World Women’s Wellness Day takes place annually on the last Friday of April, which is April 26 this year. This is the ultimate guide to health and happiness — the first Women’s Wellness & Self Care virtual conference, from April 29 to 30, 2021, hosted by “Diversity Woman Media.” The unprecedented challenges women face balancing their careers and their lives as mothers, wives, daughters, and friends will undoubtedly affect their physical and mental health.
History of World Women’s Wellness Day
Diversity Woman Media is currently running a Wellness Wednesday series on health-related topics, including stress management, physical and mental wellbeing, sleep hygiene, nutrition, and mindfulness. Their audience comes from all over the world and is made up of every race, culture, and background. They are single or married, and they come together to share their stories and provide comfort to each other during hard times. They joined the conversation, seeking the hope that their wavering resilience needed.
World Women’s Wellness Day and its virtual conference are extensions of Diversity Woman Media’s Wellness Wednesdays, which provide information about self-care and other wellness issues. World Women’s Wellness Day is that day of the year when women are encouraged to make themselves a priority and focus on their health and wellbeing. The virtual conference will allow women to interact with leaders, specialists, and other resources that will help them reevaluate their lives and positively impact women’s wellness.
They want to empower women with the knowledge they need to be happier and healthier, giving them the tools they need to succeed in all facets of their lives. Their metaphor for dealing with difficult people is, “Put your mask on first.” Flight attendants tell us this when there’s trouble in the air. It shows us the importance of taking care of ourselves before we care for others. Women tend not to put their masks on first, leading to health and wealth issues. “Diversity Woman Media” wants to help women be the best they can be by showing them how to put their own needs first. The result will be happier mothers, wives, partners, employees, and people.
World Women’s Wellness Day timeline
Halbert Dunn, an American physician, created the word when he integrates the words ‘wellbeing’ and ‘fitness.’
The American business magazine features original articles about entrepreneurship, career development, technology, finance, health, and diversity issues as they relate to women in the business world, spotlighting success stories of business.
“Diversity Woman Media” officially declares the last Friday of every April World Women's Wellness Day — the ultimate guide to Health and Happiness.
The first Women's Wellness & Self Care virtual conference is hosted by Diversity Woman Media.
World Women’s Wellness Day FAQs
What’s a women's annual exam called?
Wellness visits, also called annual exams or gynecological exams, are a routine part of healthcare for women. These visits help you take care of your health.
What’s included in women's health?
Women’s health encompasses many focus areas and specialties, including contraception and sexually transmitted infections (S.T.I.s), gynecology, and breast cancer.
What is the most critical health issue today?
According to the World Health Organization report, high blood pressure is the number one risk factor for death worldwide. It is associated with over 7.6 million deaths annually, or 13.5% of all deaths.
How to Observe World Women’s Wellness Day
Consider your wellbeing
Take stock of your overall health status, including physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing. You may discover things about yourself that will help you improve your quality of life.
Join an event
Join an event or organization that supports women's health initiatives. You can find these organizations by searching online or asking friends who may participate in activities related to it.
Participate in a social media campaign
These campaigns often occur through Facebook posts or Twitter hashtags, but they're also easy to create yourself! If you have access to these platforms, consider posting something uplifting about women's health issues or sharing stories from other people who have been affected by them
5 Things To Know About Women's Health
Cardiovascular disease is responsible for one out of every four deaths among American women.
Breast cancer is common among women
According to the C.D.C., breast cancer ranks as the second leading cause of cancer death (after lung cancer) among U.S. women aged 20 to 54 years old.
Women suffer more from chronic conditions
Women are more likely to suffer from chronic conditions, such as heart disease, high blood pressure, and diabetes, than men.
Depression is more common among women
In 2016, 7% of women reported being diagnosed with depression, compared with 5% of men.
Violence among women
One in four Australian women report experiencing physical or sexual violence at some point (24%); this includes childhood abuse and partner violence (20%).
Why World Women’s Wellness Day is Important
It helps transform lives
We believe that women can achieve tremendous success in every area of their lives when they are healthy, happy, and fulfilled. World Women’s Wellness Day is all about helping people achieve good health and having their lives transformed.
Encourages women to attend to their health
World Women's Wellness Day is an opportunity for women everywhere to take charge of their health. It guides women into making healthy decisions, such as exercise, diet, and stress management, that will bring positive changes to their lives.
Promotes better healthcare
It also provides an opportunity for governments and non-governmental organizations to partner with U.N. agencies to promote better care for mothers and children worldwide. It teaches the idea that self-care is about self-preservation.
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