Stress added to the plate, is the cherry on top of the cake. The way stress affects every woman’s physical and mental health is rather difficult to assess and can be identified only with a series of symptoms.
Even then, our society has conditioned us to believe that it is okay to give more importance to a boy’s dreams than a girl’s. Society, at least most of it, believes that the male gender is powerful enough to conquer the moon, while the female gender can wait for their turn to visit the moon as tourists.
A woman’s mind is known for its multifaceted thinking capacity that helps her handle the complexities of life. However, certain biological instances may put her in a position where she finds it difficult to overcome the challenges. Menopause or the end of a menstrual cycle is one such instance in a woman’s life.
The only way through which one can break-free from such stereotypes is by creating a community that understands the objectives of a sensitive society and constantly strives towards breaking gender differences, socio-cultural distinctions as well as blind myths & misconceptions that exist in our society.
It is not every day that you feel something is essentially wrong with your life, but are unable to put your finger on the exact problem. Psychology has included this state of being among the symptoms of a plethora of problems, starting from a mild internal struggle to severe cases of depression.
Your body should by far be your first and foremost best friend, especially during gruelling times like menstruation. As this is an event that occurs every month, every woman needs that little extra bit of care and pampering, either through her efforts or someone else’s.
You might always brush aside the idea of yourself having to deal with PCOS, but what you need to realize is that you are not immune to it. PCOS is a very common syndrome that affects many women all across the globe.
Today, health-conscious and eco-conscious consumers are willing to go the extra mile to purchase products that are good for the environment. Some brands take advantage of this fact and use misleading eco-friendly terminology to trick you into buying something that may not really be as sustainable as you might have thought.
Due to the lack of infrastructure for organised segregation, collection and transportation of menstrual and other sanitary waste on a large scale, in most countries, these soiled pads eventually end up in a landfill or even at places where the light, temperature and bacterial activities required for degradation may not be at ideal levels.
Unfortunately, the terms ‘biodegradable’, ‘compostable’, ‘oxo-degradable’ and many such others are frequently misused in marketing and advertising to sell products that may not entirely be eco-friendly. Although these terms are often used interchangeably, they are not synonymous.