Top 10 Tips For A Healthy Life For Women

Everywhere, women are bombarded with products and ideas about“Healthy living”. From social media influencers promoting their“Favorite protein,” to health articles sharing new research on the benefits of green tea over coffee, the amount of information, standards, advice, data and research that women are exposed to on a daily basis is almost too much. This raises the question of what women should do and eat to stay healthy?

Fortunately, there are some basic ways that women can maintain a healthy lifestyle, which have been proven to be effective time and time again. Here are our top ten.

1.Take 5 basic supplements-multivitamins/minerals, fish oil, magnesium, probiotics, and vitamin D

2.Take 20 minutes to eat/eat slowly

3.Eat until 80% full

4.Eat as high-quality food as possible; clean, unprocessed whole foods; organic fruits and vegetables, meat and dairy products.

5.Pay attention to how you feel after eating certain foods; study eliminating certain types of foods. If you need guidance, discuss the elimination diet with your doctor.

6.Exercise-the amount and type of exercise will depend on age, fitness level, experience, and overall health. The general advice is to do 1-2 high-intensity workouts per week, 2-3 moderate to low-intensity workouts per week, and recover for 2 days. Recovery can also mean very light movement/movement work. For women, the most important thing is strength training to make sure you have strength training in your routine. Studies have repeatedly shown that strength training contributes to hormone utilization, so this is particularly important for women who undergo any hormonal shift (perimenopal/menopal/postpartum) .

7.Manage stress. There are many ways to solve this problem: meditation, breathing, talk therapy, exercise, natural therapy; finding the right one for you is the most important.

8.Sleep! This is the foundation of almost everything. Everyone’s sleep needs are somewhat different, but most women need 7-8 hours of sleep each night to function optimally. Sleep can be a challenging issue for many women, especially those in perimenopause/menopause or postpartum. There are many ways to improve your sleep; if you don’t Sleep well, talk to your doctor.

9.Relationships-our connection to others is an important part of our overall health. Family, friends, colleagues… … they are both important and worthy of our attention. If you’re struggling with a person/relationship, there are ways to be positive about it in a healthy way.

10.Practice self-care. It doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive. Self-care can be as simple as taking a hot bath with Epsom salt before bed. It can mean scheduling 10 minutes a day to close your eyes and lie down to breathe. It could mean putting“Read my book” on your calendar in 15-minute increments. Or just go outside and walk around in natural light and air-it’s good for our brains and how we think about everything. Women are very good at putting other people’s needs ahead of their own, but we all know that taking care of ourselves can play a big role in how we take care of others.

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