National Women’s Health Week in the United States kicked off “on Mother’s Day, May 13, and is celebrated through May 19, 2018”.
“At the same time you are menopausal there are a lot of other areas of your health to keep an eye on. It is important to keep up Pap smear tests, breast checks, watch your diet, blood pressure and cholesterol to ensure good cardiovascular health. After menopause, changes to the spread of body fat and body shape increases risk of cardiovascular disease and lower levels of oestrogen also increases the risk of bladder weakness and osteoporosis”.
“Cardiovascular disease (CVD) does not just affect men, and in some instances its effects can be worse in women. It is the number one killer of women, with over two million premature deaths each year. The good news is that most cardiovascular diseases are preventable”.
“Talk to your healthcare provider today to learn about your Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, Blood Sugar and BMI (Body Mass Index). Your heart depends on it”.
In Health Topics A-Z you may find:
Your Country may have Links similar to:Meno Martha