Monthly Archives: December 2017

Health Insurance Covering Women’s Interest

It’s not sexist – it’s a fact. Women have different interests when it comes to their health. Women have very different reproductive organs and are at risk for health problems regarding those reproductive organs, both inside and outside their bodies. Women are at risk for different kinds of cancers, complications before, during, and after giving birth, and many women have health problems regarding their menstrual cycles and afterwards, when they are experiencing menopause.

Plus, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, not only is heart disease the leading cause of death among residents of America, but it’s also a major cause for disability. Women are no exception. In fact, for women over the age of 65, heart disease is the leading cause of death.

So, what does all of this mean?

Given women’s interest regarding health concerns specific to women, it’s all the more important for women to have adequate health insurance.

For women, health insurance covers more than just annual checkups and emergency room visits. Women need medical attention particular to their gender, such as regular exams of their reproductive organs, pregnancy, and certain types of cancers such as breast, cervical, and uterine. Some women need special medical treatment during their reproductive years, i.e., the years in which they have menstrual cycles, as well as during their menopausal and post menopausal years.

While there are clinics around the nation that provide health care focused on these women’s interests for free or at a low cost, these clinics can only offer so much prevention and treatment. Having adequate health insurance helps make sure that women and their special health needs will be taken care of.

If you’re a woman, make sure you have proper health insurance. Talk with your mother, your sister, and your daughter about proper health insurance. Although being a woman doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll suffer serious health conditions, having health insurance does mean you’ll be covered.

Here’s How Women Show Interest in Men & How to Interest Women

It seems to be a common theme among men of all ages to wonder how women show interest. Most men can never quite figure it out. So I’m going to take a shot at that question, as well as how to interest women (which is the more important part to master in my opinion).

I’ve noticed that a lot of guys tend to over complicate things when trying to figure out how women show interest.

“Well, she played with her hair, but she didn’t touch her neck.”

“She smiled at me but she didn’t keep eye contact very long.”

“Or, she laughed at my jokes but she didn’t touch my arm.”

“So what do you think? Is she interested in me?”

Dude, relax! The fact is, all of those things ARE signs that a woman is showing interest in you, but (and this is a big but) women only show those signs a tiny fraction of the time when they’re interested in a man.

So, while all those signs are ways that women show interest in men, you’ve got to stop letting them dictate how you act around women.

Let’s boil things down and say that if a woman even acknowledges your existence and pays attention to you at all, lets assume she’s “interested”.

Here’s where the important part comes in…

You have to do the things that will create and increase her attraction towards you.

How do you interest women?

You need to do things that women can’t help being attracted to. Things like having strong body language, portraying confidence, taking control, having strong values, and living an interesting life…

Why Do Women Lose Interest in a Man?

Has she been giving you the cold shoulder lately? Do you feel like she wants to break up and leave you for someone else? Why do women lose interest in a man? If these questions are raging in your head right now, then you are probably wondering what you did (or what you are still doing) wrong. If you really want to salvage your relationship, see if any of these “top reasons why women lose” interest applies to your case, and then work your way towards fixing it.

Boredom. When a relationship is new, it’s hard to keep a woman’s hands off you. She still constantly thinks about you all day, and she probably fantasizes about you when you’re not together. That’s because early in the relationship, she’s still exploring you and your body, and everything is new and exciting. As time passes, the formerly thrilling highlights of your day become yawn-inducing scheduled things – from dates to sex to when to pick up the dry cleaning. If your relationship has fallen into one boring giant routine, it’s time to consciously pull it out of that rut and get her interested again.
You let yourself go. While women are not as visual as men are, they still appreciate a good-looking guy. If you are too comfortable in the relationship and you start becoming unhealthy (gaining weight, not getting a haircut, not showering enough), then she will eventually lose interest. Put some effort into your looks and your grooming if you really want to make her interested in you again.
Unresolved issues. Perhaps you cheated on her? Perhaps you had a big argument a few months back and you haven’t completely settled it? Unresolved issues can really nag a woman’s brain, causing her to be indifferent, or worse, causing her to totally tune you out. Ask if something is bothering her, and then resolve that issue if you really want her attention back.