Best Women's Health Tips for 2019

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Women's health issues are unique from a man's. As such women of all ages must not only take care of common issues that everyone experiences, such as cardiovascular health and digestive health, but also those unique issues that make her...her. A woman needs to pay attention to her unique health needs at all ages, but it is especially important once she reaches her 30’s. Women of all ages may use the health tips below to help improve their health and well-being. 

Keep Your Diet in Check

It’s important to eat foods that provide your body with the nutritional value that keeps you healthy, fit, and strong. Sugary foods, processed foods, carbohydrates, fast food, etc. contain empty calories that provide no adequate nutritional value. Instead, these foods pack on the pounds and health concerns. Aim to eat lean meats, poultry and fish, fresh vegetables, fresh fruits, and water to stay healthy, fit, and free from many of the most common health complaints.

Protect the Mental Well-Being

Mental illness is more prominent in women than in men, particularly conditions like depression and anxiety. While there is still a stigma surrounding mental illness, it’s important to free yourself from this misinformation and do what it takes to protect your mental health and mental well-being. Take time for self-care, recognize the signs of mental illness, and de-stress to keep your mental well-being in check.


Exercise keeps your heart healthy. Considering cardiovascular disease is a top concern for women, the news couldn’t be better. Just 30-minutes of exercise each day improves cardiovascular health and keeps excess weight off. But, if you lead an active lifestyle that includes regular physical activity, the results are even better.

Stress Check

Stress is a part of most people’s lives, but for women, it’s especially concerning since it can lead to heart disease and a host of additional problems that may lead to death if not treated in time. Find ways to de-stress and reduce your health risks. Whether you take a long walk in the park, head to the spa, or read a book, it's important to find stress-reducers and keep stress out of your life.

Avoid Bad Habits

Bad habits such as smoking cigarettes, drinking alcohol, and/or using drugs may not seem so bad right now but each has long-term detrimental consequences for those who participate. Do not begin the habit and you won't have any health concerns or worries now or later on, in life. Studies show that it's safe for women to drink one drink each day without any health consequences. Smoking cigarettes may lead to lung or throat cancer, COPD, asthma, and other conditions while drugs can cause an overdose and lead to serious long-term health effects.

Maintain an Active Sex Life

Sex is good for us. It makes us feel good, but also offers us health improvements that protect us from many health ailments and concerns. An active sex life is important for any couple, at any age. Never think that you are too old to please your partner or that you aren't attractive any more. Sex keeps us feeling young, it keeps us healthy, and studies show that sex also releases endorphins, reduces stress, and provides many other benefits. In the word of Hugh's just sex. Make sure you enjoy it as often as possible.
Women’s health changes with age, but it’s not difficult for her to stay healthy no matter how old she is with the tips above. Keep this information in mind to help live your best possible life, free of health conditions and concerns that threaten your livelihood and good health. welcomes thoughtful comments and the varied opinions of our readers. We are in no way obligated to post or allow comments that our moderators deem inappropriate. We reserve the right to delete comments we perceive as profane, vulgar, threatening, offensive, racially-biased, homophobic, slanderous, hateful or just plain rude. Commenters may not attack or insult other commenters, readers or writers. Commenters who persist in posting inappropriate comments will be banned from commenting on