Friday, July 20, 2012

Beware: Most Common Disease In Women

Disease in women
Disease in Women
Women are so susceptible to various diseases. However, there are some common diseases that typically need to watch out for most women. What are they?

Dealing with health issues do need to be prioritized, especially women who have more complex health problems. Here are five issues that often affects women's health.


Liver disease

Liver disease is responsible for about 29 percent of deaths in women (according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention United States). Rate is quite high, especially because the signs and symptoms of the disease is misdiagnosed in female patients (studies began to show that the symptoms of heart disease different in women than men). Liver disease is usually caused by obesity, stress, diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. If not treated, the disease can lead to heart attacks and strokes.


Breast Cancer

Responsible for 1 percent of deaths in women worldwide. Breast cancer is a serious problem that affects every woman. Recent research shows that doctors are getting better at treating the disease, but the number of infected women is also increasing. Most breast cancers are caused by lifestyle factors. Nowadays many women delay marriage, postpone having children, do not even want to have children, overweight and stress.


Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

Affect 10 percent of women of reproductive age. This condition causes the formation of small cysts in the ovaries during ovulation. These cysts can interfere, causing pain, infection, damage the uterus, and female fertility. Women with PCOS are also more susceptible to weight gain, abnormal periods, acne and excess hair growth.


Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis threatens men and women, but more threatening women's health. Osteopororis affect bone strength and flexibility, can cause fractures in the future. The disease is caused by age, race (Caucasian and Asia have the highest risk of developing the disease), the consumption of foods low in calcium or vitamin D, cigarette smoking, and excessive alcohol consumption. However, osteoporosis can be prevented.


Depression

This disease affects approximately 50 percent more women than men. Depression mainly occurs due to hormonal changes (eg, postpartum depression that developed post-pregnancy) or lifestyle factors (feeling detached from loved ones, family history of disease, or drug abuse). Depression can also be triggered by a stressful life, child abuse, or ignored.(-nina-)

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