Women health care is a condition in which the treatment of the health of women is done that affects the woman’s physical, mental, and emotional well-being. It differs from men in many ways due to unique biological, social, and behavioral conditions. The health of women includes a wide range of specialties and focus such as birth control, sexually transmitted infections, menopause, and hormone therapy, pregnancy, and childbirth, sexual health, etc. 

The life expectancy of women is greater than that of men, and they have lower death rates than men throughout life, regardless of race and geographic region. Women had higher rates of mortality from maternal deaths. Women experience many health issues related to sexuality and reproduction. These issues are responsible for a third of all health problems experienced by women during the reproductive years (15-44 Ages). Unsafe sex is a major risk factor. 

A woman’s health reflects both individual and socio-cultural aspects, economic and physical environments. These factors affect the duration and quality of women’s life. Every woman in their lifetime goes through a series of profound changes. Three unique organs of women make them very special. These are: Uterus, ovary, and breast. The vagina is another organ that plays an important role in every aspect of a woman’s health. Female hormones also play an important role in various physiological and emotional changes. Estrogene, prolactin, and progesterone are the primary female hormones that affect women’s health.  

From thousands of years, Ayurveda has provided a holistic and supportive approach for women in every stage of life to restore and maintain the balance of Vata, Kapha, and Pitta. Hormones are considered as fire elements in tissue as per Ayurveda. The women’s health care program of Ayurveda focuses on the specific challenges faced by women such as hormonal changes, weight gain, menstruation issues, hair, skin, bone and joint care, sexual and reproductive health, etc. The expert suggests treatments based on hereditary, personality type, social and medical causes of the condition, hormonal changes for the overall well-being of women. 

Naturopathy has been also proved essential for maintaining a woman’s positive health through all stages of life. The treatment focuses on correcting the lifestyles & balancing the hormones in order to slow down and reverse the disease process. The expert naturopathic doctor will approach each woman differently depending on her complete health history, family history, and health goals. The key factors of treatment are to prevent the disease from proper diet and nutrition, detoxification, and stress management. Several therapies, herbal medicine, Yoga and meditation session, stress management techniques and sleep patterns, and hands-on therapeutic touch are performed to stimulate the body’s unique ability to heal and correct the imbalances.

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Frequently asked questions about Women Health Care

What are menstrual irregularities?

Menstrual irregularities are a condition with a woman’s normal monthly period. The normal length of a woman’s menstrual cycle is 28 days and if the length of the cycle is more than 35 days or the cycles are shorter than normal, heavier or lighter than normal, or experienced with other problems such as abdominal cramps, then the condition is referred as menstrual irregularities.

Can menstrual irregularities lead to other health problems?

Yes, as the presence of menstrual irregularities may be a sign of other health problems such as endometriosis, thyroid disease, PCOS, uterine fibroids, and polyps. If it is left untreated, it can contribute to some other health problems depending on the type of irregularities.

What causes menstrual irregularities?

Menstrual irregularities can be caused due to the use of certain medications, exercising too much, overweight, not taking enough calories food, hormonal imbalance, etc.

What is PCOD?

PCOD stands for polycystic ovarian disorder/Syndrome. It is a hormonal disorder that causes enlarged ovaries with small cysts on the outer edges. It is a very common condition that affects 5-10% of women of the age group 12-45 years.

What are the causes of PCOD?

The cause of PCOD includes environmental and genetic factors such as excess production of insulin, low-grade inflammation, and abnormal production of androgen.

How does PCOD affect infertility?

PCOD causes hormonal imbalances that interfere with the growth and release of the eggs from the ovaries and in this way PCOD affects infertility.

How does the PCOD affect the health?
PCOD doesn’t just disrupt the menstrual cycle and infertility but it can cause some other problems such as metabolic disorders, miscarriage or premature birth, liver inflammation, sleep apnea, mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, and eating disorders.
What is menopause?

Menopause is a transition that marks the end of the menstrual cycle. Any changes that an individual undergoes just before or after stop of the menstruation period, marking the top of reproductive years is termed as menopause.

What changes will an individual face as menopause approaches?

The menopause experience is different for each woman. Many women who undergo natural menopause do not report any physical changes except irregular menstrual periods that eventually stop after they reach menopause. Other changes that may an individual face are hot flashes, difficulty sleeping, mood disturbances, memory problems, vaginal dryness, and weight gain. 

What is fibroid?

The non-cancerous growth in the uterus that often develops during childbearing years. It ranges in size from seedlings and undetectable by the human eyes to bulky masses that can distort and enlarge the uterus.

What are the causes of fibroids?

The causes of fibroids are genetic changes, excess production of hormones, other growth factors such as insulin-like growth factor, and extracellular matrix.

How can fibroids affect pregnancy?

Small or medium size fibroids that don’t have any symptoms are unlikely to pose any significant risk to the pregnancy. However, fibroids can grow larger during pregnancy because of the high level of hormones and increased blood flow to the uterus.

What foods are good for women’s health?

Women should take food from all of the food groups such as whole grains, fruits, vegetables, eggs, healthy fats, low fat or free fat dairy products, and lean protein to remain healthy all time.

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The various women health care program focuses on the specific challenges faced by women, such as hormonal imbalance, menstruation issues, skin, bone, and joint care, and stress management. The program includes treatment of menstrual irregularities, menopausal disorders, endometriosis, fibroids, PCOD, postnatal care, etc. The team of experts advises treatments based on the bodily constitution, personality types, heredity, hormones, underlying social and medical cause of the condition, for the physical and overall well-being of women.

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