A woman's health is one of the best investments she can make. But, unfortunately, most couples and young adults are uncomfortable discussing sex, the vagina, the penis, or sexual diseases because of embarrassment. Such subjects are still frowned upon, particularly in conservative communities. On a personal level, I believe that these issues are significant and... Continue Reading →
PCOS is a woman's health condition in which the ovaries generate an unusual amount of androgens (male hormones) usually present in women's small amounts. The term Polycystic Ovary Syndrome refers to a condition in which the ovaries develop a large number of small cysts (fluid-filled sacs). If you have at least two of the resulting... Continue Reading →
Happiness has various effects on our health and wellness, especially regarding stress and anxiety management. Serotonin, Dopamine, endorphins, and Oxytocin are the four main happiness chemicals. Serotonin is a chemical said to be a neurotransmitter that mediates satisfaction, comfort, happiness, and optimism. On the other hand, Dopamine is a neurotransmitter produced by your body, and... Continue Reading →
"Good health is not something we can buy. However, it can be an extremely valuable savings account." - Anne Wilson Schaef. A beautiful quote that reminds us how important to take good care of our health - physically and mentally. As some of you may already know, I was diagnosed with having HPV66, has a... Continue Reading →
Have you got a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine? Were you able to complete your jabs? What comes next is the question. It was also my question! As a result, I'd like to talk about and share the eight habits I developed after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. But, before that, why do we need to... Continue Reading →
As of this writing, the world's headline about COVID-19 is overwhelming in India. A news article reported that India posted a record daily rise in coronavirus cases of 386,452 on Friday, while deaths from Covid-19 jumped by 3,498 over the last 24 hours, according to health ministry data. The report alone is proof that COVID-19... Continue Reading →
WHO defined mental health as a state of well-being in which an individual realizes his or her abilities, can cope with everyday stresses of life, work productively and fruitfully, and contribute to their community. An article also explained that mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and... Continue Reading →
This content is one of my older blog posts that can help us improve our sleeping habits and manage our petty anxiety attacks.
Series: 1st Installment for Health Issue and Anxiety of 4
Sleep disruption is a sign of mental health problems. Anxiety is no different. I remember when these two are of my main problems. I cannot revive myself physically and mentally because I cannot get a decent sleep and worry about many things.
It was chaos! As soon as I hit the bed, my mind runs 210kph. I think about my health and how I can recover. I think about my to-do-list at work. I think about the problems we have at work and how I will be able to manage them. I would think about my husband and me if my health got worsen. I think about our bills if I will leave my job and focus on my health. I think pretty much everything! The space in my blog is not enough if I wrote all of them!
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2021 is on its second month, and we are in our second year fighting against the novel Coronavirus - COVID 19. As of this writing, there are more than 101M confirmed cases of Coronavirus worldwide and counting. Sadly, there’s this mutated “UK variant” spreading. It’s quicker than the original variant! Coronavirus is continuously trembling our... Continue Reading →