Our bodies routinely send us signals, yet we often choose to ignore them.
This isn’t wise, though, because these signals that we’re so quick to dismiss actually serve a serious purpose. Often, it’s your body’s way of telling you that something isn’t quite right. Consider it an early warning system, alerting you to the fact that some aspect of your health or lifestyle is demanding attention.
Women face particular challenges because our bodies are all unique and there’s no one-size-fits-all approach. We also tend to put others’ needs first, leaving our own health and wellness at the bottom of the list. It’s something we tend to put off.
Time for a change. An upcoming webinar that will be held on Tuesday, March 30th from 7:00 to 8:00 pm will show you how to prioritize your health and how to actually listen to your body when it’s trying to tell you something.
While most of us are familiar with the importance of our gut microbiomes and how bacteria in our stomach is linked to our overall health, we’re much less knowledgeable when it comes to vaginal health. The vagina, or vaginal microbiome, is its own unique ecosystem, made up of millions upon millions of bacteria and yeasts. These are important for optimal health and wellness and they’re also quite fragile, prone to imbalances.
It helps to understand the benefits of a healthy and balanced vaginal microbiota. It can lower your risk of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), urinary tract infections (UTIs) and pelvic inflammatory disease (PID).
It can also improve your immune system, fertility and pregnancy outcomes. That’s why it’s so critically important for women to know as much as they can about their bodies.
They’ll discuss the effects stress, feminine hygiene products and hormone imbalances could be having on your vaginal microbiome. They’ll also provide expert tips on simple ways you can optimize your health and resilience through a combination of lifestyle techniques, diet and natural supplements.
Join this talk about women’s flora, hormones and happiness and make yourself a priority in 2021.
The Country Way has long been a trusted resource, the place to go for health and wellness advice in the community. For more information, call 705-949-1898.