Women’s health in their 30s is an important topic as they enter a phase of life that can bring about changes in their physical and emotional well-being.
If you are considering starting a family or expanding your family in your 30s then it is essential to maintain good reproductive health by getting regular gynecological check-ups, practicing safe sex, and discussing family planning with their healthcare provider.
Women should perform regular breast self-exams and talk to their healthcare provider about scheduling a mammogram if they have a family history of breast cancer or other risk factors.
As women age, we experience more increased stress due to work, family, and other responsibilities. It is essential to prioritize self-care, such as getting enough sleep, eating a healthy diet, and engaging in stress-reducing activities like meditation or yoga. Women should also seek help from a mental health professional if they experience symptoms of depression or anxiety.
Every woman should focus on maintaining a healthy lifestyle to reduce their risk of heart disease. This includes eating a healthy diet, getting regular exercise, maintaining a healthy weight, and avoiding smoking.
Prioritizing cancer prevention by getting regular screenings for cervical and colon cancer is a must for women in their 30s. You should also talk to their healthcare provider about their risk factors for other types of cancer and any necessary screenings.
Protecting your skin from sun damage by wearing sunscreen, avoiding tanning beds, and wearing protective clothing. You should also perform regular skin self-exams and talk to your healthcare provider about any concerning moles or spots.
Explore Better Hormone Health
ReVital offers free consultations where you can speak to one of our clinicians about ReVital’s Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy. At ReVital, we can conduct simple blood tests to evaluate the levels of these hormones in your system and prescribe supplements or therapies to treat and control the majority of hormonal imbalances. We also encourage that you connect with your regular doctor about any changes in your health and moods.