Monthly Archives: November 2018
Disease prevention is one of the most important tasks of modern health care, it is incorporated in a number of government programs and the OMS system. In addition, even the usual hygienic skills and proper lifestyle can have a preventive effect.
A person from an early age may be subject to various diseases. They affect life expectancy and its quality, reduce the ability to work and even cause disability and social helplessness. Some diseases are characterized by high mortality, others increase the risk of the birth of offspring with various deviations, still others make a sick person dangerous to others and can lead to epidemics. In many cases, preventive measures can prevent the development of diseases or make their prognosis more favorable. Continue reading
We all know about what health is – this term is most succinctly reflected in the phrase “no disease”. It is possible to call a healthy person, who does not have any disturbances in the functioning of organs and systems, diseases, however, regarding mental health, it loses its meaning, because this definition is not limited to the absence of pathology.
Mental health is a state of psychological and social well-being in which a person realizes his or her potential, effectively confronts life’s difficulties and stress, performs productive, conscious activity and contributes to the development of society. Continue reading
Menstruation is a definite part of the female body’s menstrual cycle. During menstruation, women experience bleeding, which is triggered by the rejection of the uterine lining. The first day of menstruation is considered the beginning of the menstrual cycle.
The composition of the menstrual blood includes a set of enzymes, for this reason it has a darker color and does not clot. The absence of menarche (menstruation) is normally observed during pregnancy and lactation.
The onset of menstruation, mainly occurs between the ages of 12 and 21 years. Continue reading