6 Ways to Boost Women’s Health


No matter how many times women are reminded that they don’t need to conform to what society deems as an ideal example for what a woman should look like, or what she should have achieved by a certain age, many women simply exhaust themselves trying to ‘have it all’.

When you think about it, there are only three guaranteed constants in your life : Death and taxes, as well as some sort of unobtainable goal that we set ourselves. Whether your goal is to look a certain way, weigh a certain weight, or become a millionaire by the age of 30, there is usually an impossible target to reach that we set ourselves.

Our expert therapists at www.juveaaesthetics.com are well aware that some goals are truly unobtainable. However, we are here to help you realise that you can do certain things for yourself that can greatly boost your health and well-being. Here are some of our top tips to help you look good and feel much better about yourself, which can serve as a great health-boost:

1:Appreciate just how amazing your body is!

You need to realise what a natural wonder your body really is. Take a minute to marvel at its ability to grow and pop out a baby, as well as feed and nurture a new life,  to power you through a running marathon, and endure an enormous amount of mental and physical stress.

2: Realise that you can fix things

If you are unhappy about your post-partum body, hate the lines and wrinkles developing around your eyes, or want to be rid of stretch-marks, you don’t have to put up with it. With help from www.juveaaesthetics.com, you can tackle your body image issues to treat and improve them. This is great for your body confidence and mental well-being.

3: List your best bits

When looking in the mirror, focus on the things you like about yourself most. This could be your hair, your smile, your elegant hands and nails – notice your good bits and appreciate them instead of focussing on your problem areas. This can be a powerful tool to fight body image issues.

4: Count your NSVs

If you have an issue with your weight, instead of being fixated on the numbers on your scale – ditch them in favour of a tape measure. Your weight can fluctuate greatly throughout the day, let alone a week or a over a month. When dieting or exercising, track your progress by measuring your non-scale victories (NSVs). Notice your inch-loss and how much better you feel in yourself with improved moods and increased energy levels – all import NSVs!

5: Make a victory file

Keep a journal of your successes. Note down your positive progress, whether that be sliding easily into a pair of jeans that used to be too tight, when you receive a compliment from a friend or work colleague who notices some positive changes in you. Use this as positive reinforcement of just how far you have come.

6: Use positive affirmations each day

Adopting the practice of repeating positive affirmations to yourself in the mirror each day can give you a serious boost to your confidence, mood and well-being.