Women of Australia and their Health Things You Probably Didn’t Know

On the occasion of Women’s Health Week which is celebrated from 3rd to 7th September, we did a research on the Aussie Women and got to know many interesting facts.

Almost 51% of the total population in Australia constitutes women, and there has been an increase in the health cases where more number of older women are facing critical health problems than men. An approx. of 15,500 women were included in the list aged 18 years or more.

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Women of Australia and their Health Things You Probably Didn’t Know

Among all the survey respondents, 66% were mothers. While half of the mothers had two children. There are many other discoveries which we got to know with the survey, they are given as follows:

  1. Half of the total women who turned up for the Survey mentioned that they have a good or excellent health.
  2. One in four women couldn’t afford to pay a doc visit in case of emergencies.
  3. A shocking count of more than half of the women who turned up for the survey faced with anxiety trouble or depression.
  4. One in every five women had the difficulty in falling asleep and had a complaint of having less satisfying sleeping time.
  5. Another fact that came up, more than one women among two aged between 18-50 years didn’t have the time to attend doc’s place for health check-ups.
  6. A one-third woman aged 18-50 years admitted to the fact that they didn’t have time to prepare nutritious and healthy foods by themselves.
  7. More than half of the women considered themselves as obese or overweight. During the survey, one-third of the women asked for providing weight management tips and guidelines.
  8. One in every 5 women had questions and queries which they usually skipped asking or saying to their regular doctor.
  9. Last but not the least, it’s funny one yet a serious one. Due to the rise in the Internet usage, more than half of the women of the total enrolled used to Google or search the Internet for the first instance before inquiring with the physician.

With the help of these surveys, it makes it easy to understand the women’s health choices and psychology in a better way. This, in turn, helps with bringing out the right solutions. Do you belong or fall in any of the categories? What do you think about such health surveys? Write down your responses in the comment section below!

Skin Care Tips & Suggestions for all the Lovely Pregnant ladies out there!

During the pregnancy period, even the mothers need special care just like the baby inside them. Along with the diet checks, you need to keep a close look at the skincare regime too. During the summers, the skin can face issues like rashes, stretch marks, prickly heat sensation, etc. If you were not concerned about this before, then it’s time to take this thing seriously.

Skin Care Tips & Suggestions for all the Lovely Pregnant Ladies

Pregnant mothers tend to ignore their skin care routine, but what they don’t know, is the vulnerability of the skin during this period.

Skin Care Tips

The skin is open to rashes, dryness – and that’s why you need to soothe the skin with the right moisturizers. Following are some tips that you can try out for a healthy skin (especially during the pregnancy):

  • Skin condition depends a lot on the type of the food consumed. For a healthy skin condition, you can opt for the healthy fats. Make sure that the pregnant ladies are served with foods which are high on healthy fats. They help in repairing the damaged skin, as well as keeps the skin hydrated.
  • Even the stress can have adverse effects on your skin. You can carry out a post-natal massage, get a good amount of sleep, and an aromatherapy is also a good option to calm the mind.
  • Use products which contain Aloe Vera, Sesame Oil, Almond Oil, Cocoa Butter etc. for the daily skin routine.
  • During the summers, your skin may feel itchy or dry. It again depends on the texture of the skin. Make sure that you moisturize your skin properly and use creams with natural herbs for soothing and relaxing your skin.
  • Skin Massages are also beneficial. They can help with better blood circulation, relaxes the skin, and allows you to get a happy sleep!
  • Body Butters are found to be more effective than the body lotions. They help in hydrating the skin and also nourishes them.
  • During the initial days of the breastfeeding, the mother can get sore nipples. You could easily buy the  Nipple Care Butter with the Virgin Coconut Oil – that will keep the skin protected from dryness and fissures.
  • Go for a hot water shower instead of the lukewarm water. This will open the pores of the skin, and maintain them in a better way.

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