6 Health Tips that women should know + #NGD

Hi people,I know it’s not women’s day but I always wanted to share this article with you guys[By the way,every day is women’s day] and I hope that by reading this article,your life can be improved and I sincerely want to dedicate this post to every women in the world who does not have access to health,to all men who always support their wives and their daughters and to everyone ;D

I’ll share some health tips that are important for girls/women and give this article ‘a like’ if you find it useful

Health Tips

Always confirm with your doctor & Remember that Prevention is better than cure

1.Anti antiperspirant & Cancer 

Articles in the press and on the Internet have warned that underarm antiperspirants (a preparation that reduces underarm sweat)  cause breast cancer (1). The reports have suggested that these products contain harmful substances, which can be absorbed through the skin or enter the body through nicks caused by shaving. Some scientists have also proposed that certain ingredients in underarm antiperspirants may be related to breast cancer because they are applied frequently to an area next to the breast

2.Change your pads every 5-4 hours 

One Single pad for the whole day converts the liquid into gel. It causes cancer in bladder & uterus. So please try to use cotton made pads and if you are using ultra pads, Please change that with in 5 hours, per day, at least.
If the time is prolonged the blood becomes green & the fungus formed gets inside the uterus & body.

3.Breast-feed

According to experts,Breast-feeding may play a role in breast cancer prevention. The longer you breast-feed, the greater the protective effect.

4.Breast Cancer

Most of us know the prevention tips but it’s very important to follow them.

Most breast lumps aren’t cancer, but your doctor should always check them

  • Skin dimpling or puckering
  • Nipples that turn inward
  • Nipple discharge
  • Redness or scaling of your nipple or breast skin

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5.The signs and symptoms of a heart attack can vary greatly between men and women.

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signs of heart attack in women:Unexplained Fatigue, Pain, Short of Breath,Indigestion or Nausea,Anxiety and Stress, Sudden Sweat

6.The best way to beat period cramps is by taking an OTC pain reliever BEFORE they start.

Cramps are caused by something called prostaglandins, which are released during your period. But taking an anti-inflammatory like Motrin or ibuprofen can actually block the production of more prostaglandins. “The mistake everyone makes is that they think they should use as little medication as possible,” says Streicher. “If you start to take medication the day before you get your period or the minute you see that first drop of blood, not only will it dramatically decrease cramping, but it will also decrease bleeding.”

Guys,please don’t be shy to share this article and to pass on this msg to every women you care about.

And this week, I did a small collab for a company,Oscar that is celebrating #NGD[national girlfriend day] in order to empower women to  take control of their health,It is also to celebrate friendship and support by helping each other stay safe and live a healthy life.We are again spreading the message that Prevention is always better than cure & hope that many of you will be involved.

Here is An  outline of checkups women need make their health a priority throughout their lifetime

We’re using technology and design to make healthcare simple, intuitive, and human. In other words, the kind of healthcare we want for ourselves.

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 Oscar Health Insurance is trying to  help  members get the best possible care and manage their health 24/7. They have a trusted team of nurses and healthcare experts on call to answer any questions members may have. You can talk to a doctor over the phone anytime through their Doctor on Call tool. There’s also a personal health timeline that lists out all your medical history in their app, so your health is totally accessible! If you want to learn more about them, check out their New Jersey and New York health insurance plans.

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