“Women,” don’t you think that they are simply awesome? Yeah, God created them as no substitute. However, they devote their whole lives to serve us, while themselves, being hardly bothered about their own health.
It is important to understand that women, too, are of the same breed as we belong, humans. Reports say women are more likely to suffer from a wide range of health issues.
Let us just have a look at the list of health issues we see most females around us are bothered about these days:
Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOD)
This is a reproductive endocrine disorder that is commonly seen in women. Reports say that around 5% of the women are affected with PCOD. It has turned out to be a common cause of menstrual irregularity and infertility in women. Symptoms include hirsute or excess hair growth and over secretion of androgens from the ovaries.
This can occur in both men and women, but females are more common to this complication. More than 1 Million cases are reported in India every year. Common symptoms include a development of a lump-like structure around the breast, change in its size and discharge of blood from the nipples.
This may appear to be easy and convenient, but it can actually pose a great amount of threat to your living. Staying up till late hours during the night as well as eating food whenever you like means your life is not in sync. All these can give you some serious health disorders if you do not follow a routine or a disciplined lifestyle for a longer span.
This occurs in women who spend hours working in front of the computer. The basic reason for this trouble is long hours of immobility. The blood flow is restricted and you get clots in deep veins as in the legs.
Since the use of smartphones and Television have increased at a rapid pace over the time, the blue light from an LED screen seems to disrupt one’s circadian rhythm. It also inhibits melatonin (a sleep-inducing hormone), thus making the person insomniac. Instead, it is more advisable to be under incandescent light.
These complications are more common in women than men due to the fast-paced lifestyle and the way we tend to ignore our lives.