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Ways women can improve their health

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For the short answer on how to improve your health as a woman, learn to eat right and exercise properly. But that’s the case for everybody. More specifically, several areas of self-maintenance are worth considering for the conscientious female:

  • Cosmetics
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Hormonal Supplements
  • Synthetic Foodstuffs
  • Unhealthy Relationships

Cosmetics

Paraffin wax–it can cause carcinogens in the home, which lead to cancer. The American Cancer Society has also issued certain warnings about cosmetics. Generally, relying on cosmetics can ultimately have pretty negative fallout. Even natural, organic substances constantly applied to the face and skin seep through the skin into the bloodstream. Additionally, they clog the pores, causing acne, moles, and more–depending on where you get the cosmetics. Some of the most effective cosmetics have moral ambiguity defining them too; like products designed from adipose tissue reaped from humans. Fat, human or animal, is often listed as “cholesterol” under beauty product ingredients.

Pharmaceuticals

Today’s culture has a pill for everything, and they’re virtually all bad. Anything that isn’t organic, but is either produced in a factory or a lab through a combination of chemicals, is liable to be bad for you. That’s just a good rule of thumb! Natural substances, or “drugs”, can be more “safe”; though they’re still not totally recommendable. Even alcohol is healthy in proper doses–but who is temperate? While a glass of wine a day has grape tannins that are good for your heart, a bottle a day dehydrates you and impacts your heart as well as your liver.

Women are often prescribed pharmaceuticals for a variety of conditions. What do these drugs do? Well, basically, they “fuzz out” a symptom which comes from a larger condition. The majority of depression comes from an external source that stimulates a psychological change. Dampening the impact of that psychological change doesn’t address what caused it; it just defrays the moment where that cause is confronted. Meanwhile, pharmaceuticals put your hormonal and digestive system out of whack, and can lead to severe health conditions down the line.

Hormonal Supplements

Birth control increases the chances of some cancers while decreasing the chances for others. This throws your body out of whack so much you don’t get a menstrual cycle. That isn’t healthy!

Synthetic Foodstuffs

Avoid processed foods. Avoid preservatives. Eat natural foods, not GMOs–rats have been shown to develop tumors from GMO corn. If you’re on birth control, pharmaceuticals, and synthetically-derived cosmetics, GMOs could be the straw that broke the camel’s back.

Unhealthy Relationships

A bad relationship will knock you out psychologically, predicating food abuse, substance abuse, pharmaceutical use, and lack of resources which force you into eating foods like GMOs. Make him put a “ring on it”, and hold out until he does. Take your time. If you’re not taking birth control, you’ve got an added incentive to refrain from physicality. Don’t be fooled: sexual chemistry can be manifested; it’s not a black-and-white scenario.

It’s like riding a bike. Until you learn how, you’ll be awkward. A new bike may be hard to ride even if you’ve ridden before; but if you work with it a bit, you get the hang of it. Sex is more like that than a black-and-white, either/or compatibility. Compatibility is determined by willingness on the part of both partners to put their significant other ahead of themselves. If your man can’t wait, then he may be using you.

Rounded Out Health

If you eat right, exercise properly, avoid unhealthy cosmetics, avoid unhealthy substances, and avoid unhealthy relationships, you can actually do a substantial job of reducing your likelihood of contracting a variety of female health issues.

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Benefits of Breastfeeding

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Some mothers decide to breastfeed their babies when they are born while others would rather not embark on this journey. The topic of breastfeeding tends to be a pretty sensitive one as there is a big divide amongst women who breastfeed and those who do not. While there are plenty of benefits to both mom and baby when it comes to breastfeeding, it is not for everyone and that’s ok too. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that a mother breastfeeds her baby for the first year of life and there are many benefits of doing so.

Nutrition Basics
Breast milk is made up of all the right amounts of vitamins, fat and protein that a baby needs to thrive. This milk comes in a much more safe and natural form whereas store bought formula can be based off of not so great ingredients such as corn syrup solids and sugar. Not to mention that there is a perfect form of antibodies that help a baby develop a really strong immune system. This can be beneficial in helping fight off bacterial and viral based illnesses.

