WOMAN, STAY HEALTHY!

Women, we do a lot of things for a lot of people, every day, day in and day out. But there are a few things we have to do for ourselves to take care of our health and well-being, and it’s time they became mandatory. It’s staying healthy. Living full out, means living with a little care. And here’s a few things you can do to ensure it. 1. Visit the Doctor Depending on how sexually active you are visit your doctor for a routine pap smear every 1-3 years. 2. Go on birth control And it’s not just to help you avoid pregnancy. Birth control pills can help you lower risk of uterine and ovarian cancer while helping regulate your menstrual cycle. 3. Get some sleep Sleep can help you de-stress. Sleep can help you function at optimal levels. A lack of sleep can put you in greater risk of heart disease…so give it a little rest, please? 4. Exercise well Working out shouldn’t just stop at cardio. Mix in some resistance training and weight training to help fight diabetes, heart disease and osteoporosis. 5. Don’t go overboard with the calcium Too much of it can increase the risk of kidney stones and. If you're under 50, shoot for 1,000 milligrams per day. If you’re over-50 women should be getting 1,200 milligrams per day mainly through diet . 6. Say no to diets Because it’s time we said hello again to a good old-fashioned balanced meal. Eat everything in moderation, and absorb all the goodness your body can take in. Don’t skimp out. 7. Genetic Testing Get genetically tested to identify any health risks you may face, and take necessary preventive measures.

Women, we do a lot of things for a lot of people, every day, day in and day out.

But there are a few things we have to do for ourselves to take care of our health and well-being, and it’s time they became mandatory.

It’s staying healthy.

Living full out means living with a little care. And here’s a few things you can do to ensure it.

  1. Visit the Doctor

Depending on how sexually active you are, visit your doctor for a routine pap smear every 1-3 years.

  1. Go on birth control

And it’s not just to help you avoid pregnancy. Birth control pills can help you lower risk of uterine and ovarian cancer while helping regulate your menstrual cycle.

  1. Get some sleep

Sleep can help you de-stress. Sleep can help you function at optimal levels. A lack of sleep can put you at greater risk of heart disease…so give it a little rest, please?

  1. Exercise well

Working out shouldn’t just stop at cardio. Mix in some resistance training and weight training to help fight diabetes, heart disease and osteoporosis.

  1. Don’t go overboard with the calcium

Too much of it can increase the risk of kidney stones and. If you’re under 50, shoot for 1,000 milligrammes per day. If you’re over-50 women should be getting 1,200 milligrammes per day mainly through diet .

  1. Say no to diets

Because it’s time we said hello again to a good old-fashioned balanced meal. Eat everything in moderation, and absorb all the goodness your body can take in. Don’t skimp out.

  1. Genetic Testing

Get genetically tested to identify any health risks you may face, and take necessary preventive measures.

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