Sub health loves to pester female white-collar workers

Bad living habits and bad physical condition are the biggest problems faced by white-collar workers. In the crowd, women have always been more easily entangled by diseases, so the health crisis of white-collar women deserves repeated attention. Today, let’s take a look at what causes health crises in our lives.

Dizziness, nausea, and aches all over the body occur at any time… You should pay attention to sub-health at this time when you have no results after checking around. According to the research of the World Health Organization, about 70% of the people live in sub-health conditions or have sub-health experiences to varying degrees. Among the female white-collar workers over 40 years old in China, chronic fatigue, emotional instability and metabolic abnormalities caused by excessive load are more prominent.

Sub healthy population

The attitude of this group of people towards sub-health can be roughly divided into two categories: one is rigid. This group of people is the most harmful to themselves, because they resist symptoms so that sub-health can easily be converted into disease. The other kind of people are busy, busy looking for uncomfortable symptoms on their bodies. The most common ones are chronic pain, dizziness, and various symptoms caused by autonomic nerve dysfunction. They will analyze their own conditions, ask about the drugs used for treatment, and make random supplements.

But for women, the “sub-health” of gynecology is even more terrible. Nowadays, there are more and more women in the state of “sub-health of Gynecology”. These women have mild uterine erosion, vaginitis, pelvic inflammation or cervicitis, but they are often ignored because they are busy with their careers or face. In addition, gynecological diseases such as uterine fibroids and ovarian cysts have no obvious symptoms themselves and are not easy to be found. Even if some women have slight bleeding and inflammation, they are not treated in time, which often delays their condition. Experts believe that there are many reasons for sub-health, such as high work pressure and bad living habits.

The following is how to regulate and prevent the typical sub-health symptoms of three women.

Chronic fatigue syndrome

I’m afraid the most common word white-collar women say is “tired”. Whether at work or after work, they will feel very hard, listless and lack of energy.

Why do I always feel tired? This is because the physical or mental labor time is too long or the intensity is too high, the nutrients and oxygen needed by the tissues and organs in the body are insufficient, and the accumulation of metabolic waste lactic acid increases, which enters the brain tissue, causing people to feel tired.

In the city, tension syndrome, chronic fatigue and cardiovascular and cerebrovascular and metabolic abnormalities of white-collar workers over 40 years old are most prominent: a survey of more than 100 reporters and editors over 40 years old of a major newspaper found that 70% of them have a tendency to high blood fat, and nearly 3 / 4 of them have a tendency to fatty liver. Among entrepreneurs and scientific and technological elites with fierce competition, this kind of situation is even more serious. So where is the root of their symptoms?

Countermeasures: if you find yourself always in a state of fatigue and lack of concentration, don’t hold on at this time. You should check your diet and sleep and make necessary adjustments. Excluding those who are prone to fatigue caused by diseases, they should conduct a self-examination of their diet and sleep. Because malnutrition and poor sleep are easy to cause fatigue. Therefore, we should change our bad eating habits and improve our sleep.

Some women feel that they have insomnia and bad face, which is the result of anemia. I began to look for various health products to supplement iron. In fact, too much iron supplementation can also be harmful. Long term excessive intake of iron containing food or use of iron to replenish blood will increase the iron stored in the body, resulting in chronic iron poisoning, manifested as skin pigmentation, brownish black and gray, osteoporosis, irregular heart rate and ECG changes.

According to medical science, the principle of scientific dietotherapy is to choose food according to the results of physical examination, “what is lacking, what is lacking, and how much is lacking; detoxify first, then supplement, and balance is the most important.

Endocrine disorders and menstrual disorders

Some experts believe that one of the main reasons for the sub-health state of middle-aged people is hormone imbalance. The most obvious manifestation is female endocrine disorder and menstrual imbalance. Some women’s menstruation period is prolonged, while others have not entered menopause, but their menstruation ends early. Because menstruation is regulated by hormones secreted by ovaries, changes in menstruation can reflect changes in ovarian function. For example, endocrine function is decreased and estrogen level is decreased. Clinically, menstruation is reduced, menstruation is brown, and the date is delayed for more than 7 days.

While others have excessive menstruation, which can cause anemia. All these indicate that there are problems in ovarian function. White collar women aged 30-40 are under great pressure at work and at home, and sometimes they are prone to contradictions in interpersonal relations. Internal and external pressure often makes them in a depressed state, affecting their neuroendocrine function, making estrogen relatively low and menopausal symptoms appear in advance.

Countermeasures: female menstruation should avoid mental stimulation and emotional fluctuations. It is normal for individuals to have lower abdominal distension, waist acid, breast pain, mild diarrhea, easy fatigue, lethargy, emotional instability, irritability or melancholy during menstruation. In case of irregular menstruation, find a doctor as soon as possible to find out the cause and treat it.

Women should pay special attention to hygiene during menstruation to prevent infection. Before menstruation, it is advisable to eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, and avoid irritants such as scallions, garlic, leeks and ginger. Those with less menstruation must increase nutrition at ordinary times, such as milk, eggs, soy milk, pig liver, spinach, pork, chicken, etc., and avoid eating raw and cold melons and fruits. Those with more menstruation must avoid eating brown sugar.

Mental problems and disorder

With the same educational background and work experience, why can others be promoted and raised? I am still a common people? I believe that many people who fight in the workplace will have such psychological imbalance. If they can’t adjust and vent well, people’s mentality will have problems and disorder.

Countermeasures: it is inevitable that there will be unfairness in work. When you feel depressed and anxious, it may be helpful to talk to your relatives and friends. If there is no communication channel, it is necessary to find specially trained psychological counselors to help deal with complex psychological problems.

Some people think that mental illness or brain problems require psychological counseling. In fact, for psychological tension caused by certain stimuli, or feeling physical or emotional distress, you can consult a psychologist, such as various emotional disorders, anxiety, fear, pessimism, depression, etc; Those who have long-term chronic diseases and cannot be cured for a long time, that is, those who are dissatisfied with or lose confidence in treatment; Those who cannot adjust themselves due to family and social contradictions.

Help you eliminate sub-health

look out! Don’t fall into the trap of sub-health — although sometimes the boundaries between different stages of sub-health are not very clear, their relationship is like an inter connected regional car, driving from health to disease. Once the “life train” starts, it often only moves forward. Once the health goes away, especially after entering the “preclinical” or unhealthy state from the “latent clinical”, it is mostly gone, and the only difference is the speed of “marching”.

It is estimated that after the potential clinical trend of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases appears, about 80% of people will develop cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases in 8 to 12 years. Aware of this, people began to try to slow down or even block the development of this process through various means. What is gratifying is that these efforts have achieved some results, and there are also data showing that if health care measures are appropriate in preclinical, sometimes it may return to a healthy state.

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