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5 Ways Women Can Take Ownership of Their Health and Well-Being

Every woman deserves to feel her best. Although you can feel confident while dressing authentically or surrounding yourself with loved ones, supporting your health is crucial. Use these tips to take ownership of your health and well-being and experience your best year yet. 1. Advocate for Your Needs Consider what you require for your physical and mental health to thrive. You might need to address those things with help from others, like your doctor or loved ones. When you reach that point, you’ll need to learn how to advocate for yourself. Maintaining your health records and preparing questions for doctors are excellent ways to make progress. You’ll know how to vocalize your concerns to address your most pressing needs. Sometimes advocating means talking with your…

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