Large populations of girls and young women are living self-sabotaging lives because they fail to see the urgent necessity in taking good care of themselves.

Young women all over this country diligently educate themselves to better serve their families and to advance at their careers but at the same time ignore the need for getting better when it comes to self care. It’s time for women, for you, to educate themselves on personal health care issues and to learn to how take optimal care of their body. A better, healthier you results in an overall better quality of life.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reports that over 50% of Chronic disease in the US can be prevented with better personal health care. In other words more sickness comes from a lazy lifestyle then cancer, heart disease, high blood pressure, or any other disease.

We have the power to minimize personal illnesses and ailments by learning about and applying better health care practices.

Here are a few steps to get you started:

  • Educate yourself on women’s health issues – Read, read, read and read reputable scholarly literature about health issues that apply to you. This means more than social media updates but really putting in the time and effort to read books, attend workshops, and even take courses that relate to your health care needs. Find out what (if any) risk factors run in your family and then get educated on the preventative measures.
  • Learn your body – Everyone’s body is different. Really study your body and become an expert at how it functions. Learn what is normal for you and take note when something abnormal takes place. Your body will let you know what it likes and what it doesn’t like. Listen to your body and respond to its signs of approval and warnings.
  • Employ good self care practices – Learn and apply the best self care practices for your body. Develop routines and practices that are perfect for you and your health care goals. Eat well. Rest well. Minimize stress. Laugh often. Pray. Enjoy the company of people who love you.
  • Talk to your doctor – Professional medical advice is a priority for wise women. Commit to visiting your medical professionals regularly, even when you feel fine. Always come prepared to take notes and to share in detail any concerns you may have. View your medical professionals as members of your “Better You” team and see recommendation as a valuable part of your overall plan. Take their professional advice seriously.

Wise women know that a healthy body has a positive impact on every area of life.

Studying women’s health issues, learning your body, employing good self-care practices and talking to your doctor are major stepping stones to creating a lifestyle of great health. Begin to educate yourself today on ways to improve your health. Become a well read young woman and an expert in the area of your health and taking care of you.