Set up a clear goal for your health at this point. This may be different from the general viewpoint of health. Have reasons for wanting to feel better and find ways to do that. For example, you might want more flexibility and see that something health promoting so you decide to incorporate yoga into your life and eat more calming, relaxation inducing foods and herbs like green vegetables. This is something you can work toward and see results.
Some people, however, might do better just moving in the direction of overall health verses having specific goals. This can also be useful if you view it in an empowering way verses considering health something that you should work toward without feeling inspired to do it.
In this video Brandon tells what he feels is the "true backbone of health". He gives this explanation to give health a tangible aspect to give our attention to and work on for results. You might have a different viewpoint, however, and that is equally valid. In general, though, he suggests using health to achieve direct goals and states of wellbeing verses viewing it in a dualistic way of either healthy or not healthy. The typical doctor oriented way of categorizing health is often not very inspiring for people, however, setting goals to increase your ability to be in the moment and resillient to any stress that you encounter is something you can work toward and find tools along the way to help get you there.
Here's a video where he talks about this concept.