National Women’s Health Week 2023 | CMI Health Blog

National Women’s Health Week 2023 | CMI Health Blog

  • 15 May, 2023
  • Dallas Akins

Join CMI Health in celebrating women’s health this week! National Women’s Health Week (NWHW) is celebrated each year, beginning on Mother’s Day, to encourage women and girls to advocate for themselves and to make time for their health.  It’s all about empowering women to make their physical and mental health a priority.  


Women's health is a crucial issue that deserves attention and awareness. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), women in the United States are more likely than men to experience chronic health conditions such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. Women are also more likely to experience mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety. 


The goal of National Women's Health Week is to encourage women to take steps towards improving their health and well-being. This includes making healthy choices such as eating a balanced diet, getting regular exercise, getting enough sleep, managing stress, and getting recommended health screenings. During NWHW, women should discuss with their health care professionals what simple preventive and positive health behaviors they can incorporate into their everyday lives. Be proactive about your health and encourage other women in your life to do the same. 


Learn steps you can take for better health 


National Women's Health Week is also an opportunity to raise awareness about women's health issues and advocate for policies and programs that improve women's access to healthcare. This includes promoting reproductive health, ensuring access to affordable healthcare, and supporting research into women's health issues. By raising awareness and promoting healthy behaviors, we can empower women to prioritize their health and lead happier, healthier lives - together. 

Still have questions? Feel free to contact us at or call us at 888-985-1125 (ext. 1). 

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