Central Highlands Rural Health is celebrating Women's Health Week from 6-10 September by providing the community with a number of health and wellbeing messages, supporting women to make good health a priority.
Making an appointment with a local GP for a check-up is a good start to prioritising our health. Another way is connecting with family and friends and being physically active. Staying physically active has a number of powerful benefits including making us feel good and reduces stress and anxiety. As the weather starts to improve it's a great time to get outside and get moving!
Good nutrition is another element to leading a healthy lifestyle and it all starts with eating a variety of foods, eating regular meals, including wholegrains, fibre, fruit and vegetables, and limiting the amount of fat, sugar and salt you eat.
Visit our women's health webpage for a number of great resources to support making your health and wellbeing a priority and remember to follow us on Facebook for more information during Women's Health Week.