I have a problem where I cannot decide on whether to use the a/an determiner or not in the following sentence.
Do you have [a] healthy contact with your environment?
If I remove the adjective healthy from the sentence, to me it is a no-brainer and I would not use the determiner.
Do you have contact with your environment?
However adding the adjective, which is important as it separates the question from unhealthy contact and specifically asks about healthy contact, I have this conundrum.
Am I overthinking things here? If I change the noun contact to the noun mind, I would say
I have a healthy mind
Do you have a healthy mind?
It seems possible to me to choose to use the determiner or not when constructing the original sentence.
Should it be
Do you have healthy contact?
or should it be
Do you have a healthy contact?