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On June 24, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, which was established in 1973 and protected the constitutional right to an abortion in America. The ruling left many shaken, now faced with a reality that once seemed impossible.

When it comes to women cannabis users, 75% say they use for medical purposes, with the goal of easing common issues like having trouble sleeping, anxiety, difficulty concentrating, irritability, and muscle and joint aches.

Cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death in the U.S. and globally. And while it's not breaking news to anyone that sleep is a necessary component to living a healthy and happy life, new recommendations from the American Heart Association indicate that sleep duration is now specifically considered an essential component for ideal heart and brain health.

When it comes to mental health, there unfortunately remains a negative stigma associated with using medication to help manage any associated symptoms to improve overall quality of life. You'd never expect someone with asthma to go without their inhaler, or someone with high blood pressure to forgo their prescriptions. So why does society insist on shaming those whose mental health can benefit from medication?

Let me tell you: Writing and reading about self-care are often a lot easier than actually practicing it. And I bet you'd be hard-pressed to find a woman who doesn't recognize the value of self-care in some form. That doesn't, however, mean we're all actively implementing and recognizing it in our daily lives—though it's clear we should be!

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