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On average women live more than five years longer than men. This is due in part to the fact that women are more likely to go to the doctor, typically eat a better diet, and do not engage in dangerous activities as frequently as men. But women still have important health... Read Entire Article

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On average women live more than five years longer than men. This is due in part to the fact that women are more likely to go to the doctor, typically eat a better diet, and do not engage in dangerous activities as frequently as men. But women still have important health concerns.


Heart Disease
One in nine women age 45 to 64 has some type of cardiovascular disease. After age 65, the number increases to one in three. Heart disease is the leading killer of women accounting for 29% of deaths. However, women tend to be under diagnosed. If you experience shortness of breath or trouble climbing stairs, see your doctor.

Breast Cancer
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women, although more die of lung cancer. Self exams and early detection are central to successful treatment. Detected early, breast cancer is highly treatable.

Osteoporosis
This weakening of the bones threatens 44 million Americans, 68% of them women. Osteoporosis is largely preventable by including sufficient calcium in the diet. Calcium can be gotten through dairy products, some vegetables or supplements. Weight bearing exercises also lessen the risk of developing osteoporosis.

Depression
Depression affects 12 million women a year. Building healthy relationships may be particularly helpful in reducing the onset of depression.

Autoimmune Disease
Autoimmune diseases are a group of disorders in which the immune system attacks the body and destroys or alters tissue. More than 80 illnesses fall in this category including lupus, multiple sclerosis, and type 1 diabetes. 75% of autoimmune diseases occur in women.

PMS/Menopause
As many as 75% of women experience symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) each month. In three to nine percent of cases the symptoms are severe enough to disrupt daily activities. Symptoms of menopause can begin showing up in women as early as their 30s. Almost 60% of women experience symptoms of menopause which may last for years. The most common symptoms are hot flashes, mood swings, and night sweats.

Maintaining a Healthy Life


Following a few simple guidelines can help you maintain a healthy lifestyle and may help prevent or lessen the severity of some of the issues listed above. Womens' health is built on a few simple principles.

Eat a healthy diet - Keep your diet balanced and include fresh fruit and vegetables. Watch your intake of saturated fats. Be sure to include low fat or non-fat dairy products to supply calcium. If your diet is lacking in some areas, consider a good womens' multivitamin to fill in gaps.<.p>

Watch your weight - Overweight and obese women have greater risk of developing cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and high blood pressure.

Increase activity - More than one-half of women do not get enough exercise. Thirty minutes of moderate exercise most days of the week will provide significant health benefits. Be certain to consult your doctor before beginning an exercise program especially if you are currently sedentary.

Don't Smoke - Smoking can lead to lung disease, cancer, early menopause, infertility, and complications with pregnancy. If you smoke right now, quit as soon as possible. Noticeable improvements in health will occur quickly.

Get routine screenings and tests - Early detection is important for successful treatment. Routine screenings should be completed for blood pressure, cholesterol, diabetes, and cancer of the skin, cervix, breast, and colon.

Control stress- Uncontrolled stress can lead to a myriad of health problems. It can also affect relationships both at home and work. Learn what triggers stress in your life and avoid it or develop coping mechanisms.

Taking care of your health does not have to be complicated. Natural supplements may also support a healthy lifestyle. Women's multivitamins can supply nutrients lacking in the diet or lost through the monthly cycle. Herbs like black cohosh, dong quai, evening primrose oil and wild yam may be helpful in reducing symptoms of PMS or menopause. Borage oil and fish oils provide Omega 3 essential fatty acids. Folic acid is a necessity for women who are pregnant or considering pregnancy.

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