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Maslow's Physiological Needs
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs is a psychological and physiological input on the norms of
humanity. It is a practical theory based on human necessities that are both intricate in providing a
fully functional and aesthetic life. The reason being, our lives are multi-faceted, owing to the
different aspects of existence such as socialism, individualism, religion, culture, mindsets, and so
on. All these proponents guide our reality and contextualize every event or experience rendered
daily. For that matter, Abraham Maslow developed this theory to address all life concerns
through a pyramid that entails the following levels; physiological needs, safety needs, social
needs, esteem needs, self-actualization, and transcendence. These levels are organized in
ascending order meaning that at the base lies the essential elements that must be sought first
and fulfilled before achieving what's at the apex.
Notably, these needs can also be termed as motivational techniques. They are
motivational in the sense that they imply motion. Throughout the stages of life, everyone grows
and develops according to the immediate setting, be it environment or association (Abulof,
2017). Therefore, the psychological and physiological needs become useful when used together
since they bid to understand human nature and guide us through various personal entities.
At the physiological needs level, most of the wants addressed pertain to anatomical
balance and maintenance. This level includes the essential life input, such as eating, breathing,
among other sensory functions. That way, there is the fulfillment of self-preservation, also acting
as an assurance towards actuating all other daily operations. In other words, the essence of this
phase in Maslow's pyramid is to satisfy all sorts of needs primary to man's survival (Hopper,
2019). Or else, it will be proportionally challenging to attain what lies within the advanced
stages.

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1 Maslow's Physiological Needs Student's Name Institutional Affiliation Unit Code Instructor's Name Date 2 Maslow's Physiological Needs Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs is a psychological and physiological input on the norms of humanity. It is a practical theory based on human necessities that are both intricate in providing a fully functional and aesthetic life. The reason being, our lives are multi-faceted, owing to the different aspects of existence such as socialism, individualism, religion, culture, mindsets, and so on. All these proponents guide our reality and contextualize every event or experience rendered daily. For that matter, Abraham Maslow developed this theory to address all life concerns through a pyramid that entails the following levels; physiological needs, safety needs, social needs, esteem needs, self-actualization, and transcendence. These levels are organized in ascending order – meaning that at the base lies the essential elements that must be sought first and fulfilled before achieving what's at the apex. Notably, these needs can also be termed as motivational techniques. They are motivational in the sense that they imply motion. Throughout the stages of life, everyone grows and develops according to the immediate setting, be it environment or association (Abulof, 2017). Therefore, the psychological and physiological needs become useful when used together – since they bid to understand human nature and guide us through various personal entities. At ...
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