Impact of Oral Contraceptives on Breast Health

Breast cancer is a serious and sometimes fatal disease among women that causes abnormal growth of breast cells. Oral contraceptives also referred to as birth control pills, have drawn attention owing to their possible effects on breast health. There is a complicated and multifaceted interaction between oral contraceptives and breast health. As per research, the… Continue reading Impact of Oral Contraceptives on Breast Health

Menopause and Nutrition: Foods for Hormonal Balance

Menopause indicates the ceasing of the menstrual period and end of reproductive years for a woman. It is a significant transition in a woman’s life. In addition to the physical and emotional changes that accompany this stage, hormonal fluctuations often lead to symptoms like hot flashes, mood swings, and weight gain. However, adopting a balanced… Continue reading Menopause and Nutrition: Foods for Hormonal Balance

Holistic Approaches to Menopausal Symptom Management

Holistic approaches to menopausal symptom management encompass a comprehensive strategy that considers the physical, emotional, and mental aspects of a woman’s health during this transitional phase. Menopause, marked by the cessation of menstrual cycles, often brings about a range of symptoms including hot flashes, mood swings, sleep disturbances, and vaginal dryness, among others. While these… Continue reading Holistic Approaches to Menopausal Symptom Management

Mind-Body Connection: Nurturing the Spirit during Menopause

Menopause is often seen as a physical end to a woman’s reproductive years, with the phase ranging from 4 to 10 years. It is a complex process encompassing significant body, mind, and spirit change. Menopause highlights the interdependence of mental, emotional, and physical well-being. It is important to understand and foster the mind-body connection as… Continue reading Mind-Body Connection: Nurturing the Spirit during Menopause

Exercise and Menopause: Maintaining Physical Well-being

A woman’s natural menstrual cycle ends during menopause, which usually happens in her late 40s or early 50s. For women to successfully manage the challenges of menopause, a normal ageing process marked by physical and hormonal changes, they must maintain physical well-being and engage in regular exercise. Prameya Health guides women with various exercises and… Continue reading Exercise and Menopause: Maintaining Physical Well-being

Weight Management during Menopause

Weight growth is common in women as they age, and maintaining their weight becomes more challenging, especially during the perimenopause or premenopausal period. An increase in physical activity and eating a balanced diet helps slow down weight gain. Hormonal changes Hormonal changes associated with menopause, such as a decrease in estrogen, can make it hard… Continue reading Weight Management during Menopause

Early Signs of Menopause and Coping up with Changes

Menopause is a significant life transitioning phase for most women. It commonly occurs for women in their late 30s to mid 40s and early 50s. Early signs of menopause can manifest in a variety of ways, both physically and emotionally. This change is associated with many symptoms, some of them occurring as early signs that… Continue reading Early Signs of Menopause and Coping up with Changes

Societal Impact during Menopause

Menopause usually occurs in a woman’s late 40s or early 50s and is a normal biological process that signifies the end of her reproductive years. It’s a twelve-month period after a woman’s last menstrual cycle and involves significant changes in both her physical and mental health. Menopause is a nearly twenty-year transitional period characterized by… Continue reading Societal Impact during Menopause

Taking Care of Bone Health during Menopause

Menopause is a crucial time in a woman’s life and with changing hormones comes the need for comprehensive bone health care. During menopause, there is a decrease in estrogen level, a hormone responsible for preserving bone density. This leads to an increased risk of osteoporosis and fractures in women. It is critical to act proactively… Continue reading Taking Care of Bone Health during Menopause

Myths & Facts about Menopause

Menopause, which usually happens in a woman’s late 40s or early 50s, is a normal biological process that signifies the end of her reproductive years. Confusion and misunderstandings can arise from false information on life transitions such as menopause, which makes it difficult to approach new phases with confidence. Pranasakhi program from Prameya Health debunks all the myths surrounding menopause… Continue reading Myths & Facts about Menopause