), is defined as a complete condition of physical, mental, and social well-being, rather than simply the absence of sickness and infirmity. Physical, mental, and social health are the three components of health proposed by the World Health Organization (WHO). Diet, Physical Activity, and Sleep are the three pillars of physical health. Breakfast promotes focus; yet, if a student skips breakfast, he or she will be unable to concentrate. Thirty minutes of frequent physical activity every day, such as a workout, walking, or aerobics, is beneficial to one's health. If a person sleeps for 7 to 8 hours, it is beneficial to their health. Their academic performance is good. However, the World Health Organisation (WHO) asserted that health is not merely the absence of diseases, but a complete state of well-being. Wellness can be defined as a lifestyle that promotes health. Academic wellness here referred as academic achievement. Academic achievement and general success in life is therefore determined by each individual to be their personal collection of accomplishments for their life. Academic achievement is commonly measured by examinations or continuous assessment. Most of the reviews used statistical tools as correlation and regression to find the relationship. There is a significant relationship between health and academic wellness.
Keywords: Health, Wellness, Academic Achievement.