Bathing: Taking regular baths helps avoid issues like dry skin and skin infections. It helps you stay clean and look good.
Hand Wash: Washing your hands is the most basic personal hygiene practice that everyone should perform. Poor hand hygiene can introduce diseases like cough, cold, flu, hepatitis A and gastroenteritis.
Dental Care: Without proper dental care, you are prone to ailments like bad breath, gum diseases, and even tooth decay. Floss regularly, brush your teeth twice a day, replace your toothbrush regularly and store it in a dry place.
Hair Wash: Washing hair and maintaining them should be a vital part of a woman’s personal hygiene regimen. It is advisable to shampoo your hair a minimum of 2-3 times per week and condition as well.
Intimate Hygiene: Intimate hygiene is important for your overall health. Wear loose and breathable clothes to allow sufficient air circulation around the vaginal area.
Building Better Well-being
Eat more whole foods
Eat more fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins.
Exercise is good for your body. It not only helps you cope with stress but also lowers anxiety.
Get enough sleep
When we get enough sleep, it is easier to cope with stress, handle problems, concentrate, think positively and remember things.
Spend 10-15 minutes daily in silence
This gives your brain and body a chance to rest, reset and de-stress.
Practice daily gratitude
Practising gratitude helps stimulate emotional wellbeing into your life!
Get tested regularly
Regular health exams and tests can help find problems before they start. This includes Blood Pressure Screening, Cholesterol Check, Pap Smears, Mammograms, etc.
Health screenings all women should have
- CBC (Complete Blood Count)
- Blood Pressure Screening
- Cholesterol Check
- Pap Smears
- Bone Density Screening
- Blood Glucose Tests
- Body Mass Index
- Skin Examination
- Dental Checkup