Positive Vibes

2020 has been a year of anxiety with COVID-19 worries dominating the news and affecting our lives. If you’re like most women we see at our practice, you are coping with multiple burdens, like managing new family schedules, helping children adjust to remote learning and assisting friends or family members who struggle with isolation because they are immunocompromised or elderly. As women, we tend to put others needs before our own, but here at A Woman’s View, we urge you to take care of yourself FIRST.

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5 Ways To Stay Healthy Over The Holiday Season

5 Ways To Stay Healthy Over The Holiday Season

The holidays have a way of throwing off our routines as we cram shopping, decorating and baking into an already-packed schedule. Here are a few ways to preserve your health during this stressful season.

Healthcare For Women, By Women

Women experience health issues and diseases differently than men do. At A Woman’s View, you receive individualized care from an integrated team, all working together for your benefit.

Little Things Can Make Your Day Brighter

Studies have shown a link between a positive outlook and health benefits like lower blood pressure, decreased stress and better blood sugar levels. Here are just a few everyday actions that can boost your spirits and your well-being

Why Weight?

Eight-two percent of Americans said they wanted to lose weight this year, and 37% said they wanted to exercise more. If you fall into either of these categories, read on to learn how you can overcome the barriers to a healthier you.

• Barrier #1: Eating Healthy is Hard
• Barrier #2: I Have no Time for Exercise
• Barrier #3: I Can’t do it Alone
• Barrier #4: But Water is Boring!

Hello & Happy Holidays!

Do you ever feel like this time of year is more stressful than it is joyful? At A Woman’s, we understand the pressures woman feel to make the holiday’s special for their families. That’s why we wanted to dedicate the first issue of our new quarterly newsletter to helping you better navigate the holiday’s, and every day, regardless of your stage of life. Check out the new articles below, and head to our website for even more great tips.

Young On Your Way – Baby, It’s Stressful Outside


The holidays can be a really stressful time between trying to balance school work, activities, friends and your family, and that stress can lead to you feeling tired, sluggish, and irritable. You don’t want to feel like that during the “most wonderful time of the year”, do you? Take this stress quiz to learn more about stress and how to handle it in a healthy way.

Oh Baby – All I Want for Christmas is a Good Night Sleep


It’s easy to feel overwhelmed during the holidays – especially right after you’ve had a baby. When there’s so much to do and so little sleep, it can be difficult to find time to take care of yourself. Check out this article foe tips and tricks on the best ways to take care of yourself to get through this holiday season.

In Full Stride – A Heart for the Holidays


Everything about the holidays tugs at the heart strings: the movies, the music, the food. What you don’t want touching your heart this holiday season is heart disease. Heart disease is the number one cause of death foe women in the United States, but there’s a lit you can do to decrease your risk. Take a look at this article to find out more about heart disease and how you can stay heart healthy during this festive time of year.

Aging Gracefully – I saw Mama Going Through Menopause


Menopause Changes a lot of things, but dint let those changes impact your holiday season.Learn how to take control of life after menopause and start now so you can enjoy all the holidays have to offer. Want more information about how to navigate menopause? Join is in January foe our “Demystifying Menopause” Girl Talk educational seminar, hostedby DR.Anita Montes. For more information, check out the event on Facebook at www.facebook.com/awomansview.