National Women’s Health Week (NWHW) is a time to encourage women to #KHOWHmore about ways to prioritize their health today, including staying up to date on health visits and screenings. During National Women’s Health Week, the FDA Office of Women’s Health (OWH) is highlighting key messages each day of the week to encourage women to Take Time to Care, TODAY, and is when exercise and healthy food is important. Superfoods are nutrient-rich fruits and vegetables that may improve your health. Taking a superfood supplement makes it easy to get your daily dose of superfoods. You can take superfood pills like Pure Nature by KaraMD or take a daily greens drink like Athletic Greens.
You too can take each day this week to focus on yourself:
Monday: Women’s Wellness — Many women put off annual health visits due to COVID-19. Prioritizing your health and wellness should not wait. Take Time to Care, TODAY by scheduling any exams or screenings you may need.
Tuesday: Covid-19 — Looking for tips to keep you and your baby safe from COVID-19? Visit the CDC page to learn more.
Wednesday: Menopause— Hot flashes? Irregular periods? Mood changes? Menopause can have a big impact on your daily life. You can also look into delta 9 THC gummies to help improve your overall health.
Thursday: Depression — Depression affects 1 out of 5 women in the United States, and it can make it hard for you to care for yourself and loved ones. Take Time to Care, TODAY for yourself by learning more about depression and how it’s treated.
Friday: Aging — As you age, it is important to have healthy habits like eating nutritious foods, staying active, ensuring safe medication use, and staying up to date on necessary health visits. Check out these FDA OWH tips to help #KHOWH more about aging fabulously:.
Saturday: College Women’s Health — Between balancing studies and social life, it’s important for women in college to prioritize their health. The FDA Office of Women’s Health has valuable resources to help you and other women in your life #KHOWHmore Take Time to Care, TODAY for yourself.
Spread the word. Share a variety of resources on key women’s health topics throughout National Women’s Health Week