The Well Women Healthy Lifestyle Podcast is a weekly show produced by Well Women Network and hosted by a Certified Nurse Practitioner , Michele Broad.
The Well Women Network podcast is dedicated to bring a candid and fresh perspective towards women’s health. This is your safe space, no holds barred. We discuss what you need and what to know.
Michele Broad, a certified nurse practitioner and the owner of the Well Women Network, is the hosts of the podcasts. We invite women’s health experts for engaging interviews that answer your burning questions and give you accurate perspectives on your health and lifestyle choices.
Date: November 25, 2020
One of the hardest subjects that I find women have trouble opening up about and discussing is on the topic of sexual health. Many women suffer in silence thinking that they are the only ones that have any sexual issues. We don’t talk about this sensitive subject enough.
These are all the highly charged topics that Dr. Shannon Chavez and myself discuss on this very candid, open, and thoroughly enjoyable interview today.
Date: November 13, 2020
In today’s show we are talking about the business of your health. We are exploring why we look at our business or our career one way and then at our health in a totally polar opposite way, when in fact they are two sides of the same coin.
In order to have a successful business or career you need your health in order to accomplish that, but oddly most of us don’t see it that way.
Date: November 6, 2020
In today’s episode I’m sharing the interview that I had with Erika Diaz-Castro in her podcast Stronger Than You Think. We did it in Oct. which was National mental health awareness month. We dished on what is PMS vs PMDD and in general how you can boost your mood with little everyday things. I discuss what is the difference between PMS and PMDD and things that you can do to specifically help yourself in these areas. Hormonal imbalances should be thought of as mental health issues and we discuss why.
Date: October 28, 2020
Bacterial and viral infections are different, but they also have plenty of similarities. Both infections are caused by “bad bugs”. Bacterial infections are due to bacteria, and viral infections are due to viruses. Knowing their differences can help you understand how they are diagnosed and treated and that is what we are discussing in today’s episode. We also explore how to know if you have a weakened immune system. What supplements are the best to help boost our immune system.
Date: October 14, 2020
Anxiety is a type of mental health disorder that affects millions of people, from generalized anxiety disorder to panic disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. Different people get anxiety for many different reasons, year-round. However, there is one type of anxiety that mental health professionals are seeing more often, which is anxiety that starts around the fall season and is called Autumn Anxiety.
Date: October 7, 2020
If you haven’t exercised in a while or are looking for something easy you can do every single day then I’d like you to consider giving walking a try. It’s the perfect low impact way to exercise for any level of fitness, It’s easy to do, you don’t need any special equipment, you can start at the fitness level you’re at, and best of all it is free.
In today’s episode we will be discussing these 5 reasons why you should go for a walk every day.
Date: September 16, 2020
Today I am delighted to bring you a wonderful interview with Guide Beauty founder, Terri Bryant.
I first heard Terri talk about her story and her brand on another podcast and I was so moved by how she looked and described make-up that I had to have her on the show. Her story is like so many of ours, a product being born out of personal need, but ending up helping so many others.
Date: September 9, 2020
Is food your best friend in times of stress? Do anxiety-ridden situations send you running to buy your favorite comfort food? In today’s episode, we’ll talk about emotional eating, the health concerns that arise from it, and how you can reverse this potential problem.
Date: September 2, 2020
In today’s episode we are taking a look at how to boost digestion with digestive enzyme supplements, herbs, and superfoods.
Date: August 12, 2020
This is a hot topic for me. Well not the exact topic about douching but the whole idea that brought douching about and that is – that women smell and are dirty down there. As if men never smell..right? So, today I talk to you about the myths that have came about as to what douching can do and what it can’t do.
Date: July 29, 2020
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Date: July 2, 2020
So, y’all may have noticed that I haven’t released a podcast episode in several months. In today’s episode I explain why and I thank you for your grace and space during this crazy time.
Date: March 19, 2020
This week we continue the conversation about detoxing and I thought it would be good to give you some simple steps if you are thinking about trying a detox for a short period of time or even for just a day or two.
Date: March 11, 2020
Last week we discussed how important your liver is to your overall health and especially in the detox process.
This week in simple terms I dive into the 3 phases of detoxification and how it works and how each phase must support one another to work.
Date: March 05, 2020
As we approach summer every year the big push for all the magazines is on the topic of weight loss. With weight loss you start to hear the golden word “detox” start to surface.
First, I find that most people don’t even know what a detox is even all about or even the science behind it. In my book if you’re going to do something you should know why you are doing it.
Date: February 19, 2020
February may be known as the month of love in the consumer world, but over here in the health world, it is known as heart health month.
So, I couldn’t let the month go by without bringing you an episode all about heart health and things that you can do to lower your risk of heart disease.
Date: February 11, 2020
Creativity is something we all use in some form, but many believe they aren’t creative. But the creative mind can be developed. The best way to do that is through practice. The more you do the things, regularly, that flex your creative muscle, the more you will develop a natural ability to be creative.