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Women’s Health
11What-Every-Woman-Ought-to-Know-About-Menopausal-Weight-Gain
Menopausal weight gain can have consequences more serious than outgrowing your favorite pair of jeans. Find out how middle age spread affects your body and what you can do about it. Facts about Menopausal Weight GainUnderstand estrogen.As estrogen levels drop during menopause, your metabolism slows down. Your body burns fewer calories and stores more fat.Watch your…
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11Senior-woman-with-diabetes
A woman of any age can get type 2 diabetes, but it is no surprise that it does tend to be more common for older women. If you are of senior age, you might have a higher concern about having diabetes, and experiencing some of the related complications. Take a look at the following information…
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11PCOS and Diabetes in Women
Diabetes can be linked to many different medical conditions, where you might have a condition like high blood pressure along with diabetes, especially in the case of type 2 diabetes. For women, one of the most common links is between PCOS and diabetes. PCOS, or polycystic ovarian syndrome, causes cysts in your ovaries which can…
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11Vitamins And Minerals For Women
Your body needs vitamins and minerals for good health. There are some vitamins and minerals that women need more of than men do. I would love to give you a free resource sheet to support your overall wellness. Click the button below to receive your gift.  I really wanted to talk about this topic today because your…
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11Image of Treatment for Women with Diabetes.
When you first get diagnosed with diabetes, your doctor is going to provide a lot of information about managing your disease. This includes treatment options from monitoring your blood sugar and taking medication, to changing your lifestyle. Here are some treatment options available for your diabetes. Medical TreatmentsThe first set of treatment options to know about…
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If you are a woman with diabetes, it is essential that you see your doctor regularly and follow all recommendations to help manage the disease. You also need to be aware of the potential complications, which are much more common if you don’t follow your doctor’s orders. Here are some complications to be aware of. PCOS…
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Many of the risk factors of getting diabetes, both type 1 and type 2, are similar to men. However, there are some instances whereas a woman, you might have some different risk factors. By knowing these risks, you have a good chance at avoiding diabetes, particularly with type 2 diabetes. Type 1 Diabetes The first…
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One significant way diabetes can be different in a woman is when she is pregnant. This is not just gestational diabetes, which a woman can get only while she is pregnant, but there are also risk for women who have type 2 diabetes before becoming pregnant. Becoming Pregnant with DiabetesThe first thing you should know about…
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If you are a woman and you fear that you might have gotten type 2 diabetes, you shouldn’t delay getting tested by your doctor. However, before you do that, it is good to look at some of the common signs and symptoms of having diabetes. Here are some common early signs that a woman has…
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Type 2 diabetes is something that affects both male and women fairly equally, though it can be a little different for women. One way it is different is based on what occurs when a woman is in a certain stage of her life. Here is what you should know about diabetes in women, and during…
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Since diabetes is caused by high amounts of sugar being in your blood, sticking to a low-carb diet with very low amounts of sugar is often recommended. Take a look at this information about being a woman with diabetes and sticking to a low-carb diet. How Low-Carb Diets HelpThe reason many people with diabetes or pre-diabetes…
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As a soon-to-be parent, whether having their first child or their fifth, the desire is always to experience the healthiest pregnancy possible. However, health concerns like high blood pressure, also known as hypertension, can pose significant risks. Hypertension increases the risk of developing certain pregnancy complications, especially if these issues are left untreated. Understanding the relationship between…
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Hello and welcome to Cancer Prevention Saturdays! Today we’ll talk about breast cancer risk in American women. I would love to give you a free resource sheet to support your overall wellness. Click the button below to receive your gift.  I really wanted to talk about this topic today because you can prevent cancer by living a healthy lifestyle…
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Hi! Welcome to Fit, Food, and Fun Fridays! Let’s get real here… In today’s society, it’s easy to feel as though thin is beautiful, as many women have been taught from an early age that being thin is the only way to be beautiful. But thin is not always beautiful. If you have been feeling insecure about…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about smoking cessation strategies designed especially for women. Smoking is one of the most preventable causes of death in the world, yet almost half of all smokers don’t even try to quit. Why? Quitting smoking is difficult; it’s not something most people can do on their own, and most people…
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Hello and welcome to Motivation and Mindset Mondays! Today, let’s talk about the busy women’s solution to living meditatively. If you’re juggling responsibilities at home and work, it can be difficult to carve out time to sit down and meditate. While you’re trying to organize your days, you can still start living more meditatively right now. Take…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about what every woman needs to know about eating healthy during menopause. Menopause is a natural part of life, but it can have unwanted consequences. Fortunately, many of these symptoms can be controlled through simple changes to your diet. Find out how to lose weight, reduce hot flashes, and protect your…
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This is Hypertension Prevention Tuesdays! Today, we’ll talk about blood pressure in women. High blood pressure, also called hypertension, is the most important risk factor for stroke. Blood pressure is the force your blood makes against your artery walls when your heart beats. If this force (pressure) is too high, it can damage your arteries. You are…
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Hi! It’s Wellness Wednesdays! Let’s talk about healthy diet changes for the first trimester of pregnancy. A pregnancy can drastically change your diet, but cravings aren’t the only challenge. The first trimester of pregnancy can be a challenging time for a woman. However, these quick diet changes can help you adjust.   Protect you and your baby during your…
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