September 27th, 2018 is National Women’s Health and Fitness Day. Have you thought about ways of celebrating it with the women that you’re closest to? Why not encourage them to schedule an appointment with Genesis Women’s Health Services? Seeing Dr. Wilburn for a yearly gynecological checkup is advisable as it helps alert you and the doctor to any possible problems that you’re having with your health.
Nutrition Services are One of the Many Things Dr. Wilburn Specializes In
Dr. Wilburn offers nutrition services as well as other women’s health services. If you need advice on how to eat better for your body and lifestyle, you’ll find what she tells you to do helpful. She’ll also be able to help you find a form of exercise that meets your needs and schedule. You’ll benefit from seeing Dr. Wilburn and following her sound advice.
Make Exercise and Eating Right Part of Your Normal Routine
Being healthy and fit takes effort. It can become a fun part of your daily routine, however. Try switching things up as much as possible, so you get a lot of variety. Walk one day and play tennis the next. Do gentle yoga in the middle of the week and jog at the end of the week.
- Find activities that you find fun to do and feels less like work. Take your dog on a walk or ask a friend or family member to join you. Make it an event instead of a chore.
- Catch up on a conversation with someone you miss. Bring your camera with you and get some shots in nature. Play a competitive game of ping pong with your kids.
You’ve got options that get you up and moving. The point is to make sure that you exercise regularly, eat healthily, and schedule regular appointments with your family doctor and OBGYN.
Meet with Dr. Wilburn and Find New Ways to Be Healthy and Fit This Year
Set up a time to meet with Dr. Wilburn today. Have her examine you to make sure that your body is functioning properly. Take time out of your busy schedule to discuss any concerns you have about your health. She’ll be more than happy to help you by giving you the right advice, scheduling a procedure, treating a condition or disease or prescribing medication that minimizes the symptoms that you’re displaying.