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Embracing Life's Evolution

Connecting our Mind, Body, Social and Emotional Relationships

It’s a cliché, but it’s grounded in truth: There is so much more that unites us as humans than that which divides us. We all have a deep-rooted need for communal support. We all feel physically better when our minds are in good shape, and we all could benefit from a less cluttered routine.I’m thrilled that we get to explore these topics together. IAWH is here not to teach you, but to learn with you, as we navigate life’s seasons. This is a safe space. Let’s throw all stigmas out the window as we work to increase our wellness of body and spirit.

"As we age - we thrive – and our power rests with a steady source of evidence-based – and informed information."

Journeys

About Life's Evolution

IAWH's Life Evolution Project is about the changes in a woman's life as we thrive as adult women (mid-20s to 85+). From menstrual cycles to post-menopause and conditions along these stages. Managing infertility to decisions about if and when to consider having your eggs extracted and stored for future use. Work and life issues include managing family relationships, being caregivers, and raising our awareness to be the healthiest we can be while deciding when and if raising a family is right for us.  

 

Across our lifespan, evidence shows adopting healthier habits to prevent and detect disease is important to our living healthier, longer. We need to be aware of preventive screenings based on age, risks to include family history, and gender.  

 

Let's not overlook getting good rest, eating better, getting some form of moderate exercise, and managing stress is sound advice that we can't deny, but sometimes need reminding. IAWH's Life's Evolution Project invites health and wellness experts to speak on all these issues that help us make healthy lifestyle choices so that we feel better at any age. 

 

Discussing our lifestyle changes prepares us to manage our lives better. 

 

IAWH's Life's Evolution events will use an interactive and engaging online lounge format - with breakthrough sessions versus breakout sessions. We'll also invite you - IAWH champions – to organize online events using our platform to bring your local experts (favorite or well-known health experts) to address many of the topics that we present.  

 

Join our newsletter so that you don't miss IAWH Life's Evolution Project updates, conversations with experts, education, and resources that help us manage our physical, mental, emotional, and social development and how relationships change during phases of our life.

Resources:

Women's Reproductive Health (CDC)

Common Gynecologic Health Concerns for Women (including endometriosis, uterine fibroids, and polycystic ovary syndrome - PCOS)

Visit the IAWH page on Menopause.

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