Why not prioritise yourself with a health check this week. Checking your blood pressure is a great start. Having a high blood pressure often comes with little to no symptoms, but the risks of having a serious medical condition such as a heart attack or stroke are increased.
The good news is, if you do have high blood pressure this can be managed through lifestyle changes and medication bringing your risk down.
To find out more information or to book for an appointment, head over to drnora.com.
This women’s health week, I’m encouraging you to go and get that check up you’ve been putting off. Whether you’re due a cervical screening test, a mammogram, a blood test or just want to chat about menopause, make your health a priority.
Your General Practitioner has an abundance of resources and knowledge to steer you in the right direction and keep your health on track.
So what are you waiting for? Make that appointment today.
A new week brings new opportunities and achievements 💪
Each week, I make a list of the things that I want to achieve. These are tasks that are realistic and can be done with a little motivation. This week I plan to write some useful blogs to help you feel empowered and knowledgable about your health.
If you spend a lot of time in one position or don’t stretch your muscles frequently, you increase your chances of making your muscles shorter and tighter, leading to muscle aches and pains.
By stretching your muscles daily you increase your flexibility and range of movement in joints which can help improve blood circulation and posture. Not to mention stretching also helps alleviates muscle tension throughout the body.
So go on, take a quick break and stretch those muscles.