Development
Breastfeeding benefits are not just nutritionally based. There have been studies that show children who were breastfed for at least the first six months of like had higher IQ scores than those that were fed solely from formula. This isn’t just due to nutrition but also thanks to the physical contact a baby receives while they are nursing. Eye contact, skin to skin contact and being held can all help a child’s emotional and intellectual development. Babies that are breastfed are at a higher risk of sudden infant death syndrome as well.

Immune Support
The benefits of breastfeeding occur during the period of time that a baby nurses but these benefits can often last a lifetime. Breastfeeding has been proven to reduce a lifetime risk of allergies and asthma. There is a decrease in ear infections, illness and stomach upset when breastfeeding takes place. More research will be done in the future to determine other benefits, but it is suspected that breastfeeding can reduce a number of cancers, diabetes and also obesity later on in life.

Benefits For Mom
In addition to breastfeeding being beneficial for the baby that is receiving the mother’s milk, nursing can also benefit the mother as well. With all of those extra calories being given to the baby, those post partum pounds can be shed quite fast. Oxytocin is a hormone that is released during the nursing process and the uterus reacts by shrinking faster than normal. As for long term benefits, breastfeeding can decrease the risk of ovarian cancer and breast cancer throughout the rest of the mother’s life, not just the months where breastfeeding occurs.

The benefits of breastfeeding far outweigh the benefits of formula feeding is nursing is something you can accomplish. It’s not an easy journey to embark on but it is worth the work that you put into it. Utilizing the services of a trusted and reputable lactation consultant can help you address any issues that might be going on whether it be an issue with latching, staying latched or milk production. It is important to remember that only you can decide what is best for your baby. You may want to enlist the help of your medical professional as well when determining what is best for you and baby. Certain prescription medications can be harmful to a baby if passed through the breast milk, so always check with your doctor regarding this fact as well.

 

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Importance of National Breastfeeding Month

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August is National Breastfeeding Month and people are joining together all over the world to promote this natural and beneficial way of feeding one’s child. Not every mother chooses to breastfeed and not every woman is able to due to medical issues but mother’s milk is beneficial to both mom and baby and is recommended for the first year of like by the American Academy of Pediatrics as well as The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.

Promoting Health Benefits

Not all women receive optimal health care during their  and because of this, they may not be aware of the benefits associated with breastfeeding. With breast milk being comprised of all the perfect amounts of fat, protein and vitamins that a baby needs, mother’s milk is the way to go for the majority of infants. These days, many store bought formulas contain some really nasty ingredients like chemicals, corn syrup solids, refined sugar and more. Breast milk contains ingredients that the mother is consuming but if mom is taking care of herself and eating properly, then breast milk is beneficial.

Immune System Development and Care

Breast milk contains antibodies for a host of different illnesses and once consumed, the baby will form a resistance to these illnesses. Both bacterial and viral illnesses can be completely prevented thanks to breastfeeding and even if they are contracted by the infant, their duration can be much shorter. Some preliminary research is showing that breast milk can prevent certain cancers, diabetes and developmental delays as children grow. Ear infections, the flu and RSV can all be prevented or shortened by consumption of breast milk. Allergies and asthma are on the rise in children under the age of five but breastfeeding can also help prevent these things as well. These facts are easy to access when looking into the benefits of breastfeeding but for those who are not aware of it, national breastfeeding month can be a good time to get these facts out there and reach the masses.

Proper Child Development

Not every child will walk and talk at the exact same point in their lives but there is a general age where children are expected to meet certain milestones. Breastfeeding has been shown to help children reach these milestones on time or earlier than normal. When breastfeeding takes place for the first six months of a child’s life, they tend to have a higher IQ score than those children that were fed formula on a consistent basis. Keep in mind, this is largely in part to all of the great things that are in breast milk, but one of the benefits of breastfeeding that is promoted during national breastfeeding month is the bonding that occurs between the mother and the baby. Skin to skin contact is beneficial for development as is eye contact and being held and soothed.

The mother of the baby, whether baby is born yet or not, is the person who will make the final decision regarding whether they will breastfeed or not. National breastfeeding month can bring mother’s together to help educate and inspire women to nurse their babies. All other conflicts aside, including whether or not to breastfeed in public, breast is best in the majority of situations and national breastfeeding month can help get the facts out into the public so women can make an educated decision on what is best for their baby. Utilizing the services of a lactation specialist can help make this process simpler and more enjoyable for mom and baby. It is recommended that nursing continue for the first year of life.

