Embracing a new phase in your life means getting the best of that time frame and preparing yourself the next. We love to celebrate the big 30 with a big cake and friends is great but how prepared are you for the journey ahead.

Our body needs and wants get different as we get older. Lets go through a few tips that will help you be a super 30’s woman.
 Find a diet you love
 Find a workout you love
Reducing your red meat intake

Get your Kegel on
“Urinary incontinence affects 40 percent of women and costs billions of dollars every year to manage,” says Antonio Pizarro, M.D., board-certified OB-GYN. “Women in their 30s should do Kegel exercises — at least 30 reps per day — to improve pelvic floor muscle strength and improve the risks of developing urinary incontinence

Do a monthly breast exam
“Women in their 30s should perform monthly breast exams and report any pain, swelling, lumps, rashes or other changes to their health care providers immediately,” says Experts. “Mammogram screening may start at age 35 if a woman has a first degree relative with breast cancer.”

Tweak your calorie intake

Stay on top of your checkups

 Stand more
Do anything and everything you can to stop sitting so much. Sitting is terrible for your health — even if you work out regularly. Become mindful of adding more movement into your day.

Have more orgasms
Not just because they’re awesome, but because they may offer brain benefits: When researchers took MRIs of women mid-orgasm, they found participants had increased blood flow to all parts of their brains.

Pay attention to bone density
“Osteoporosis is real and can sneak up on you,” says celebrity fitness trainer Alycea Ungaro. “Get plenty of dark leafy greens and up your resistance training as opposed to cardio workouts to keep yourself strong for the next several decades.”

Keep your hormones in check

Always wear sunscreen

Drink water every morning
Drinking a glass of water first thing in the morning hydrates your bod (and brain!) for a new day.

Flossing is one of those über-important health routines we almost always put on the back burner. Meanwhile, it’s one of the most important. It’s not just about removing food bits from your teeth, but the plaque that forms between your teeth, which causes tooth decay, gingivitis and eventually tooth loss.

Visit a dermatologist
“Your 30s can bring significant changes in your complexion,” says board-certified dermatologist Dr. David Bank. “As you get older and produce less oil, your skin can get drier and scalier. The accumulation of sun damage can begin to crop up in the form of fine wrinkles, especially in the crow’s feet area. Also, because your skin cell turnover is slower, you may begin to look slightly more pasty with less of a rosy glow.

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