Women's Health Last updated on 2023-03-08 11:45:46
Ladies, listen to your health and say - but #FirstMe!
- Ms. Chandana Das
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You take care of everyone. But what about yourself?
This Women’s Day, time to say - but #firstme
Women are often described as the backbone of society. They work hard, care for their families, and put the needs of others before their own. Unfortunately, this selflessness often comes at a cost to their health. Many women prioritize the needs of others over their own, leading to neglect of their health needs. It's high time that women start prioritizing their health needs and taking steps towards a healthier lifestyle.
The demands of work, family, and social life can make it challenging for women to make time for self-care. Many women juggle multiple roles and responsibilities, often leading to stress, lack of sleep, and unhealthy eating habits. These factors can lead to a range of health issues, including obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. Additionally, women often put off doctor visits or ignore symptoms of illness because they feel they don't have the time or energy to take care of themselves.
The reluctance to prioritize their health needs can have serious consequences for women. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that women have higher rates of chronic illness than men. Women are also more likely to experience mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. Women who neglect their health needs may be at risk of developing serious health problems that could have been prevented or treated with early intervention.
One of the most important steps that women can take towards prioritizing their health needs is to make time for self-care. Self-care can take many forms, from exercising regularly and eating a healthy diet to getting enough sleep and taking breaks to relax and de-stress.
Another important step is to schedule regular check-ups with a healthcare provider. Many women put off going to the doctor, either because they don't have time or because they don't want to be a bother. However, regular check-ups are crucial for maintaining good health and catching potential health problems early. Women should make sure to discuss any concerns or symptoms with their healthcare provider and follow up on any recommended tests or treatments. So, here are few things to get started with towards prioritizing own health:
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It's also important for women to prioritize their mental health needs. Many women feel guilty about taking time for themselves or seeking help for mental health issues. However, taking care of one's mental health is just as important as taking care of physical health. Women should seek support from friends, family, or mental health professionals when needed, and prioritize activities that promote mental wellness, such as meditation or therapy.
In conclusion, women must start prioritizing their health needs to lead a healthier and happier life. Neglecting their health needs can have serious consequences for their physical and mental well-being. By making time for self-care, scheduling regular check-ups with healthcare providers, and prioritizing their mental health needs, women can take charge of their health and lead a fulfilling life. It's time to put oneself first and make health a top priority.So, ladies, it’s time you listen to your health and say but #FirstMe!
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