1.They stay hydrated: Throughout the different stages of a woman’s life, from childhood to old age, maintaining adequate hydration is vital. During menopause it will contribute to bone and skin health, reducing the effects of aging.
2.Supplement their diet with dietary supplements: When you are pregnant, a supplement helps to ensure that you get the folic acid you need on a daily basis to lower the risk of certain birth defects.
Postmenopausal women. Women lose bone density due to hormonal changes. Many women do not get enough calcium and vitamin D from the foods they eat. Calcium and vitamin D help prevent osteoporosis.
3.They sleep between 6 and 8 hours a day: Getting enough sleep helps activate your mind and improve your mood; and helps prevent health problems. Women are more likely than men to suffer from insomnia and other sleep problems. Hormonal changes during the menstrual cycle, pregnancy, and menopause can affect a woman’s sleep.