Did you know?
You could be at risk if you have a family history of depression, marriage issues, eating disorder, substance abuse or even medication can play a factor.
What can you do to help yourself?
Breast cancer is the second most common cancer leading to death in women. Symptoms finding a lump, nipple discharge, itching, dimpling, any change in the breast should be a warning to get checked.
Who’s at risk?
What should you?
Heart disease is responsible for 29% of deaths in women. Most people always think of men first with heart disease, but it affects women, too. Symptoms to be aware of are pain in your shoulder, shortness of breath or vomiting. Unfortunately, this seems like normal things, but always be aware if this continues to rule out heart disease.
Things you can do to reduce the chances?
Seventy-five percent of autoimmune disease occurs in women. There are 80 known types of misguided attacks on your own body.
Ways to reduce the risk.
Osteoporosis threatens 44 million Americans and 68% are women
Symptoms of this are:
Risks include age, family history, diet low in calcium, vitamin D deficiency, sedentary lifestyle, smoking and medication.
What can you do to avoid osteoporosis? Supplement with a quality calcium and vitamin D and do weight bearing exercise.
Body and Skin Health recommends these products to help reduce the risks:
Sharon Smith with Body and Skin Health – Your Health & Wellness Coach.
~Your Health is your Wealth~
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