Every year on 8th March, we are all busy celebrating women’s day. But when it comes to daily health issues, women are the ones who are most neglected. Especially among the rural population, people don’t bother to take expert medical guidelines for the women. Luckily, times are changing now. With the advent of online medical consultation, women can tackle many health issues without stepping out of her house. There are many ed cures available on the internet which help them to diagnose their problem and seek proper treatment. In this write-up, we would discuss some methods of tackling women health issues.
Osteoporosis is a condition when your bones become fragile and are increasingly susceptible to fracture. In this condition, the bones become abnormally porous and are compressible like a sponge. Osteoporosis is generally developed after the women turn 35. At this age, the bone mass and density start to decrease. The key risk factors for osteoporosis include lack of exercise, thin body frame, lack of calcium and vitamin and personal history of fracture.
Osteoporosis can be diagnosed by testing the bone density and X-ray. To a certain extent, it can be tackled in the house. Certain lifestyle changes like doing regular exercise, daily intake of calcium and vitamin D, stopping consumption of alcohol and smoking can prevent osteoporosis to a large extent. If the disease is already diagnosed then daily medication is required.
- Menstrual Cramps
Excessive cramps and pelvic pain along with heavy flow is a condition which most of the women face every month. This is known as dysmenorrhea. The pain generally starts 1-2 days before the onset of menstruation and last for2-4 days. It ranges from annoying to severe and extreme cramps that require medical intervention. Sometimes dysmenorrhea is associated along with more complex medical condition like endometriosis, uterine fibroids or pelvic inflammatory disease.
Treatment of dysmenorrhea includes over the counter non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID) like ibuprofen or naproxen. Anti-prostaglandins drugs are also used to reduce cramping in the uterus, lighten the flow of blood, and relieve discomfort during menstrual cramps. Some of the non-medical options include soaking in a hot tub, applying hot water bag on the lower abdomen. Recent researches in the Imperial College of London suggest that intake of chamomile tea may reduce the pain by relaxing the uterus.
- Cardiovascular Disease
Cardiovascular disease or heart disease is the leading cause of death among women. Though men are considered more susceptible to heart disease, every year more women die of heart disease than the men. The symptoms of coronary heart disease and heart attack are also different in case of women than men. They may include chest pain, discomfort in the chest, shortness of breath, cold sweat and pain in the arm, neck, and jaw. Though heart attack is fatal, it can be prevented to a large extent by leading a healthy lifestyle. Intake of healthy and less oily foods, daily exercise, reduction in weight, reduce stress, quit smoking, limit the intake of alcohol and regular blood pressure monitor are some of the ways to prevent cardiovascular diseases.
Acne occurs when the secretions from your sebaceous glands plug the tiny openings of hair follicles. Most of the women suffer from this condition at some point in their life. Sometimes, acne takes the form of blackheads, where the swelling develops into tender, fluid-filled inflammations. They are also known as pimples. They can be quite painful at times. The best treatment is to inhibit the sebum production and bacterial growth on the skin. Topical application of cover-up water based cosmetic creams may prove helpful. The skin should be kept clean by regular washing with an antiseptic face-wash.
Finally, it can be said that women are so busy in taking care of the well-being of everyone else in the family that they tend to neglect their own health. But it’s high time now to take care of you by going through different ed cures and give priority to your daily health issues.