OK, ladies … the days of procrastinating are over.
Over as in O-V-E-R.
Listen, we’ve all done it. We make promises to ourselves to improve our health, only to find the littlest excuse to
put it off for another week, or month, or even a year. Need some motivation? And need it immediately? Well Physicians First Messages is here to remind you that we’re in the midst of the 18th annual National Women's Health Week, which kicked off on Mother’s Day.
What is it, you ask? Well, according to womenshealth.gov, National Women’s Health Week is an observance led by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women’s Health. The goal is to empower women to make their health a priority.
And, let’s face it ladies: You rarely make your health a priority.
Well, there’s no better time than the present to start making your health No. 1 on the priority list.
So what should you do to make yourself healthier? Well, for starters you should visit a doctor or a nurse for a well-woman, or a check-up, and preventive screenings. In addition, get active, eat healthy, get enough sleep and work on managing stress.
Now that we got your ear, how about participating in National Women’s Health Week in one capacity or another?
For instance, how about spreading the word through social media or easy-to-use resources? (Don't forget the #NWHW hashtag!); Or you can join the National Women’s Health Week Thunderclap. Quite frankly, any kind of involvement is another stepping-stone to becoming a healthier you.
And that’s what it’s all about in the first place. Ladies, please stop procrastinating. The time is now to do what’s best for you. Why not start by getting involved during one of the most important weeks of the year?
Physicians First Messages guarantees you won’t regret taking part. But remember, we just gave a little nudge.
You’re the one that’s got to take the next step and get involved.
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