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Every multifaceted woman toils round the clock for her kith and kin leaving behind her personal time. Perhaps, this toil is the reason for women to leave no stone unturned. However, there are still problems faced relating to psychology, menstruation and work-life balance that women don’t vent out. All women should make it a habit to begin their day with health and invent a better ‘YOU’!
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Women have the habit to focus more on the health of others to such an extent that they neglect their internal health problems and also retain stress. Did you know that this habit can affect your cardiac health? Build resilience instead. Learn to say no and become ace problem solvers. This can cut down your stress by half. Face the stress and let your kith and kin be a part of what you are undergoing! This can build better relationships and also improves your mental health.
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Your family needs you. Don’t run behind fad diets that focus on short term benefits and come with added disadvantages. Just focus on the nutrition of the food you consume and opt for natural and organic foods. Instead of adopting diet strategies that can let you shed a few pounds, choose exercise or Zumba or go for a solitary walk. You can find inner peace as well as shed excess fat. This is good for your soul as well.
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It is well known that fulfilling sex has the ability to reduce stress and improve physical health. At the same time, it is important to do your research about sexual health. Practice safe sex and maintain healthy vaginal hygiene! Take your period problems seriously and consult a doctor to overcome the problems!
Learn to differentiate between emotional intimacy and sexual intimacy! Talk to your partner about your definitions of pleasure, romance, relationship, comfort time, and an ideal routine. This can build your sexual health and also ensure that your partner pays attention to any of your sexual discomforts.
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No, this is not advice but a real problem faced by a lot of women. It is widely seen that women spend time excessively due to the night shift or family engagement that they tend to get in the bed post-midnight. This affects sleep hormones and also exhausts your energy. There are more chances that you either wake up late the next day or wake up abruptly to start your day.
Your sleep debt increases and boosts fatigue, memory, and efficiency. Ensure to hit the bed before 11 PM and practice a healthy routine.
Women’s day is a warm reminder for you to build that ‘me time’ and include as a part of your routine.
DISCLAIMER: While we have taken steps to check the accuracy of information & practices shared here; it is not a replacement for a doctor’s opinion. it is important to first always check with your own doctor before trying any medication, practice or suggestion from this site.