How to Improve Women’s Health

Improve Women's HealthWomen have different health needs from men. The following tips should help you feel more energetic and fit in no time!

Follow a Healthy Diet

Keep your diet as natural as possible – fresh fruits and vegetables should be on top of your list. Stay away from processed food as much as you can. Whole grains and food containing high fiber are also recommended. Fill up your pantry with low-fat dairy products that will help lower down your risk of developing calcium deficiency and bone problems. Also choose leaner cuts of meat, fish and poultry and try to avoid anything that has high content of salt, sugar and fat.

Exercise Regularly

Many women in the United States die from having heart diseases. Keep yourself healthy by doing regular exercises – 30 minutes a day for at least 5 days a week. Aerobic exercises such as cycling, biking and jogging are all good for the heart.

Get Rid of Bad Habits

If you’re a smoker, then now is the right time to quit. Stay away from company who smoke or do drugs. If you drink alcohol, try to do it in moderation. Most studies show that it’s safe for women to consume one drink daily. One drink measures around 12 or 14 grams of alcohol which is equivalent to 5 ounces of wine or 12 ounces of beer.

Keep Stress to a Minimum

In all the stages in a woman’s life, she will experience a lot of pressure and stress. This is unavoidable but you can manage it by simply taking a few minutes to relax and get your perspective back. Mental health is very important to anyone’s physical well-being. So take some time to breathe whenever you feel stressed. There are many ways that you can manage it – exercise, meditation and relaxation techniques.

Avoid Excessive Sun

Too much sun can cause skin cancer. So keep your sun exposure to a minimum as it can be deadly. To protect your skin against cancer, apply sunscreen with sun protector factor before going outdoors. However, you should also regularly check for signs as application of SPF products do not completely protect you. Some signs of skin cancer are changes in the size of birthmarks or moles and enlarging red patches in the skin. If you notice anything like this, please consult your doctor immediately.

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