New Delhi: Compared to men, women need a lot of additional nutrients and vitamins to stay healthy. Often you have to see that the women in the family are negligent with their diet. It has long been observed that women do not pay attention to their meals, such as not eating the leftovers at regular times. Such negligence leads to a number of health problems in women.
Such eating habits and lifestyles lead to premature aging in women. From the monthly period to pregnancy and childbirth to menopause, women go through hormonal changes several times in their lives. And because of this, women can suffer from many other diseases compared to men. In such a situation, you need to take more care of your health.
Today we are going to give you a complete look at the vitamins that are important for women and what diseases affect women’s health.
Vitamin A During the menopause between the ages of 40 and 45, various changes take place in a woman’s body. This changes a woman’s body. These changes are reflected both on the skin and inside. So vitamin A is very important for the body. You can consume carrots, papaya, pumpkin seeds, spinach to compensate for the vitamin A deficiency.
Vitamin B9 Women need several vitamins during pregnancy. During this time, vitamin B9 is very important for the body. Vitamin deficiencies can lead to birth defects in many children. To get vitamin B9 (folic acid), women can include foods like beans, grains, and yeast in their diet.
Vitamin D Women need both calcium and vitamin D to keep their bones strong. As women get older, they often complain of problems such as joint pain. In this case, you will need vitamin D along with calcium for it to be properly absorbed by the body. For vitamin D, you can consume foods such as mushrooms, milk, cottage cheese, soy products, butter, oatmeal, fatty fish, eggs.
Vitamin E Women want to stay healthy and look beautiful. In this case, you should get a significant amount of vitamin E in your diet. Vitamin E cares for the skin, hair and nails and makes them beautiful. It is important for women to consume foods rich in vitamin E in order to maintain their beauty. Vitamin E keeps wrinkles and skin blemishes away. It makes the skin soft and supple and makes you look younger. For this, you can consume foods such as almonds, peanuts, butter, spinach.
Vitamin K Vitamin K is also very beneficial for women’s health. This helps control blood loss during your period as well as during the birth of a baby. To do this, you can include soybean oil, green vegetables in the diet.
Common diseases in women
Cancer- Women are at a much higher risk of cancer. The risk of breast and cervical cancer in particular is highest in women. If you look at the numbers, around 500,000 women die each year from breast and cervical cancer. If these cancers are detected in a timely manner, treatment is possible, but sometimes delays lead to serious problems.
Reproductive disorders Women have many reproductive disorders that men do not. Women often suffer from urinary tract infections and bacterial infections. However, it doesn’t have much of an impact on pregnancy.
Mental health- According to the WHO report, women suffer from much more mental health problems, such as depression and anxiety, than men. Sometimes this has long-term implications for women’s mental health. Because of this, it becomes necessary for women to pay much more attention to their mental health.
Diabetes and obesity Hormonal changes can lead to heart problems, obesity, diabetes, blood pressure, etc. in women, even earlier than in men. For this reason, women should focus on their diet and physical health in order to lead an improved lifestyle.
Work-related illnesses Women encounter a variety of problems during pregnancy. Although pregnancy is the best phase for a woman, it is during this time that they develop problems such as asthma, diabetes, and depression. This can harm both the mother and the child. There is a risk of anemia during pregnancy. It can also harm the child.
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