In the past, women were not included in medical research. As a result, doctors know less about women’s health. Learn about the signs of common diseases, and you know your body better than anyone.
During the first of premature death causes in women. In general, women do not experience that cinematic image that should collapse with chest pain. Instead, they report symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, dizziness, sweating, neck discomfort, pain in the jaw and shoulders, excessive fatigue, indigestion, and even a feeling that something bad will happen. Therefore, there is a high chance that the symptoms may be misqualified and do not seek help. According to a study in the United States, women who have had a crisis expect an average of 37 minutes longer than men to call for help. If you are overweight or have heart disease in your family, seek help in the slightest symptom.
Women have a lower rate of typical symptoms, such as sudden numbness or weakness on one side of the body / face. They report symptoms such as general fatigue, weakness, off-course movement, fever and even hiccups. Hormone birth control pills are more at risk. Older people, smokers, people with high blood pressure or diabetes … If there is a symptom, go to the hospital immediately because time is very important. The most effective medical interventions in stroke are effective when performed within the first three hours after the first symptoms.
According to the World Health Organization, diabetes is seen in about 15 percent of women in Turkey. 60 percent are overweight and this is one of the biggest risk factors. The only way to understand prediabetes is to have your blood sugar level measured. The easiest imaging test ‘A1C’. A level of 6.5 or higher indicates that you have diabetes, and a level of 5.7 is considered normal. By changing your life habits, you can postpone or prevent diabetes.
This disease, where breathing stops or stops repeatedly during sleep, is quite common among women. But not every snoring sleep apnea. Other symptoms include excessive drowsiness, difficulty diving or falling asleep, tired waking up, pain, irritability, anxiety and brain fog. Research has found a link between difficult-to-diagnose diseases such as polycystic ovary syndrome and fibromyalgia and sleep apnea.