Beauty in Balance

Worthy Health Tips for Women from Medical Experts that Provide Big Results

Get to know some of the top advices from real medical people about unpretentious tips on how to stay healthy.

 Wellbeing for Women

Dr Hilary Joyce, president of the National Association of Specialist Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

Wellbeing for Women:

“I recommend being selfish to be generous. Enhancing levels of wellbeing for women will benefit not only women themselves, but their families, their work performance and their wider community.”

Dr Hilary Joyce, president of the National Association of Specialist Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

 No Snack Plz

Professor Kathy Samaras, associate professor of medicine at the University of New South Wales

No Snack Plz:

“Unless you are training as an athlete, you don’t need to snack, And when you do eat, sit down at the table and savour it. You can still become fat and unhealthy eating high-quality food, It’s the energy density and total kilojoule intake that counts. The most common problems I see in women are diabetes, obesity and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), It’s fundamental to manage your weight.”

Professor Kathy Samaras, associate professor of medicine at the University of New South Wales

 Have Babies Younger

Dr Hilary Joyce, president of the National Association of Specialist Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

Have Babies Younger:

“Being unable to fulfil a goal of pregnancy and a deeply desired child of one’s own is heartbreaking, I advise, in fact implore, young women for whom having a baby is a high priority to attempt to conceive earlier rather than later. All too often, help is first sought at 39 or even in the early 40s, when female fertility is dramatically declining.”

Dr Hilary Joyce, president of the National Association of Specialist Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

Spend some time with yourself

Psychiatrist Dr Yvonne White

Spend some time with yourself:

“Make sure you make some time to do something that you like to do: reading, listening to music or going for a walk.”

Psychiatrist Dr Yvonne White

Your own health is important too

Dr Cathy Hutton, deputy chair of the Australian Medical Association's Council of General Practice

Your own health is important too:

“Many women come to see me when they feel they can’t cope and are tired. I always check them over … but often it comes down to putting their own health at a higher priority.”

Dr Cathy Hutton, deputy chair of the Australian Medical Association’s Council of General Practice

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