From Healthcare 2.0, to summer sun and skin cancer prevention, to sleep and sex, to a 6-time Olympic winning Guinness World Record holder….Real Women on Health! May 19th radio show runs the gamut of guests and conversations.
The health consequences of sleep deprivation are already known, how cheating your body of the R&R it needs can make you more prone to illness, stress, traffic accidents and even weight gain. Arianna Huffington believes getting enough shut-eye is the next feminist issue. After all, women have already broken glass ceilings in politics, sports, business and the media – just imagine what we can do when we’re fully awake.
Can’t get to sleep?
You’ve heard wrong. Sex is exercise and a way to get yourself to sleep. Too tired to do much of anything? Listen in for some solutions that can help you in this area.
Lastly, you’ll get a taste of the inspirational this week with Anne Abernathy, a Guinness World Record holder who’s the oldest woman ever to compete in the Winter Olympics Games. Tune in to Real Women on Health! blogtalkradio at 12:30pm EST on Friday, May 21st to learn more about how she took up lugeing at the age of 33 (“the ski slopes were crowded”) and overcame multiple health issues to now become a women’s health advocate especially around bladder control.
Please join Kelley and Cassie hosts of Real Women on Health! and their guests this Wednesday, May 92th at 8 pm – 9 pm EST streaming live on your computer. Or, if you’re near Fairfield County, Connecticut, its 1350 or 1400 on the AM dial!