What Does Natural Health Mean to Women?

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Natural health – a term you’ve probably heard but may not understand. Natural health is the natural approach to healing and maintaining good health. It’s the practice that works on the premise of when the body is nourished naturally it can heal itself and possibly even prevent some illnesses. For women this means taking care of your health in natural ways including eating right, exercising, practicing holistic medicine and maintaining a healthy emotional sense.

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Here are a few ways to incorporate natural health into you daily life.

Take Vitamins and Supplements

It’s Vital™A well-balanced diet is almost impossible to achieve from today’s food sources. And if you have dieted for any number of years, your body has most likely been deprived of a large number of vitamins and minerals it needs. Supplements will speed up the process of increasing your positive health benefits since they help the body detoxify and strengthen the immune system.

Go Organic

379300_160264077459036_1713195392_nRecent research suggests that organic fruits and vegetables are more nutritious than their nonorganic counterparts. In addition, many of today’s foods contain toxins such as synthetic hormones, antibiotics and pesticides.


Balance Hormones

1002398_625460274131751_1913446677_nBalanced hormones will have you looking and feeling your best. Consume a hormone balancing diet that includes plenty of fruit and vegetables, complex carbohydrates like brown rice and oats. Add oily foods like fish and nuts to your diet. Cut back on the saturated fats found in dairy products. Drink plenty of water. And avoid sugar.


0_0_0_0_172_172_csupload_57416717Women who suffer from PMS, menopausal symptoms and chronic backaches among other health problems often can’t find the relief from conventional health care. However many find that regular exercise reduces the pain and in some cases stops it completely.


Consider Holistic Medicines

Head MassageConventional or traditional Western medicine is the mainstream medicine practiced in the Western world that includes physicians who treat specific problems through drugs or surgery.

Alternative medicine is also known as natural or holistic medicine. This form of healing therapy looks at the mind, body and spirit of the individual to detect imbalances that may cause disease. Those who practice natural medicine believe that the body has the ability to restore itself and in many cases, it does.

Natural Medicine is meant to be a preventative form of health care. However, there are times when even the body’s natural defenses are not enough and disease such as cancer or chronic pain still occurs.

Alternative medicine treatments are natural and non-invasive. The idea is to nurture a well-balanced and well-nourished body that can fight infections, resist disease and heal itself while aging gracefully.

Women in particular tend enjoy the benefits of natural health. They find living a naturally healthy lifestyle helps reduce symptoms of PMS, menopause, chronic migraines and stress allowing them to live a more comfortable life.

They integrate supplements and vitamins into their diet to create a healthy balance. Many of these vitamins and supplements promote a healthy reproductive system and can improve breast health.

Natural treatments are non-invasive, a plus for many women. These treatments might include an exercise program, getting more sleep, yoga and meditation or turning to acupuncture, acupressure or any other form of alternative medicine.

Living a healthy lifestyle is the foundation of natural health. By balancing your mind-body naturally, you not only look great, but you’ll feel great too.

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