Women's Health


You’re So Wet Down There — What Does That Mean?

You’re So Wet Down There — What Does That Mean?

From arousal to sweat, here’s everything you need to know about getting wet. It often goes a little something like this: You’re in a little bit of a rush and perhaps tense a little too much before you feel moistness happening in your panty area. Or perhaps someone special catches your eye, and your body stirs, but you’re also nowhere in the mindset, or space, to think about sex.

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Women’s Wellness: UTI Treatment Without Antibiotics

Women’s Wellness: UTI Treatment Without Antibiotics

About UTIs A urinary tract infection (UTI) can knock you off your feet. UTIs occur when bacteria enter the urinary tract and multiply. They affect one or more areas within the urinary tract. This can include the: urethra bladder ureters kidneys They can cause: painful and frequent urination lower abdominal pain bloody urine These infections are responsible for roughly 8 million doctor

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What Do You Want to Know About Women’s Health?

What Do You Want to Know About Women’s Health?

im for 30 minutes of movement at least four days per week. Aerobic, or cardio, exercise is best. This includes: walking jogging dancing swimming Mix routines up and keep your exercise plans exciting by trying different activities. Invite a friend to join you for accountability and encouragement. Cardio alone isn’t enough for optimal health and fitness. You should combine it with some type of strength training. Strength training builds muscle, boosts metabolism, and helps you maintain stronger bones. This is especially important in postmenopausal women. Eat a balanced diet A nourishing diet is the foundation of a healthy lifestyle. Beyond weight loss and maintenance, eating a balanced diet is crucial to a woman’s overall health. Good foods provide vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that are important for growth, well-being, and development. Eating a balanced diet starts with avoiding unhealthy foods. Packaged and processed foods are often full of sugar, salt, unhealthy fats, and calories. Avoid the fake stuff, and opt for the good stuff, such as: fresh fruits and vegetables whole grains fiber-rich foods such as beans and leafy greens fresh fish lean cuts of meat and poultry healthy fats such as nuts, seeds, and olive oil low-fat dairy Here’s a grocery shopping tip: Shop the perimeter of the store. This is where you’ll find fresh foods. Try to avoid the inside aisles, where most of the boxed and processed foods reside.

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Iron

Iron

Iron When women reach childbearing age, blood loss through menstruation can lead to iron deficiency or anaemia, click on 'Read more'.

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How to Fall Asleep in 10, 60, or 120 Seconds

How to Fall Asleep in 10, 60, or 120 Seconds

The fastest way to sleep? Spending more time trying to fall asleep rather than actually sleeping? You’re not alone. Just the act of trying too hard can cause (or continue) a cycle of anxious, nerve-wracking energy that keeps our minds awake. And if your mind can’t sleep, it’s really difficult for your body to follow. But there are scientific tricks you can try to flip the switch and guide your body into a safe shutdown mode. We cover some science-based tricks to help you fall asleep faster. How to sleep in 10 seconds

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Be Fit For Life's approach...

Be Fit For Life's approach...

Be Fit For Life's help? By having a youthful and energetic spirit you can achieve so much more as these two qualities enrich our spirits/our lives, by enhancing and sustaining our vitamins and minerals we enhance our quality of life.

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Calcium

Calcium

Another key mineral to consider is calcium. Both men and women (over the age of 19 and not breastfeeding) are recommended to consume around 700mg of calcium. Please click on 'read more'.

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Folic Acid

Folic Acid

Folic acid works together with B12 to form healthy red blood cells, (or folate, Folic acids natural form) is essential for both women and men, please click onto 'read more'.

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Riboflavin

Riboflavin

Roboflavin, The extra need for riboflavin placed on the pregnant mother by the fetus has been estimated as 0.3 mg ld. And that needs to meet the riboflavin content of milk and the metabolic cost of its secretion is 0.5mg/d.

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Water-Why Is Water Important? 16 Reasons to Drink Up

Water-Why Is Water Important? 16 Reasons to Drink Up

What’s the big deal? It’s common to hear that water is essential for your health. But why? This substance makes up a majority of your body weight and is involved in many important functions, including: flushing out waste from your body regulating body temperature helping your brain function You get most of your water from drinking beverages, but food also contributes a small amount to your daily water intake. Read on to learn more ways water can help improve your well-being. 1. It helps create saliva Water is a main component of saliva. Saliva also includes small amounts of electrolytes, mucus, and enzymes. It’s essential fo

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