After watching a video on You Tube, I was reminded that mothers do hold a position that sometimes goes unnoticed. It is not a paid position and they are lucky if they get a break or get time to themselves to do others things they love.
So if you are a mum, I just want to say "Thank You" for all you have done and all you continue to do.
As women, we can take this opportunity this week to love on ourselves by taking care of ourselves. We do so well in taking care of everyone else, how about taking some time this week to tell yourself you matter too.
You may decide to schedule your routine medical checkup, enroll in a weight loss program, incorporate exercise into your lifestyle, Schedule Complimentary Discovery Session with Ade to help you get back on track, eat healthier, get enough rest, pledge to be a well woman or participate in the National Women's Checkup Day; any additional action you take today counts.
Have you ever wondered why the passengers on an aircraft is instructed by the flight attendant to always fit their own mask before helping children, the disabled, or persons requiring assistance during pre-flight safety demonstration? The idea is that you will not be in a position to help others if you don't help yourself first. The same principle applies to your health; Take proper care of yourself first so that you will be in a position to take care others.
Being overweight or obese is a common struggle in the United States: Sixty-two percent of U.S. women older than 20 are overweight or obese. Being overweight or obese increases your chances of get-ting many diseases, including: l coronary artery disease l type 2 diabetes l stroke l cancer of the colon, breast, thyroid, esophagus, kidney, gall-bladder, and pancreas.
Good quality of life, long life, absence of sickness and diseases, happiness, more energy, weight control and the list goes on are benefits of taking proper care of yourself which cannot be over emphasized.