A Balanced World With Healthier Women
By Saloni Maheshwari
"Communities, countries, and ultimately the world are only as strong as the health of their women."- Michelle Obama
Let’s dedicate the day towards a healthier world with a dose of healthy tips. A balanced world is a better world!
Several health issues affect overall women health like irregular menstrual cycles, pregnancy complications, hormonal changes, menopause, fibroids, PCOS, etc. While at times, it might feel impossible to handle these issues, that’s when a healthy diet and lifestyle come into play!
Do you know a good diet and lifestyle can increase your lifespan to 13 years? And with a couple of changes in your diet plan, you can have a better version of yourself! Don’t you want that? Don’t you want to attain your life goals while being fit and healthy? Only with a healthy body and mind, you can achieve your goals!
I came across a tweet from Nithin Kamath (Zerodha Founder) who posted about his wife, Seema, and her page. I was intrigued and loved her confidence, boldness, and positive attitude.
As quoted by her, “As cliché as it may sound, health is wealth. All the money in the world can’t buy you perfect health, and it is crazy how many just ignore it. Small changes to diet and physical activity can go a long way in improving health”.
You should read her page
So, women, take care of your health with these tips:
1. Pay attention to your diet and nutrition
Focus on fruits and vegetables as they give you most of the nutrients that your body requires. You can also switch to tofu and soy products. Also, eat foods rich in iron and calcium. With age, women lose more bone mass than men, this is why it becomes necessary for women to take calcium supplements after 30. But why tale supplements when you can take natural foods. So, make a couple of changes in your diet to stay fit and healthy for the long term.
2. Say “No” to Stress
It is said that women take more stress than men which causes hypertension, insomnia, cardiovascular diseases, etc. So, why take the stress? Spend some time on yourselves, engage in activities that you enjoy, and most importantly, try to follow your passion.
3. Regular Health Check-ups
Opt for a mammogram, pap smear, and transvaginal once every year that can detect breast cancer, cervical and ovarian cancers. Be aware of them and reduce your chances of contracting them!
4. Exercise and Workout
Regular workouts and exercise are a must for everyone. It keeps osteoporosis (which is common in women) at bay!
5. Take care of your sexual health
Lack of attention to sexual health might lead to issues in sex, pregnancy, periods, and also relationships. Be open and expressive!
This women’s Day, let’s promise to keep ourselves and all the women in our lives fit and healthy!