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It’s also common for women in their 20s to be low in magnesium. This leads to high blood pressure, high blood sugar, irritable mood, excess body fat around your waist, and high cholesterol levels. You may even experience heart palpitations.
You can again find the magnesium in our Women’s Health Bundle, but this time in the included multivitamin.
You may consider having children in your 20s. But, many women wait until their 30s these days.
Whenever you choose to do this, you’re at risk for iron deficiency because of high blood loss during your period. Iron also helps your unborn child grow.
Whether you’re low on iron for that reason, or another, it leads to frustrating symptoms like fatigue, brain fog, shortness of breath, dizziness, and an irritable mood.
Mayo Clinic also notes you can absorb more iron with greater efficiency by eating it with vitamin C.
You do want to be careful with iron, as excess amounts for extended periods of time increase your risk for certain kinds of cancer. Check your iron levels annually when you visit your doctor, beginning in your 20s.