Women Health and Wellness
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Balancing the demands of career, family, significant other, and sometimes even coping with societal pressures to look good or conduct oneself in a certain way can be quite draining for women. As she passes through several milestones in her life, it is necessary that every woman out there makes sure to put her health above everything else. Although ‘taking care of yourself’ doesn’t rank #1 in the priority list of most women out there, this year ‘It’s Time for You’ to take care of your health, your fitness, and prioritize yourself among other things. After all, all the people who do depend on you can only do so, if you are at the top of the pyramid in terms of health and wellness.
To help women in their quest to take better care of themselves, we at HealthifyMe have compiled 12 health and fitness tips that will come use to women from all walks of life. These tips are based on information gathered from several sources and personal experiences. So, no matter what your age or overall health status is, these 12 tips will help you increase your chances of better health and fitness all through your life.
We’re all feeling the effects of the current spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) on some level. Though it’s imperative that we stay informed & aware, it’s equally imperative that we don’t inundate ourselves with a constant intake of media. Do what you can to take care of yourself + those closest to you, honoring any overwhelm or anxiety as it arises. This is a powerful opportunity for all of us to take better care of ourselves. Engage in consistent self-care rituals and mindfulness practices to nourish the nervous system. Try to move through each day, one step at a time, calm, conscious & aware vs. stressed, anxious & obsessed.
It’s true that washing your hands obsessively and properly is super important, as is avoiding contact with others if you feel unwell or have recently been traveling. It’s also essential that we look out for our elders and immunocompromised friends, & assist them in any way that we can at this time. Help them with their groceries or filling prescriptions so they can stay safely at home. Bring them nourishing foods, soups, stews and teas (more on this below!) to boost their immunity and protect them. Get in touch and offer your support.