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Women's Health

More and more women work outside and inside the home. Do the double demands shouldered by working moms pose a threat to their physical health ? The increased strain in working mothers comes from the reality that women still carry most of the child-rearing and household responsibilities. They come home from work to the "second shift"-- laundry, cleaning, cooking, chauffeuring, and tutoring. Working women have up to an estimated 21 hours of work more per week than men have.

Self-Care Tips
Here are a few suggestions for working moms to help balance the demands of job and home:

  • Set limits. Schedule and honor your own time to relax, put your feet up, and play. Learn to say no.
  • Cultivate a mental picture of the many sides of "you" besides your "other-centered" roles at home or at work--e.g. artist, lover, poet, gardener, runner.
  • Make frequent written lists of your own priorities, from the largest (spend time with my children, go to work) to the smallest (take out the recycle boxes). Put them in the order you want and match up your activities and commitments to make sure you're getting the things done that are truly most important to you. Let the rest go.
  • Ask for help: Say exactly what you want from your spouse, significant other, or children; then negotiate to share responsibilities at home.
  • Remember that perfection is the enemy of happiness. Be willing to accept less than perfect performance on household chores.
  • Celebrate the healthy pleasures of parenting. Pay attention to the moments of joy that make all the effort worthwhile. Plan regular, specific activities-- no matter how small or trivial-- to connect with your spouse, child and significant other.

Woman, the backbone of the human race, around whom the whole family and the society revolve, finds excellent treatment for many of the disease conditions specific to her. From menarche to menopause, homeopathy offers help through the evolution.

  • Menarche : Painful menses, delayed menses, irregular menses,acne,pimples, vaginal infections, mood swings, emotional disturbances, etc.
  • Middle Age : Menstrual irregularities, hormonal disorders, sterility (infertility), Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS), leucorrhea,Hepatitis-C, Acne,hair loss,alopecia areata, etc.
    Hypothyroid(under active thyroid), sexual dysfunction, breast tumor, menopausal syndrome, hot flushes, uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, skin diseases, etc.
  • Later Age : Menopausal syndrome, arthritis, sexual dysfunction, backache, tumors, metabolic diseases, etc.

Pre and Post Natal Care
Many women want and need to avoid pharmaceutical medication during pregnancy. Homoeopathic medicine provides a means of treating symptoms that can arise during pregnancy that is gentle and non-toxic for both mother and baby. Homoeopathy is beneficial to ensure optimum health during this special time. Conditions common during pregnancy and while breast-feeding can be successfully treated with Homoeopathy, and these include:

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