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Top Blogs of the Week: Love, Physical Health, and Mental Health

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In the aftermath of a "love"-ly weekend, EmpowHER's bloggers reflected on ways to love yourself and boost the bedroom action. This week also explored a new way to relieve anxiety, habits to adopt to win at the gym, and what else we can all do to keep Alzheimer's Disease at bay. 

Love YOU More! "Love yourself first and everything falls into line." - Lucille Ball 


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From the blog: "Don't lose hope as self-love isn't a switch that's on or off, its a process--a daily one."

Obesity, Nutrition & Your Sex Drive

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From the blog: "The same 10 to 15 pounds of weight loss that can help decrease a chance of a heart attack, diabetes and stroke, can reawaken your sexual appetite."

Study Shows Lavender Oils is Effective for Relief of Anxiety


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From the blog: "Lavender oil in a capsule is comparable to a prescription strength anti-anxiety medication according to a recent double-blind study." 

6 Habits Women Should Take to the Gym to See Better Results


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From the blog: "If you trick your body by introducing it to a new exercise, your body will have to work harder and expend more energy than it would if it is the same old routine that your body is used to."

Beyond the Basics - How Else Can You Stave off Alzheimer's? 


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From the blog: "While we may not have a definitive way to prevent Alzheimer’s disease, we can make lifestyle choices that improve our chances." 

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