Your 20s and 30s
This is the time of your life.
You may be forging your way in the workplace, establishing relationships, raising a young family, studying, travelling or several of these things at once. Whatever it is you’re doing, it takes a great deal of energy and attention. That’s why it is important to make sure you look after your body and your mind.
Eating the right foods and exercising regularly have never been as important as they are now. They will make you feel better, function better and stay healthier during this crucial stage of life.
Life in your 20s and 30s
It’s not always easy to establish and build a healthy lifestyle but your efforts now will bring rewards.Learn more
Food and nutrition
Eating healthily at home can be a challenge, especially if you are a working woman with competing commitments or a limited budget.Learn more
Conception and fertility
With regular, unprotected sexual intercourse 80 per cent of women become pregnant within a year.Learn more
We often need to use different forms of contraception at different times or stages of our lives, and it is important to work out which is the right contraception for you.Learn more
Mental and emotional health problems like depression and anxiety are common. By developing and maintaining mental and emotional wellbeing you can decrease your risks of such problems developing, and be better able to manage them if they do develop.Learn more
Violence can impact on women at any stage of their lives; however, it is in our twenties and thirties that we are most likely to experience violence.Learn more
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