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1. Reduce Your Stress.
One of the most serious issues people face today is that they have too much on their plates and want to juggle it all. Too much stress can definitely have significant effect on women’s health status, ranging from infertility to higher risks of depression, anxiety, and heart disease. As a matter of fact, women need to schedule their activities in such a way that the stress will be reduced to it’s minimum.

2. Stop dieting.
Eating healthy is good, but that doesn’t mean you have to forgo or totally stop eating your favorites. The key is moderation. It’s a good thing if you will consider getting a mix of lean proteins, healthy fats, smart carbs, and fiber.

3. Don’t “OD” on calcium.
According to research, too high absorbed calcium is capable of increasing the risk of kidney stones and this may even lead to increase in the risk of heart disease. If you’re under 50, consider going for 1,000 milligrams per day, but if you are above 50 you should be getting 1,200 milligrams per day mainly through diet.

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4. Do more than cardio.
Women should do cardio or weight-bearing exercises in order to prevent osteoporosis. Weight-bearing exercises should be done at least 3 -5 times weekly, it also prevent heart disease, cancer, and also diabetes. In addition to prevention of serious medical illness, exercise also promotes good self-image.

5. Think about fertility.
A lot of women have no problem getting pregnant in their late 30s, and even in some women, there is no problem getting pregnant even into their early 40s. However, a woman’s fertility may begin to reduce as early as 32. So that means if you desire to have kids, you should consider talking to your doctor about available options, like freezing your eggs.

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6. Appreciate birth control.
Many women believe birth control only keep you from getting pregnant when you are not ready, however, studies has shown that birth control can also lower the risk of uterine cancer and also ovarian cancer, furthermore, it can regulate your cycle.

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