The puberty age of women was 15 to 16 years old some time ago, now it can be as early as 8 years old. This major change is due to the changing hormones of women that are greatly affected by the chemicals and toxins present in the surrounding environment. Hormonal changes are further boosted by unhealthy lifestyles of women. These changes in the body of a woman can adversely affect her health leading to a variety of women’s health issues, which is an important matter of concern. Therefore, it becomes the duty of every person to keep the environment safe.
As we all are aware that it is the hormones of the individual that hold the responsibility of each and every body function. A woman who is fit and eats healthy and remains particular about her health is least prone to hormonal imbalance in her body and have a better chance at not facing any severe health issues. On the other hand, if a woman live a sedentary lifestyle, eats junk food most of the time and also consumes alcohol and tobacco, or in more simple terms, do not care for her health at all is likely to have hormonal imbalance in their body, leading to severe diseases that may cause death at an early stage.
Various kinds of woman’s health problems related to hormonal imbalance includes PMS, fibroids, thyroid complications, early menopause, and even infertility in several cases. Hormonal imbalance also leads to weakening of the immune system making women more prone to infections. It also speeds up the aging process in a woman, making her look older at a young age.
How to avoid hormonal imbalance?
Leading a happy and stress free life is the key to avoid hormonal imbalance in women. Working women are under a lot of stress most of the times due to their work. They should not let stress take over and simply find some time to relax. This can be done by taking a long relaxing bath or calling over a friend for a cup of tea and having a good conversation. Spend some time reading or watching comedy movies or baking cookies or gardening. As a matter of fact the best way to beat stress is to do something that makes you feel good and happy.
Healthy diet and regular exercise
Eating unhealthy food is another main cause of hormonal imbalance, Switching to a healthy lifestyle is the best solution to resolve hormonal problems. Eating the right foods, including at least an hour of physical activity, and getting enough sleep (seven to nine hours a day) are some appropriate ways of living a healthy lifestyle.
Along with all this, a woman should also make sure of getting regular checkups and screenings to treat any problem at its roots before it may lead to life threatening illnesses. Hormonal problems can also be avoided by giving up smoking or excessive drinking. To conclude, we can say that if a woman re-evaluates her lifestyle she can maintain her physical as well as mental health.