 

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Hepatitis Causes and Prevention

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Hepatitis means inflammation of a person’s liver cells due to an injury to the liver. There are different types of hepatitis you can get that can be determined through a laboratory test. Hepatitis can heal on its own without the need of treatment, but in some cases, treatment is necessary since the virus causes a chronic infection. The main types of hepatitis are A, B, C, D, and E. Hepatitis A, B, and C cause the most liver damage.

Hepatitis can be a symptom of another disease, and it is mainly a symptom of autoimmune diseases. The hepatitis is a disease that is mainly caused by a viral infection. Hepatitis often starts as an acute disease but can progress and become chronic if not detected early. The disease can cause liver cirrhosis, liver failure or liver cancer to the patient.

Causes of Hepatitis

Hepatitis can be caused by toxins from drugs, alcohol or other sources of toxins. It can also be caused by bacteria, viruses, parasites or an autoimmune disease where the body attacks the liver. However, the most known common cause of hepatitis is a virus.

Hepatitis A and E are short term viral infections that are mainly transmitted through water or food that is contaminated by human or animal waste. Other sources of these forms of hepatitis include under cooked food or raw food that has not been handled in a hygienic way.

Hepatitis B can be spread through having direct contact with infected blood. It can also be sexually transmitted or spread to a child during childbirth.

Hepatitis C can be spread through direct contact with infected blood. It is rare for the disease to be spread from mother to child during childbirth or during sexual intercourse.

Hepatitis D can also be spread through infected blood. However, you can only get hepatitis D if you were infected with hepatitis B. Those who are at the greatest risk of getting the infection include drug users since most share needles. Other at-risk groups include those who have unprotected sex with multiple partners.

Prevention

New cases of hepatitis have been significantly reduced through vaccinations. There are vaccines available for prevention of hepatitis A and B. the vaccinations are effective in reducing the number of infections in children as well as adults.

Currently, there is no vaccine for hepatitis D. however; the disease can be prevented once you get immunized for hepatitis B.

Babies who are delivered to mothers suffering from hepatitis B should get the vaccine within 12 hours of birth to prevent them from getting infections.

Other things that can be done to prevent infection include the following:

  • Washing your hands and encouraging other people to do the same with water and soap after changing a diaper, after coming from using the bathroom and before handling any food.
  • Avoid eating raw foods from unknown places and always drink bottled, boiled or chemically treated water.
  • Practice safe sex. Using condoms goes a long way in preventing the spread of the infection.
  • Do not share sharp objects or toothbrushes.
  • When performing first aid, always wear gloves.
  • Disinfect all blood spills and wear gloves when cleaning up any body fluids.
  • Seek regular prenatal care when you are pregnant.

To reduce the risk of getting a non-viral type of hepatitis, avoid taking excessive alcohol. Also, consult a physician before starting a new prescription and on taking supplements. Hepatitis is a disease that needs to be taken seriously as it can cause severe damage to your liver.

 

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National Women’s Health Week

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Annually, the United States Department of health and human service office on women health leads Americans in observing a national women week. It often begins on the popular Mother’s Day and stretches to a period of one week. This year, the Americas celebrate the 18th anniversary of women health week which commences on May 14th and ends on May 20th, 2017. The primary objective of this liturgy is to inspire all women to have a priority in their health and to have a prodigious care of themselves. This year’s celebration emphasizes on the advantages of integrating active and preventive health activities in the day-day do about.

Steps to Take for a Better Health During National Women’ Health Week

The following steps will help you achieve a better health:

Get Moving

Physical activities such as jobbing, aerobics, going to the gym are the most important things that your health needs. It is of importance to your health since it lowers the risks of contracting the disease that is the leading cause of women’s health; the heart disease. For instance, get at least 2 to 3 hours of aerobics every week, have at least 2 hours each week to strengthen your major muscle groups, and finally, reduce your chances of falling by doing balance training.

