Today (International Women’s Day) we are reminded of the phenomenal contribution that women make to our society.

However, there is still a long way to go.

One area of the women’s movement that is seldom highlighted and where women need to make more progress, is in the field of women’s health.

Admittedly, women now have access to a huge array of medical interventions and services, however, what is really missing is work life balance to ensure that women’s health and wellness is maintained.

Far too often women are putting themselves last while attending to the needs of their family and career to their own determent.

My female clients are often so depleted and overwhelmed by their responsibilities that they forget all about their own self care until it becomes a major concern.

Improving the health and wellbeing of women is the primary focus of my clinic.

If women could recognize the early signs of not coping physically and emotionally they can get help before it becomes a major stumbling block.

Stress is undoubtedly the biggest underlying issue that women face.

As is eating foods that don’t nourish them but are quick and easy to prepare.

Without addressing these issues women can experience hormonal dysfunction, digestive issues, fatigue, recurrent infections and then more stress as it becomes harder and harder to simply get through a normal day and keep up with all of her responsibilities.

Prevention and early intervention is the optimal way to stay healthy. So if you’re feeling a little under the weather now is the time to take action.

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