These imbalances can lead to problems such as an increase in weight, various diseases and disorders, early menopause, and sometimes also ovarian cancer and breast cancer. It is natural but sometimes it may also be triggered by an unbalanced lifestyle and medical conditions. This is why maintaining hormonal balance is a very important aspect of women’s health.
Gut health is responsible for maintaining overall health. There are so many bacteria present in your body. You might be astonished to know that their number is more than the cells you have. But no need to worry; all bacteria are not harmful. Many of them are great for your health. The bacteria present in your gut help digest foods and are suitable for physical and mental health.
Your health starts with the gut and ,it impacts every part of you. One study says that gut health plays a vital role in vaginal health. Researchers also start uncovering the facts about it.
Menopause can be described as the retirement of the female reproductive system, and it also brings the same level of relief that retirement brings. Periods are something that women deal with for the majority of their lives and quite painful for most. So when it’s time for menopause most women are happy. But what we don’t look forward to are the symptoms that come along with menopause. The most obvious and exasperating symptoms of menopause are hot flashes and insomnia, the two are mostly consequent.
PCOS causes increased levels of male hormones (androgens) in women. PCOS has negative impacts on fertility. This is because women with PCOS do not ovulate regularly or normally. Ovaries overproduce estrogen which in turn affects ovulation. The main difference between polycystic and normal ovaries is that even though the polycystic ovaries contain many small antral follicles with eggs in them, the follicles do not develop and mature properly, so there is irregular and sometimes no ovulation.
PCOS and Insulin Resistance share a strong bond. Insulin resistance is said to be the key feature for PCOS, obese and lean both. Elevated insulin levels may be a contributing factor to inflammation and other metabolic complications associated with PCOS. Insulin resistance is not the same for everyone. Some women dealing with insulin resistance might develop PCOS while some women don’t.
On the occasion of Menstrual Hygiene Day, in this article we will discuss simple practices to incorporate not just during period days but also otherwise in order to maintain menstrual hygiene.
Things we do in our everyday life and the activities we perform have a great impact on our cycle. Here are some things you can do at home to regularize periods
Most of us think that our monthly periods is our menstrual cycle. The periods are just a part of the menstrual cycle, it consist of much more than that. Read the article to understand your cycle better.
Where there is a fact there is a myth and vice-versa. Menstruation is one such topic that not only has myths but superstitious myths. Let’s bust some!
Irregular periods are a pain. Read this article to know how the right food and diet can help regulate periods.