Get Recommended Screenings and Preventive Care

You can do a regular check up with your health care providers to prevent yourself from getting diseases, disabilities, or injuries. Moreover, it is said that prevention is way better than cure; therefore, preventive care will detect the disease early thus having an initial treatment.

Take Healthy Foods

Food is integral to our life, but at times, it becomes toxic. Therefore, you ought to practice a healthy eating lifestyle such as:

  • Including foods such as greens, fruits, grains, fat-free milk and any other dairy products, low salted lean meat, trans and drenched fats and low added sugars in your healthy eating plans.
  • Women need to have 400 micrograms of folic acid each day for cells that their body generates every day to develop healthily. The only significant ways you can get this folic acid is by eating vitamins rich in folic acid or eating a bowl of breakfast cereal that has folic acid each day
  • Avoiding smoking and drinking too much.
  • Checking on your weight and getting to know if you need an excellent and effective guide to shed off some weight to stay healthy and fit.

Prioritize your Mental Health

You need to have a stable mind and a physically fit body to stay healthy. Evidence has it that a stable and healthy mind is associated with an improved body health. To have a stable mental health, you should:

  • Get a sufficient daily sleep – Enough rest has a noticeable impact on how you do your daily activities and your mood for the day. Psychologists say that adult human beings need at least 7-8 hours of sleep each night to have a robust mental health
  • learn healthy ways of managing stress since a healthy mind is the one which is free from fear.

Practice Healthy Behaviors

  • Protect your body from the Ultraviolet rays which may damage your skin and eyes, exposing your premature skin may result in skin aging and cancer. Therefore, you are advised to Wear sun cream, sun protection glasses and have a step by step guide on skin protection.
  • Per the research, 18 women die daily in the U.S. due to an overdose of the prescribed painkillers. Therefore, you are advised to follow the doctor’s prescription diligently when taking these drugs.

 

 

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Hepatitis Awareness Month

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The Purpose of Hepatitis Awareness Month

The CDC strives to inform and educate individuals, communities, organizations, the medical community, and groups on Hepatitis.

  • What Hepatitis is
  • The symptoms
  • How it impacts lives
  • The treatments available
  • Testing available
  • Resources available

May is the time to heighten your awareness of Hepatitis to help yourself and those around you to become aware and educated about this insidious disease, many times a hidden and severe threat to your loved ones.

Hepatitis is a Dangerous Virus

You have no doubt heard about Hepatitis, or maybe not, but if you do you know what hepatitis is and how this can impact your life you will want to spread the word. Gain knowledge and information put out by the CDC during Hepatitis Awareness Month in May.

Many people have Hepatitis and are not even aware that they are infected. Hepatitis is a well-hidden illness of epidemic proportions. Millions of people suffer from Hepatitis in America every year.

In a nutshell, hepatitis is an inflammation process within your liver. This inflammation can remain as such or spin out of control causing fibrosis.

Fibrosis is a scarring of the liver tissues. This scarring hardens the liver tissue, which in the end resembles a stone. Hepatitis can cause you cirrhosis or cancer in the liver.

All forms of hepatitis cause liver damage in differing ways, some types of Hepatitis offer no indications the person even has a health problem. Other people suffer from minor symptoms of this disease. Other people have serious complications resulting in death.

Hepatitis, unfortunately, is very common and caused by substance abuse such as too much alcohol all the time, street drugs, and certain diseases related to immunity disorders.

Five Types of Hepatitis

There are five types of Hepatitis, A, B, C, D, and E. Type A caused by the ingestion of contaminants from food and water. Type B causes a chronic disease leading to cirrhosis and cancer, caused by contact with infected body fluids. Type C causes a chronic illness leading to cirrhosis and cancer, caused by contact with infected body fluids. Type D caused by contact with infected body fluids, and type E caused by the ingestion of contaminants from food and water

Universal Transmission

  • Blood transfusions and blood products
  • Contaminated invasive medical equipment
  • Infected pregnant women
  • Sexual contact
  • Sharing of needles among drug users
  • Accidental needle pricks among medical personnel
  • Poor sanitation conditions.
  • Symptoms

Symptoms may include a yellow tinge to the skin called jaundice, dark urine, severe fatigue, nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain.

