Women's Health

Women’s health refers to the health of women, which is different from men’s. This is because they can have babies and other things. According to the World Health Organization, it is a complete physical, mental, and social well-being (not just being free of disease). Some people think of women’s reproductive health as just about women’s bodies. But other people think it is not right to only talk about reproductive health. They would say that all the health of a woman matters, which is better expressed as “The Health of Women.” These differences are more difficult for women in developing countries. Women there have risky health problems and sometimes they also have bad experiences.

The factors that can affect women’s health include genetics, lifestyle behaviors, there is also a risk factor associated with the social environment and life experiences. They further conduct to poor mental health, sexual dysfunction, gender-based violence, obesity, malnutrition, and the use of tobacco. Some examples of women’s health problems include cardiac diseases, cancer, diabetes mellitus type, osteoporosis, and emerging cardiovascular disease epidemics among young people. Moreover, depression and anxiety disorders have a very high prevalence.

Women’s health includes the mental aspect, which affects all of their life because it determines if they are satisfied with what is happening to them. Women who do not take care of themselves can die due to many different reasons; if their disease is not treated, they can get more diseases that are related to the first one. The social aspect of women’s health means taking care of all the relationships that women have with other people like families or friends. If these people do not treat women well it can affect them mentally and cause them some problems too.