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Menopause and Fitness

Fitness plays such an important part in my life. I enjoy running and working out at the gym and use the time to listen to music and to reflect on my day. As I’ve got older, I’ve realised the importance of not just keeping fit, but how exercise helps your mental health. Having kids can actually be quite a lonely time for some people and although I would say I am quite outgoing there were times of feeling very alone and isolated. I was encouraged by a friend to play netball and it was really good for my self-esteem to have something just for me to look forward to. I’m really sociable so I love team sports. When I was...

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What are the benefits of women joining a sport's team?

When you were younger did you hate PE lessons? Were you constantly feigning an injury or complaining about your period to get yourself out of participating? Being someone who enjoyed working out, with a very competitive spirit, I could never understand anyone who didn't want to join in. I was never the best hockey player, swimmer or runner but I loved the feeling of being part of a team. I struggled with friendship groups at school and lunchtime was a really difficult time for me. Not knowing who to try and hang out with or to eat lunch with was very stressful and anxiety-inducing.  Taking part in the various team practises meant I was able to go into lunch first...

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SheCan365 Inspirational Women in Business

Underwear designed and made for women with urinary incontinence It’s a fact that one in three women suffer with some degree of incontinence. I’m one of them, which is why I’ve been on a mission since 2017 to not only do something about it from a practical point of view, but also to destroy the stigma surrounding the issue.

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Life After Birth: What You Need to Know about Your Postpartum Body

Your body goes through a lot of changes during pregnancy, and these changes don't stop from happening after you give birth. Once you have your baby in your arms, your body adapts yet again to suit this new scenario. While your stomach shrinks, your breasts grow full of nourishing milk. New medical conditions also arise as your body adjusts to its postnatal state. Bleeding Bleeding is normal after birth. When the placenta leaves the body, it creates a wound that will take time to heal. You will need to wear special leak-proof underwear during this time. Additionally, you'll need to stock up on postnatal feminine pads. Vaginal Discharge Your postnatal body takes care of you after your baby is born....

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