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Common Health Issues Faced by Women

17th December 2021
"Women have very unique health issues as compared to men."

Women have very unique health issues as compared to men. It is vital that every woman has access to knowledge about the women’s health conditions, not only about her reproductive system but related about all aspects of her body.

It’s important to consider that poor health affects not only women but also has repercussions for their infants and other family members.

So here are some common health issue faced by women and needs to be taken care of:

Maternal health issues

From iron-deficiency anemia to high blood pressure, the changes a woman experiences during pregnancy can impact a woman’s health.

Pregnancy can cause a healthy mother’s red blood cell count to drop, a condition called anemia, or induce depression.

Other problems like abortion infections, STDs, post-partum infections, pelvic inflammatory diseases, etc. are also faced by many women.

Lifestyle problems such as smoking, alcohol, consuming processed food, physical and emotional stress can also play a significant role in infertility.

Thyroid problems

Thyroid disease is twice as prevalent in women as in men and is common among women of child-bearing age.

Women generally have hypothyroidism (low thyroid hormone levels), in which the metabolism slows down. Symptoms include weight gain, feeling sluggish and tired, etc.

On the other side, high thyroid levels can also cause early onset of menopause, before 40 years or in the early 40s.

Urinary tract infections

Urinary tract infections is particularly common in women, as they have a shorter urethra than a man does.

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) occur when germs get into the urethra and start to multiply.

Symptoms of a UTI include frequent urination, pain or burning when urinating, and cloudy urine.

Gynecological Health

Bleeding and discharge are a normal part of the menstrual cycle.

However, added symptoms during menstruation may indicate health issues, and unusual symptoms, such as bleeding between menstruations and frequent urinating, can mimic other health conditions.

Vaginal issues could also indicate serious problems such as sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) or reproductive tract cancer.

While care providers might treat mild infections easily, if left unchecked, they can lead to conditions such as infertility or kidney failure.

Depression and Anxiety

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) occurs commonly among women, while premenstrual dysmorphic disorder (PMDD) presents similar, but greatly intensified, symptoms.

Shortly after birth, many mothers acquire a form of depression called the “baby blues,” but perinatal depression causes similar which include symptoms like concerns, emotional shifts, sadness, and tiredness.

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Home Remedies For Period Cramps

10th November 2021
"So are you getting down because of period cramps? Don't Worry! We are here with some of the home remedies to help relieve your pain. "

Period cramps affect many people during periods. In some cases, the pain from period cramps can also be extreme. So are you getting down because of period cramps? Don't Worry! We are here with some of the home remedies to help relieve your pain. 

1. Stay Hydrated:

Remember to be hydrated, especially when you're in your periods. You're more likely to have abdominal cramps during your period if you're dehydrated. Moreover, you should always aim to drink 8 to 10 glasses of water per day to stay healthy and get rid of cramps. 

Stay hydrated

2. Avoid caffeine/Alcohol and spicy foods:

Avoid caffeine

Caffeine/Alcohol/ Spicy Foods causes water retention, discomfort, and bloating to your body. So, it is very important to avoid such drinks and foods during your period.  

3. Taking Supplements like Vitamin and Calcium:

Taking Supplements

Dietary Supplements like vitamin B-6, B-12, B-1, E and D, Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc an also fish oil helps a lot to relieve your pain. Furthermore, Don't forget these supplements when you suffer from extreme period cramps. 

4. Exercise/Yoga


Exercise/Yoga plays a very vital role in the functioning of the body. It helps you to be fit. moreover, it also helps in reducing pain and cramps. 30 mins of aerobic exercise, a walk after lunch, dancing, and some yoga will be the best thing you can do to help your body be free from pain during your periods. 

5. Hot Water Bath:

Hot water bath

Taking a hot shower or soaking into a warm bathtub will be the best thing you can do on your periods. It helps your pelvic muscle to relax with the warmth of the water and relieve your pain. Moreover, You can relax in a warm water bath for 15 to 20 minutes, adding a few drops of oils like lavender and rose to get the most benefits. 

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Healthy eating and diet tips for women

5th December 2021
"Hormonal changes such as mensuration, pregnancy, and menopause can cause changes in the female body where a healthy diet plays an important role."

The food choices you make every day may affect your health eventually in life. Choosing healthy food can prevent or manage various health problems that affect women. Also, it is important to note that women have different daily nutritional requirements than men.

Hormonal changes such as mensuration, pregnancy, and menopause can cause changes in the female body where a healthy diet plays an important role.

So, here are a few healthy eating and diet tips for women:

Iron-rich foods

The amount of blood present in your body depends on iron levels. Iron helps to form hemoglobin that carries oxygen in your blood.

Iron is essential for everyone, but the amount needed is different for women in every phase of life.

Because of loss of blood during menstruation, pregnancy, and delivery; women require the double amount of blood as men.

Low levels of iron may cause iron-deficiency anemia. Some of the food to get enough iron from your diet is red meat, green leafy vegetables, citrus fruits such as lemon and seafood.


For healthy bones and teeth, we need to eat calcium-rich foods every day.

Calcium also helps to regulate the heart’s normal rhythm and normal functioning of the nervous system.

Also, calcium deficiency can lead to irritability, weakness, fragile bones, etc.

Some of the food to get more calcium consumption from your diet is dairy products –milk, yogurt, cheese, almonds, sesame seeds, fish, and oysters.

Vitamin D and magnesium-rich foods

For healthy absorption of calcium, you need to take vitamin D and magnesium along with calcium.

Without magnesium and vitamin D, the body is unable to metabolize and use calcium.

Some of the food to get more vitamin D and magnesium from your diet is fish, cod, milk, yogurt, and fortified foods, and also direct sunlight is important.


Water supports health and promotes hydration without adding calories to the diet.

Sugary drinks including energy drinks, fruit drinks, 100% fruit juice, soft drinks, and flavored coffees have lots of sugar and little to no nutritional value.

It is easy to drink empty calories without realizing it, and this leads to weight gain.

When safe drinking water is not available, quenches your thirst with coffee, tea, unsweetened lower-fat milk, and previously boiled water.

Whole-grain foods

Whole-grain foods include whole-grain bread and crackers, brown or wild rice, quinoa, oatmeal, and hulled barley.

They are prepared using the entire grain. Whole-grain foods have fiber, protein, and B vitamins to help you stay healthy and full longer.

Choose whole-grain options instead of processed or refined grains like white bread and pasta.

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