Work to Spread the Word

May is set aside as Hepatitis Awareness Month across the Untied States. The CDC set the 19th day of May as the day of hepatitis testing.

The CDC recognizes how hidden and elusive hepatitis and their focus is to shed light on this deadly epidemic, threatening the populace.

Become a Proactive Citizen for Hepatitis every year. May is the time of year to push the CDC’s agenda for Hepatitis Awareness and what this illness stands for throughout the United States.

Help to promote things that you, your friends, and your family can do to protect them from this hidden medical menace. You can help spread the word.

  • Take the Hepatitis Risk Assessment. This assessment only takes a mere 5 minutes of your time and is well worth taking.
  • Learn vaccination recommendations
  • Access educational videos
  • Wear buttons and badges and hang posters
  • Be prepared to answer questions and provide the basics of hepatitis.

Support the CDC and May Hepatitis Awareness Month the CDC in their endeavors to make every May a successful hepatitis awareness month.

 

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5 major Risks for Women’s Health

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It is common knowledge that men and women are different. They have physical differences, emotional differences, and behavioral differences. They also have many health differences. The major risks for women’s health differ from that of men. The best way for a woman to boost her health is to know the five medical conditions that are of the greatest risk to her.

Heart Disease

Heart disease is the leading killer of both men and women. According to the CDC, heart disease is responsible for 29 percent of deaths in women. While more men die of heart disease, more women go under-diagnosed. This is because women present with different symptoms than men. Some women will have the typical chest pain when having a heart attack, however, some have symptoms such as jaw pain shoulder aches, nausea, vomiting, and shortness of breath. There are several factors for women developing this disease.

  • Age
  • Hereditary
  • Smoking
  • High cholesterol
  • High blood pressure
  • Overweight or obesity
  • Diabetes

Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the most common cause of cancer in women. The best way for a woman to beat the cancer is early detection. Women who are over 35 or who have a family history of breast cancer should have annual mammograms. Women should also start doing self-breast exams as early as their teens. There are several risk factors for breast cancer.

  • Age
  • Genetic mutation
  • Family history
  • Personal history of cancer
  • Race (white women have a greater risk than African-American women
  • Abnormal breast biopsies
  • Obesity
  • Never giving birth

Osteoporosis

According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, Osteoporosis affects 44 million Americans each year. Of that number, 68 percent of them are women. Osteoporosis causes brittle bones, a hunched back, and bone loss. The behaviors that women develop when they are children and throughout their teens plays a significant role in the development and progression of the disease. There are several risk factors for this disease.

  • Female sex
  • Age
  • Small boned
  • Ethnicity (White and Asian women are more prone)
  • Smoking
  • Diet low in calcium and vitamin D
  • Family history
  • History of eating disorder

Depression

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, 12 million women are diagnosed with depression each year, as opposed to the only 6 million men. Depression can be triggered by hormonal changes or lack of connection with other in their lives. Some women suffer from mild depression, some suffer from clinical depression, and some suffer from bipolar depression. There are several other risk factors for any of these types of depression.

  • Family history
  • History of heart problems
  • Chronic illness
  • Substance abuse
  • Relationship problems
  • Childhood history of abuse
  • Stressful events (job loss, death, divorce)
  • Vitamin deficiency or thyroid disease

Autoimmune Disease

Autoimmune diseases attack the body’s immune system. They can also destroy or alter the body’s tissue. The most common types are lupus, multiple sclerosis, and type 1 diabetes. About 75 percent of the autoimmune diseases diagnosed occur in women. Unfortunately, these types of diseases can be very difficult to diagnose. It is not uncommon for a woman to need multiple visits to multiple doctors to finally get the correct diagnosis. This is because we don’t know much about these diseases. It is still not known what makes the body attack itself. Until doctors and researchers have a better understanding of the disease, it will continue to pinpoint possible risk factors of developing an autoimmune disease.

The best defense that a woman has against developing any of the above conditions is to understand the risk factors. There are some lifestyle changes that a woman can make to reduce their risk of developing any of these conditions.

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How can a mother prevent HCV transmission to child

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Becoming a new mother to a precious newborn baby brings a lot of worry all on its own. Worrying about the ways to prevent HCV transmission to the newborn might be also a concern of yours if you currently have the viral infection.

