Women's Health: Improving Self-esteem

Everyday many women grapple with low self-esteem. Here are some tips on how to improve yourself image.

Millions of women, from pre-teen years post-menopausal, wrestle daily with low self-esteem. Are you one of those women? Do you know a woman who has low self-esteem? Struggling with a bad image of oneself can lead to depression, eating disorders, and the performance is mediocre or substandard at school or work. Not realizing your potential and your value as a human being can take a toll on your health and your quality of life. It also can influence your relationship.

What causes Low self-esteem?

There are many reasons why women in particular struggles with self-esteem and body image. Among the reasons is the media, lack of nurturing during childhood, peer ridicule, sexual/physical/verbal, and rejection. Some women have decreased self esteem because of physical changes in a State as a result of getting older, weight, or have children.

Whether you are dealing with these issues?

On many occasions, it is in the mind only. Fear and doubt can interfere with a person's mind until there is nothing left of them. Regardless of how others may find them valuable, they can't see their value and constantly putting yourself under examination and to compare herself with others. Negative thoughts is all they focus on everything they believe.

Does that sound like you?

How to improve your self esteem

First and foremost, I would like to tell you that you are not alone in what you feel. I have been struggling with my body image and other things about myself, and I did have low self-esteem for a while. I overcame it, and I want to help you improve Your self-image, too. Here's how:

Give your time and attention to your appearance. You are quite important and worthwhile to spend time on your hair, makeup, and skin. Eat right, exercise, and a focus on collecting, seeking a polished look, and it looks like you put effort in to how you see it.

Give your inner-self time and attention. Pray, learn new things, give yourself a break mentally, and feed your mind with positive things. The things that you read, watch, listen and say all have an effect on you. Do not play the music that reinforce bad feelings you have, playing music that reflect the way you want to feel. Your inner to self-nurture, and it will make light out of your physical appearance that people will notice. It's called confidence.

Focus on being the best "you" and not "like her." If you find yourself saying, "I want to be like him," cut it out. You could never be him, you can only you, so stop trying. There may be some similarities between the positive qualities and your goals, but you really don't have to be someone else. You're meant to be a better version of "you."

As part of making the effort to be yourself, stop making comparisons between yourself and other women. Just don't do it.

Get away from negativity and drama. If your friends, family, or coworkers bring you down, take a step back. Spend a little time around them, stop playing what they said over and over in your mind, and rid itself of the poison. You are too specific to sit around and take it when someone puts you down and confirm your reason for self-doubt. Get it as soon as you can.

Make a list of your favorite attribute. Think of at least one physical properties and one personality trait that you like about yourself. If you can think have more, that's great. Write it or type it. If there are things you don't like about yourself, trying to change it if you can. If you don't like something about yourself just because of what other people think, or if it is something that you can't change, let alone. You are more than likely the way that is fine with you.

Make a list of things You're good at. Write them down (or type it) and do things more often, or even improved skills. The more you do the things you do well, the better you'll feel about your ability. Also, don't be afraid to learn how to do new things, because you might find something else that you can get really good.

In the end, the key to improving