Womens Health

This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the New York State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

Women’s health involves lots of aspects. Among them is associated with look and beauty. Because womoen do care about their skin, hair, teeth and so on. It gives them inspirational impetous – something that men do not take that serious.

Take oral health for one – it is not only the health of the gum but also phisical look of a healthy smile with their teeth. They was their theeth several times a day, use dental floss to clean food trace from among teeth. Or consult a dentist for tooth whitening, apply for porcelain veneers or even dental implants to replace out of shape, discoloured teeth.

Or look at hairdo – how versatile it is. Shape and colour change every occasion they go to the hair salon to meet their hair stylist. Under certain medical conditions they may lose some hair and they either wear wig or consult a hair transplant expert that helps overcome the problem.

Mental health depends on various factors – satisfaction with their carrier or family life – how the individual sees herself. Studies have shown that women are more sensitive to issues surrounding them – they look more emphatetic in most cases than men.

Physical health is often ignored by women. They say they cannot work for a living, look after a family and do exercises every day. That may hold true, of course – but what they should consider is the related medical problems arsing from lack of exercise – they complain about a painful back as they either sit or stand too much.