Saturday, 15 June 2013

Five Symptoms Health Women That Should Not Be Underestimated

Life is busy and balancing career and family often makes us rarely think about health. But if you ignore some warnings below, it's time to check it out.

In many cases, five of these symptoms could be caused by busy lifestyle, but sometimes can be a sign of a serious health condition, and visit the doctor more easily than to receive treatment that is more complicated in the future.

Extreme tiredness
Feeling tired is a common side effect of modern lifestyle, but chronic fatigue (LINK) can be a symptom of many health problems, some can be cured easily.
If you are a low energy level for two weeks can mean nothing less than your food, such as iron (which can cause anemia) or a hormonal imbalance. Thyroid problems can also make you feel tired and can be cured with medication. In some cases, often feel fatigue is a symptom more serious diseases, such as lung cancer, heart disease, or depression, so do not underestimate these symptoms.

Body shape - apple or pear
While this is not including the symptoms, your body shape may be an early indication of potential health problems so it is better aware of which body part has more features (even if you do not want to admit it to anyone else!). If your body is apple-shaped and have more fat in the abdomen, it means you are statistically more likely to have health problems such as diabetes and heart disease.

If you have a waist more than 80 cm wide, be careful with the symptoms of diabetes. More than 88 cm means the higher your risk of developing diabetes and heart disease as well.

Pear body shape may not seem like a blessing but in general who have large buttocks and thighs do not have too many health risks.

Although no menstrual bleeding
Besides disturbing and alarming, bleeding when you are not menstruating symptoms could indicate some health problems. Could be a symptom of some gynecological cancers but may also be associated with other health problems, which is not too serious. The symptoms can be caused by hormonal imbalance, reaction to the pill or other contraception, endometriosis, STD and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Though not menstruating or bleeding after menopause should be checked by a doctor. Pain in it is also a sign there is something wrong, so check with your doctor if you experience pain or bleeding during or after sex [LINK] also when experiencing swelling or pain in the pelvis.

Changes in the breast
Breast cancer awareness is high but there are still many women who are not aware of changes in their breasts. You should be aware of breast changes that occur every month and keep watch with warning signs - a lump or thickening in the skin around the breast or armpit, nipple discharge, or reddened skin wrinkles and changes in breast shape and nipple. Breast cancer does not always cause pain but every pain should consult a physician. There are many causes of these symptoms so do not be afraid to go to the doctor to check it.

Pain in the chest
Heart attack, heart disease and stroke are the biggest killers of women in the UK. And although the classic symptoms of a heart attack will instantly make your emergency contact numbers, there are many symptoms of a heart problem that you take for granted and consider it as something else. These symptoms include a feeling of heaviness in the chest, tightness or pain and mild chest pain, which can taste like gangguang digestion. Two fifths of women, especially young ones, reported no pain in the chest before experiencing heart disease, which is why it is important to check just in case of discomfort.

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