Winter is in full effect. The winds are whipping, the snow is falling, and the excuses to stay indoors are abundant.
Even if you don’t have a gym membership, you can still meet your fitness goals by getting a little creative. Try these ideas to stay active this winter.
As the holidays approach, your meals tend to get sugarier, saltier, fattier, and overall worse for your health.
There are still many ways you can enjoy scrumptious seasonal suppers without the negative impact on your health. Here are some do’s and don’ts when hosting at holiday time to ensure everyone has healthy food options and feels their best!
Mental illness is much more common than many people think, and despite the name, is capable of causing physical health problems too. Just like any physical illness, mental illnesses require proper diagnosis and treatment, and most people would benefit from having more information under their belts about these conditions. Learning to recognize the signs and symptoms of mental illness could save yourself or a loved one, so here’s what you need to know.
Women can begin the strains of hormonal changes at a much younger age than many assume. Some begin to feel lifeless, fatigued or depressed, and start experiencing the hot flashes of perimenopause in their early forties, and sometimes even their late thirties. You may not suffer from all of these symptoms; some women notice changes such as weight gain and a decreased sex drive.
Menopause is a fact of life for all women. But just because you know it’s coming doesn’t mean you know what to look for, or when symptoms might start. Menopause marks a big biological change, so it’s important to know the signs and symptoms that indicate the beginning of menopause. And in case you aren’t familiar with the symptoms and effects of menopause, here are five signs to watch out for.
Women’s health is an important issue, and at Williams Integracare Clinic, we prioritize medical care for all women. Whether it’s you, a friend, a sister, a daughter, or a loved one, we all have women in our lives who deserve the absolute best healthcare.
Being healthy is about so much more than not getting sick. In fact, figuring out how to be healthy is just as much about being happy, physically fit, mentally healthy, and socially well-adjusted as it is about avoiding disease and illness. Good health means having more energy, feeling strong and capable, not experiencing chronic pain or illness, and physical, mental, and emotional well-being. But living a healthy life doesn’t always come naturally, so here are six tips on how to be healthy and maintain lasting good health habits.
Hormone balance is vital to women’s health. Your mood, cravings, weight loss/gain, and sex drive can all be a result of these messengers. When your body becomes unbalanced, it is subject to nutrient inadequacies, stress, and toxic influences. How do you know if you have a symptom of a hormone imbalance? I’m covering some of the common signs below.
There is a multitude of health conditions and medical issues that affect women only or that affect women differently from men. Because of this, men and women do need unique medical care. Unfortunately, there are a few areas in the healthcare world where women don’t get the help, medical attention, or resources they need.
When you look at women’s health statistics, you’ll notice a lot of cause and effect. Similarly, when you look at women’s health and disease prevention, you’ll notice many themes that appear. Leading an overall healthy life can drastically reduce your risk of most common diseases. Here are eight eye-opening statistics that demonstrate the importance of a healthy lifestyle.