Healthy Tips for Women

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  1. Pay attention to your well-being:
    No doubt, you are having a lot of responsibilities—but having these all taking care of health is also important. Try to do your best to eat right, appropriate exercise, and get enough required sleep. Try to manage some time for doing things you really like and enjoy and staying in touch with your loved ones who mean the most to you.
  2. Go of stereotypes:
    Although women’s rights have already come a long over the years, many women continue to face obstacles because of their gender. From stereotypes & inequality to discrimination, abuse and violence, women’s issues persist today— it may be either in the workplace, in society or no doubt at home too—even in this progressive areas of the world
  3. Take care of your mental and physical health:
    Talk to your health care provider about stress, anxiety, and depression, and about the health effects of alcohol abuse and alcoholism—which can be more serious in women. Follow recommendations for routine health care—including regular exams and immunizations, prenatal care, and vision, hearing, and dental care
  4. Watch for health issues that are more common in women:
    Women are more likely than men to experience medical conditions like urinary tract problems, overactive bladder, incontinence—joint pain and osteoarthritis, migraine headaches, and others. Know your family history, and contact your health care provider if you develop any new symptoms or experience chronic pain
  5. Don’t smoke:
    According to the American Lung Association, more women are affected by smoking-related conditions than in the past, and smoking is now the largest preventable cause of death among women (and men). Quitting is the best way to improve your health and avoid exposing your family to dangerous secondhand smoke
  6. Know your risk for heart disease and stroke:
    Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women (and men) in the United States; however, women are more likely to die following a heart attack. Women also have a higher risk of—and additional risk factors for—stroke. Talk to your health care provider about your heart health
  7. Maintain a healthy weight:
    Women typically have less muscle and more fat than men, and are usually smaller. Therefore, they need fewer calories to maintain a healthy body weight and activity level. Be sure to eat a well-balanced diet, get regular exercise and physical activity, and keep your BMI within a healthy range
  8. Take care of your reproductive health:
    Sexual health is an important part of overall health. Reproductive concerns include menstruation, contraception, infertility, breast health, female cancers, pregnancy and breastfeeding, menopause, etc. Talk to your health care provider about safer sex, STD prevention, and screening procedures you need to stay healthy.
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