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Women's
Wellbeing

Exercise improves mental health by reducing anxiety, depression, and negative mood and by improving self-esteem and cognitive function. Exercise has also been found to alleviate symptoms such as low self-esteem and social withdrawal

Activities such as strength training and high-intensity interval training, as well as regularly changing up your exercise routine can help maintain muscle mass, prevent cardiovascular decline and improve balance. All three of these components are essential to living a long, healthy and independent life.

Experts found women (and girls) to be more physically inactive than their male counterparts, in part because of women’s self- or family-inflicted time constraints managing multiple obligations to family, workplace, or community...

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From the first menstrual cycle until menopause, women live with a shifting level of estrogen and progesterone that impacts their fertility patterns as well as also their brain chemistry and moods...

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Strength training is often thought of as a men's fitness regimen, but the benefits are incredible for women, too! Increases bone density – Bone density declines as women age, especially following menopause. ... Helps with weight loss – Contrary to common belief, strength training can help with weight loss...

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Femininity comes from the way you look, the way you move, the way you dress, hairstyle or make-up you wear and the way you express yourself. It is the full package. It is not because you are shaping your body...

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