Keep the Beat
Your heart is perhaps the hardest working organ in your body and it’s the centerpiece of your cardiovascular system. And yet, one in every four American adults suffers from some type of cardiovascular disease.
Breast Cancer Prevention
By now it’s widely understood that focusing on a healthy diet and lifestyle plan plays a key role in the prevention of many types of breast cancer. In fact, a number of studies show that engaging in regular daily exercise can vastly lower your chances of a breast cancer occurrence and, even in conventional healthcare settings, certain foods are being touted as effective breast cancer fighters.
Get the Edge Over Endometriosis
If painful periods keep you curled up in bed, making it impossible to live your life, you may have endometriosis. This devastating condition can limit your ability to function at school or work, and seriously compromise your quality of life. Along with crippling physical symptoms, endometriosis takes a huge emotional toll, causing extreme stress, anxiety, and frustration.
Most everyone experiences anxiety now and again. But if you’re a woman entering into the journey of menopause, you may be surprised to find that you’re experiencing anxiety more often than you used to. Worse yet, you may experience full-on panic attacks, which can hit you with sudden, severe symptoms like chest pain, sweating, dizziness, and nausea. These experiences can make you feel like you’re going crazy—especially when you’re not facing any real danger and it seems like there’s no obvious cause. But there is a cause: The major hormonal changes that come with menopause.