To help ease your mind the information below will help provide you with a bit of insight on how to prevent the transmission of the virus to your baby during birth, but to help ease your mind even more passing the virus onto your baby if you do have it is more difficult than you think.

In general, it’s a hard disease to pass on since you cannot catch it through coughing, sneezing, kissing, or breastfeeding. The only way the disease can be caught is coming into contact with the blood.

How can mothers prevent passing HCV to their newborn?

Mothers can prevent the passing of HCV to their newborns by doing things to help support their immune system. In mothers with an HCV overload, meaning when hepatitis C is roaring its ugly head at the highest peak causing countless symptoms and illness seems to be when mothers can pass the virus onto their babies during childbirth.

Therefore, keeping the immune system healthy and strong by eating a good balance diet of lots of fresh fruits and veggies, lean protein, probiotic rich foods, and taking their prenatal vitamins daily is essential for preventing the spread of the virus from mom to baby. Even getting plenty of sleep, lots of rest and plenty of water into the body is vital for keeping the immune system up so it can fight off the virus, protect your baby and prevent the spread of infection.

Can breastfeeding a newborn right after birth pass it onto the baby?

Right after giving birth moms infected with HCV are worried about passing the virus onto their babies through breastfeeding, but this cannot occur through breast milk unless there is blood on the nipples or the nipple is cracked and bleeding. If your nipples become sore and cracked during your first few days of breastfeeding, you may have to stop until they heal up again so you do not risk passing it onto your new little one. If your baby does catch the virus, their little bodies do wonders when it comes to naturally fighting it off because you have already passed the HCV antibodies off to them during the first few moments of breastfeeding.

What can doctors do to help moms prevent the spread of it during childbirth?

The best thing doctors can do to help moms prevent the spread of the virus during childbirth is ensure the babies comes into as little contact with the mother’s blood as possible. This can be difficult since tearing of the vaginal area can happen during childbirth, which causes bleeding. You can massage the area daily with a natural non irritating oil up until birth to help reduce the risk of tearing during childbirth. Some women have had great success with the method, which can reduce the risks of your baby coming into contact with tons of your blood during childbirth.

What are some end thoughts to keep in mind?

With all that mentioned, keep in mind if your baby does contract the virus the doctors are well educated on how to treat the virus successfully. Your baby might have to stay in the hospital longer along with you, but end results are promising and happy so let your mind be at ease. After all, you are about to receive the most precious gift of your life.

 

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Top 10 Health Risks in Females


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Risks of Modern Living

The World Health Organization (WHO) specifies ten threatening health conditions most prevalent in women:

  • Cancer
  • Reproductive Health
  • Maternal Health
  • HIV
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • Violence Against Women
  • Mental Health
  • Noncommunicable diseases
  • Youth
  • Aging

Cancer

Did you know aspartame, a sugar substitute used in some diet sodas, is derived from the excretory refuse of e. coli? They feed e. coli a certain solution and it defecates aspartame. No wonder there are side effects. While not all sources definitively link artificial sweeteners to cancer, there have been compelling cases; and it’s hard to argue against the prevalence of processed food and food substitutes in modern society. These things can cause cancer. Generally, the best way to avoid cancer is eating healthy, non-processed foods, avoiding things like microwaves, and having healthy sexual conduct. Some cancers can’t be avoided, but many can.

Reproductive Health

Look, don’t listen to Hollywood or any mainstream media outlet when it comes to sex. Avoid those novelty shops with all the buzzing toys, and the plastics, hormones, and chemicals which those things are made from. You’ve got a flower of life-giving, developmental energy in you. Polluting it can actually lead to health problems. Additionally, promiscuity statistically leads to reproductive health issues, like genital warts, which can become cancerous. So don’t keep up with the Joneses, and don’t feed your sexual appetite without the bounds of healthy relationships. We’re talking monogamy. If you go a separate route, understand you’re putting yourself at substantial health risk.

Maternal Health

There are a lot of factors here. Firstly, though the 21st century has seen a marked increase in the positive facilitation of pregnancy, that’s not the case everywhere you go in the world; which sort of explains the WHO’s stance on the subject. Still, even in first-world countries things like substance abuse, depression, and poverty can make a pregnancy extremely difficult. Women need to eat and drink more healthily prior a pregnancy, and most don’t.

