Effective tips for the mother to take care of her health in 2022

Effective tips for the mother to take care of her health
Effective tips for the mother to take care of her health


The mother works an average of more than 14 hours a day, whether in the workplace or at home, to complete her home and office tasks to the fullest. During these hours, the mother is exposed to a lot of pressure, fatigue and exhaustion, as well as psychological discomfort and discomfort.


Since the mother’s health reflects negatively or positively on the health of the family as a whole, and since this daily process continues throughout the year, it will have negative repercussions on the health of the mother, who needs to take care of her health to avoid disease and stay active and healthy all the time.


*** Effective tips for the mother to take care of her health

 

Few days separate us from the celebration of Mother's Day, which falls on March 21 every year, and we want all mothers to feel loved, cared and cared for.


Therefore, Dr. Lubna Ahmed, a specialist in obstetrics and gynecology at Fakeeh University Hospital, shares with us a set of important tips for every woman to enjoy a healthy life:


Make sure to get regular medical examinations, to prevent the most serious health threats such as heart disease, cervical cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure and breast cancer.

Eat healthy food: focus on eating vegetables and fruits as part of your daily diet, and always follow the advice you give your children.

Maintain a good level of hydration in your body: Drink at least 3 to 4 liters of water per day. This is essential to maintain healthy blood levels, lubricate joints and cartilage, eliminate toxins and waste from the body, and help balance electrolytes and digest food well.

Get enough sleep: Lack of sleep can have negative effects on your physical and mental health, eventually leading to high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity and depression.

Follow the routine of getting up regularly in the morning, and walk for at least 30-60 minutes each day. This will help you maintain a healthy weight, boost your metabolism and avoid problems with cholesterol, diabetes and high blood pressure.


*** Breast Cancer Awareness


Breast cancer is the third most common type of cancer in the world, and the risk of developing breast cancer worldwide and in the United Arab Emirates accounts for 1 in 9 cases.


Breast cancer is a disease that causes abnormal, rapidly dividing cells in the breast to multiply out of control. In the UAE, infection rates are also higher, even in females under 40 years of age. Breast cancer is considered more serious in younger patients.


There are different types of breast cancer, and the type of breast cancer is determined by the breast cells that develop into cancerous cells. Breast cancer cells usually result in an abnormal bump and deformity, calcifications, or an asymmetry in the breast that can be seen on an X-ray or felt manually as a lump. The disease mainly affects women, but it may sometimes affect men.


Dr. Alashi Millicent Bello, Consultant General of Breast and Oncology Surgeon at Fakeeh University Hospital, provides more details and advice for breast cancer awareness.


*** How often should a woman be screened for breast cancer?


We cannot prevent infection, but by raising awareness, we can provide the right treatment and care at the right time for a healthier life in the future. One of the best ways to beat this disease early is to understand the symptoms and get regular checkups.


Every woman should self-examine once a month, a week after her period. If a woman's menstrual cycle is irregular, she should choose a time of the month and perform a breast self-examination at the same time every month.


It is best for women over the age of 40 to consult a doctor once a year or at least once every two years. While younger women can do regular self-examinations themselves, women with a family history of breast cancer should start screening early.


*** What are the odds of getting breast cancer?


Every woman is at risk of developing breast cancer. Only 5-10 out of the total number of breast cancer cases per 100 women may be linked to the abnormal breast cancer genes BRCA1 and BRCA2 that we hear about so often.


***Signs to watch for breast cancer


A painless or painful lump or thickening in the breast or underarm.

A change in the size, shape, or appearance of the breast.

Any dimpling or irritation of the skin of the breast.

Newly appeared inverted nipple.

Changes in the nipple and areola: crusting or hardening of the breast skin or the darker area of ​​skin around the nipple (areola).

Redness or tapping of the skin over the breasts.

Discharge from the nipple (other than breast milk), which may include blood.


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