Female care

Menstruation is a “barometer” for women’s health!

As the saying goes, there are no ugly women in the world, only lazy women. As a woman, you have to pay attention to gynecological health expertise.

Because humans often do not die from the disease itself, but mostly die from ignorance. Although this sounds a bit heavy, the truth is profound.

You may not know that a woman will undergo many subtle changes from pregnancy to childbirth. For example, artificial termination of pregnancy will make the inner wall of the ovary thinner, endocrine levels drop, and damage to the uterus and body.

In medicine, there is research data to prove that every time an artificial abortion is performed, the egg quality will decrease by 6%, and the ovarian function will decline for 10 years. If repeated abortions occur, the multiple blows suffered by the body functions will gradually make each The full function of the aspects will also make you suffer from various gynecological diseases, and it will not be cured for a long time.

Menstruation is a “barometer” for women’s health. Dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea, early or postmenstrual period, excessive or too little menstrual flow, excessive menstrual blood clots, menstrual blood color, etc., behind these problems, may be a precursor to premature ovarian failure.

So, what is the amount of menstruation?

The normal amount of normal menstrual bleeding should be 20~60 ml, and the amount of menstruation is less than 20 ml for less menstruation.

The amount of sanitary napkins is estimated to be estimated. The normal dosage is about 5 times a day, and each cycle is not less than 10 pieces. If even 5 pieces are used, it is less.

The amount of menstruation is small, belonging to menstrual disease, occurring in adolescence and childbearing age, can progress to amenorrhea, and slowly lead to menopause. It means a decrease in estrogen and a decrease in ovarian function.

Many women with premature ovarian failure, the early performance is from irregular menstruation, menstrual cycle delay, less menstrual flow, menstrual thinning, menstrual period gradually shortened and eventually amenorrhea or early menopause.

Premature ovarian failure is the chief culprit in women’s aging. Healthy ovaries should secrete estrogen and progesterone, which are extremely important for maintaining women’s young health. Old age is really a manifestation of ovarian aging.

To raise a nest in science, we must start with diet.

Healthy eating habits can help women maintain the suppleness of the skin, supplement the necessary nutrients, and play a role in protecting the ovaries.

First, eat more beans. Beans contain natural phytoestrogens that can improve endocrine disorders.

Second, eat more vegetable oils. Such as rice vinegar, sauerkraut, and citric acid. In addition, red dates and wine can be used to nourish blood, which is beneficial to the female body.

From the anatomical structure, the ovary is located in the pelvis, there is a bladder in front, and there is a rectum in the back. It is not touched in the supine position, so the message cannot touch the ovaries. Essential oils penetrate into the skin at most and are unlikely to penetrate into the ovaries.

From the perspective of ovarian development, in the human ovary, the development of follicles begins in the embryonic period, and about 150,000 to 500,000 follicles are inserted during the birth of the newborn. The youthful climate, the chaotic climb gradually decreases. At the growth stage, only 300 to 400 follicles of women can mature and only 1 or 2 eggs will be discharged.

As the number of follicles involved in the ovary decreases, the level of estrogen gradually decreases. When the number of residual follicles in the ovary is less than a certain amount, there is no longer ovulation and menstruation.

The average age of menopause in Chinese women is around 49 years old. Before the age of 40, menopause is early menopause, which is a premature ovarian failure.

Usually, the number of follicles in each woman is destined from birth.

Ovarian function is actually born with it. It is only a premature ovarian failure that is caused by people and because of living habits.

Menopause: usually begins at 40 years old, lasts 10 to 20 years, the ovary still has follicular development, but can not mature, or there is still a certain amount of estrogen secretion before ovulation, but no corpus luteum formation.

Menopause: Women who are considered to be over 45 years old are considered to have menopause during the last menstrual period.

Late menopause: refers to the period after the menstruation stops until the ovarian endocrine function completely disappears, and is about to enter the pre-age period.

In these three stages, the ovarian function does not normally secrete estrogen as young, or even stop secretion. The direct consequences of this are typical menopausal symptoms such as facial flushing, sweating, irritability, suspicion, headache, palpitations, chest tightness, unstable blood pressure, and insomnia.

Successively, uterine prolapse, uterine tumors, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, severe neurasthenia, and cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.

At the same time, menopause is also a stage in which women’s life changes greatly. At this stage, women’s ovarian endocrine declines remarkably, and when the function of organs gradually declines, intelligence and physical strength begin to weaken to varying degrees, memory is not as good as before, and thoughts are easier than The concentration of work efficiency is reduced, and the thinking and reaction are not as sharp as middle-aged people. They often have negative and pessimistic consciousness, which gradually constitutes a depression mentality.

Therefore, female friends. In general, please be sure to do the care and maintenance of the reproductive system, which is the most important thing in women’s maintenance.

The age and health of the ovaries determine the health of every organ and every inch of your body.

referer:http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.610.1334&rep=rep1&type=pdf

http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.780.6901&rep=rep1&type=pdf

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