Being active and exercising is extremely beneficial to women’s health. There are many returns you can derive from physical activity from better sleep to helping control your weight – two very important factors in maintaining women’s health. Physical exercise of one kind or another is recommended every day for a minimum duration of 20-30 minutes. This does not mean you have to go and run on a treadmill though. As long as you are getting your heart rate up regular chores such as vacuuming and gardening can be used to fill you daily quota of exercise.
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Blood pressure, stress, heart disease, strokes, and diabetes are all women’s health conditions that can be lowered by practicing daily activities. In addition to these physical benefits, exercise can help lower any stress you may be under and help you sleep better. Some women find that if they work out too close to bedtime that they have a harder time going to sleep. If this is the case try working out first thing in the morning, by doing this you will boost your metabolism for the rest of the day too. And having a faster metabolism will help women’s health by keeping weight down as long as the right foods are consume.
To ensure that adding physical activity or exercise to a daily routine, a doctor should be consulted to ensure that there are no concerns in the women’s health that should be taken into consideration. Some of these concerns could include if you are pregnant, have an injury or have just recently recovered from an injury, and if you are obese. A woman who is over the age of 50 or who has diabetes should also consult with a health care professional. Activity is still recommended despite these conditions but a doctor will most likely have some limitations and precautions to follow for optimal women’s health.
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