Medical professional have made the use of statistics to establish a trend in the occurrence of various disease symptoms among the distributed sections of the population. This helps them to pin point the degree of occurrence of a disease, prevailing in the different categories according to age, gender, and so on. This analysis is also helpful in providing the foresight to the applicability of a treatment for the larger section of a population. It has been discovered that females in the age group between 25 and 40 are susceptible to a wide range of diseases, which we may have a look at.
Stress, which is building up in the society has also taken its toll on the women under this age group. This is by far the most influencing factor when it comes to the mental and physical well-being of a woman. There are many different ways in which a woman might encounter stress in her everyday life. This is mainly related to the pressures associated with lifestyle in general. Pressures associated with family responsibilities, social burdens and taking care of children can affect the individuals I a deep way, so as to influence the mind and body.
The choice between family and career, managing one or both of these can be demanding at times. The expectations levied on them by the society and culture causes them to get into more things than they are able to handle comfortably. This stress manifests itself in the form of depression and mood swings. Although, this is not believed to be confined to females, as would be in the case of postpartum depression.
The corporate females witness a great diversion in the course of their careers from the general behavior acceptable of women. Tears and emotions are seen as a sign of weakness in the male-dominated industries. So, as the women who try to make their mark in the power-driven society, they could give up some of these very natural and personal reactions. It has been upheld since the beginning of history that women need to express their emotions in order … Read MoreRead more