HIV

This is a greater danger in other countries, but is on the rise in America. As was said earlier, monogamy is the best defense.

Sexually Transmitted Infection

This won’t happen nearly so regularly in a committed relationship of the marriage variety, or in the case of abstinence. Sexuality today is a minefield beyond the relationship, and with things like Tinder, it’s getting worse all the time.

Violence Against Women

This isn’t nearly so much of an issue in America or most first world countries, though there are definitely instances. From the WHO’s perspective, this is going to be worse in places like the Middle East and China. Still, American women are abused too; something like one in three under fifty has experienced violence. Here’s the kicker: most of it comes from sexual kerfuffles. Certainly not all marriages are of the fairy-tale variety, but statistically there’s less violence in this kind of relationship than others.

Mental Health

A ubiquity of abuse, STIs, and sexual couplings can rip a psyche to shreds in short-order, and then the body loses vitality as integral health operations are abandoned.

Noncommunicable Diseases

Read: vice. Smoking. Drugs. Alcoholism. Car accidents. The WHO says 4.7 million women died of this in 2012.

Being Younger

Again, this one is mostly sexual. Teenagers are too sexually active, and they’re getting substantially life-threatening diseases younger and younger. Avoid promiscuity.

Aging

Beyond things like the hysterectomy, women don’t always have the same access to health benefits as their male counterparts. But eating healthy and avoiding life-threatening activities like vice and promiscuity go a long way to making a woman healthy enough to tackle life’s natural denouement.

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How Common is Heart Disease in Women?

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Heart Disease is very common in women. In fact, it is the number one killer of women. Approximately one woman per minute is killed by heart disease. What causes heart disease in women? Do all women have the same risk for heart disease? Are women from different ethnicities more at risk for heart disease? Do women with heart disease have the same symptoms as men? Can you really die of a broken heart? These questions are very important and we will attempt to answer them in this article. Understanding the facts about heart disease can help you spot the signs and protect you from this disease.

Symptoms

Heart disease symptoms tend to be different in women than in men. When most people look for symptoms of a heart attack, they look for chest pain. Women are more likely than men to more subtle heart attack symptoms that do not include chest pain. The reason for this may be because women often have blockages in the small arteries that supply blood to their heart rather than only in their main arteries. Common symptoms that are often reported by women include:

  • Shortness of breath
  • Shoulder, neck or stomach discomfort
  • Vomiting and nausea
  • Extreme fatigue
  • Sweating

Types of Heart Diseases That Affect Women the Most

Women are more likely than men to be affected by the types of heart diseases below.

  • Broken Heart Syndrome-This condition occurs when your heart literally breaks. Extreme emotional stress leads to heart muscle failure. Women are much more likely to have this form of heart disease than men.
  • Coronary microvascular disease- This disease affects the heart’s smaller arteries. Women are more likely to have this form of heart disease, which is why they tend to have different heart attack symptoms than men.

Risk Factors for Women

Although some of the risk factors are the same for both men and women, such as being overweight and having high blood pressure, there are some things are more likely to cause heart disease for women.

Depression and Anxiety

Stress and depression play a much bigger role in the development of heart disease in women than in men. Both depression and anxiety make it hard to lead a healthy lifestyle and follow treatment recommendations by physicians. It is important to get help if you are depressed or under chronic stress.

Menopause

During menopause, low levels of estrogen pose a risk factor for heart disease in women.

Being African American

African American women have higher rates of heart disease than Caucasian women. This is likely because there are higher rates of high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes among African American women.

Can Women Reduce the Risk for Heart Disease?

Most women do not care for their heart as much as they should. Engaging in regular physical activity and eating healthy are two of the easiest things that you can do to take care of your heart. Here are some other important ways to prevent heart disease:

Manage Stress and Depression

High levels of stress and depression are related to heart disease. Talk to your physician or a counselor if you need help with depression or stress.

Weight management

This is a very important part of heart disease management. The benefits of weight management go beyond smaller clothing sizes. Excess weight increases the amount of work that your heart must do. By maintaining a healthy weight, you can improve the overall quality of your life.

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