Poor health is not caused by something you don’t have; it’s caused by disturbing something that you already have. Healthy is not something that you need to get, it’s something you have already if you don’t disturb it.
Toxic shock syndrome (TSS) is a risk associated with tampon use. Using super absorbent tampons, and/or leaving them in too long, are two primary risk factors The average woman uses anywhere from 11,000 to more than 16,000 tampons in her lifetime. In addition to that, many regularly use sanitary pads. But […]
Menstruation is one of the vital processes of a woman’s body which deserves utmost caution and self-care. Women are slightly more vulnerable to bacterial infection during menstruation, due to the change in the vagina’s pH balance. Ensuring proper hygiene during menses, and eating right is the key to ease the pain […]
Maintaining good hygiene is vital for your health. Let’s see why : Urine Infection Not keeping yourself clean during menstruation is inviting lots of bacteria. They are not only affect you externally but can also lead to urine infection which isn’t only painful for your stomach and lower abdomen but also […]
Negative Ions ( anions ) Ions are molecules that have gained or lost an electron through various atmospheric forces or environmental influences. The two types of ions are positive and negative ions. Positive ions are atoms that have been stripped of an electron and have a negative effect on […]
The TRUTH about Poor Sanitary Napkins and Health Risks Many women are unaware of the risks they undergo, while unceremoniously going through their monthly ritual, hoping it would be less painful this time. But what every woman often neglects and is ignorant about, is that the sanitary pads that they use […]
1. Menstrual Blood gets contaminated with the body’s innate organisms once it has left the body. Since your pad is still damp and will have organisms from your vagina, sweat from your genitals, etc. When these organisms remain in a warm and moist place for a long time they tend to multiply […]
What is Menstruation ? Menstruation is part of a woman’s reproductive cycle. Every month, in response to reproductive hormones – mainly estrogen and progesterone – a woman’s womb gets ready for pregnancy. Menstruation is the process where an unfertilised egg, or a fertilised egg that has not become embedded in the uterus lining, […]