4 Things That Affect Your Health and Fitness

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4 Things That Affect Your Health and Fitness

4 Things That Affect Your Health and Fitness
Staying healthy seems to be a challenge for women in this age. It's because there's a lot of confusion about what is safe to eat and what isn't. This confusion is created due to too many options available for health and fitness. In addition to this, stressful and extremely busy lifestyle makes it difficult for women to give attention to their health and fitness. Following are 4 things that affect your health and fitness and you should avoid them.

1: Stress and Anxiety
Women usually get upset easily even on little things. It's mainly because they carry bigger responsibilities of child rearing and household stuff in addition to maintaining a good professional life. Due to all of these responsibilities stress and anxiety is not uncommon among them. Stress and anxiety can be the cause of some really serious health conditions such as hypertension, diabetes and lack of strength. That's why you should avoid stress and try to keep your nerves calm. If you are facing any type of problem in your personal or professional life, discuss it with your counselor and get rid of it.

2: Smoking
There's nothing as bad for a women's health as smoking. It not only affects the conception abilities of a woman in her childbearing age but also it contributes to the onset of a number of serious health issues. Smoking increases your risk of developing breast cancer. If you smoke and you are pregnant, you are putting your developing baby at the high risk of contracting birth defects. According to recent research, women smokers are prone to contract more diseases than the men smokers.

3: Lack of Appropriate Physical Activities
Due to your busy personal and professional life, you may not feel the need of proper exercise. However, proper exercise is very important for your health, especially for your bones and back. Lack of appropriate physical activity means lack of proper exercise. A routine of daily workouts can help you prevent many health conditions such as arthritis, hypertension, sciatica etc. That's why you should adopt the habit of performing light exercise everyday to stay healthy and fit. If you can't follow a regular routine of workouts, swimming or a walk will be enough for you to stay healthy and fit.

4: Inappropriate Bodyweight
Women of all ages are too much conscious about their weight. Most of the young women want to look slim due to which they limit their calorie counts. On the other hand, there are many women that don't give importance to what they are eating because they just love eating. It is important to note that being underweight or overweight can create some serious health problems for you. A well-balanced diet should be your first choice whether you want to gain weight or lose unwanted calories. You should take very good care of your bodyweight and try to put on the right bodyweight in accordance with your age, height and your daily calorie requirements. A well-balanced diet is the key to a healthy and fit body.
On the whole, these 4 things can negatively affect your health. That's why you should avoid these things in order to ensure good health and fitness.
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sunder:
thanks for the helpful article
2015-02-03 04:30:48
Joey92:
Very useful information I got from this . Really women neglects their health in this day to day busy life
2017-04-17 04:52:16

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