Woman: Do You and Your Health Matter?

“Is this valid?” This is an essential question a woman carries. Would she doubt going to the ER for pain in the lower abdomen necessary? Surely she can take strong pain medicine and sleep her troubles away? Many women go through the same dilemma today. In fact, severe pain could lead to a doctor’s dismissal as just period cramps. How do you counter? Pain is not an emergency—everyone goes through that! But the truth is, you can, and it does. You matter.

The question really is, why would you wait for an emergency to happen before you decide that what you go through is valid? 


Getting Regular Health Checks

While it’s true that health checks do not change overall health outcomes such as reducing morbidity and mortality, health checks strengthen and identify signs, symptoms, or risk factors of a person to develop a previously absent disease. They also compare previous versus current data for symptomatic persons i.e tumor size and hormonal imbalances. And lastly, they back robust evidence of your abdominal pain.


The Short and Long Benefits

Your body is like a machine. And just like any machine, it needs regular attention to make it last longer and healthier. For cars to run a long drive, the owner regularly oils them, fills them up with gasoline, and rotates the tires. Maintenance is a must to make your vehicle function well for years. That goes with our machine of a body. Even if you feel healthy, regular health check-ups can identify any early signs of health issues. Factors such as your age, health, family history, and lifestyle choices, impact how often you need check-ups. Having a health check is also a time to examine your lifestyle to see what improvements can be made.

When you go mountaineering, you need all the necessary equipment to carry with you all the way. You expect worse weather but hope for the best, equip yourself with food and water and proper gears. Health checks prepare you for the future as it checks for current or emerging medical problems. And early detection means that your chances for effective treatment are increased.

The Feminea Hormon and What It Offers

The Feminea Hormon health test is an analysis with a focus on hormones adapted especially for women. Included in the test are a comprehensive laboratory analysis for these hormones: T3 Free and T4 Free, TSH, S-Testosterone, SHBG (sex hormone-binding globulin), estradiol. FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone), cortisol, and an assessment or medical opinion and recommendation from the lab doctors which cater to your needs. The particular hormones are markers for sex hormones, metabolism, hormone balance, and stress. They affect your overall performance and health including vitality and fertility, and metabolism.

Talk to us and feel free to deepen your health knowledge with us. 


Time To Decide and Take Control

History taught and continues to teach us how disease and illness development are well beyond our control. You can, however, decide when to start taking care of your health. You’re in charge! If you feel up to it, and you’re the adventurous kind, set big goals and start doing them. 

But sometimes, the simplest goals are the easiest to remember. Sometimes, just knowing what screens or tests you need to do and doing them makes an impact. Remember to be kind to yourself too. A holistic approach to wellbeing can help you discover health, contentment, purpose, and connection.