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The do's and don't to prevent Eating Disorder (must read)

People described how their problems often developed gradually over a few years. Sometimes the development was slow with “on/off” periods and then something would trigger a rapid deterioration. Often people didn’t realise things were getting out of hand and the eating disorder developed “before I knew it”. David said his bulimia nervosa developed over a period of a couple years; “it wasn’t something that I really necessarily noticed; it just started to creep on”.  “When you’ve been doing that for such a long time, it just becomes habit and routine and you lose sight of why you did it in the first place.” Steph An eating disorder could also develop quickly, over a course of a few months. Young people we talked with often recalled specific times; holidays, school trips, arguments at school, home or with friends that had happened just before things “flipped over”. Once the eating disorder had “kicked in” in full, people described how things quickly “spiralled out of control”. Soon they r…

Things You Didn't Know about Menstruation By Akinola Temitayo [Some Listed Point Will Shock You]

Menstruation is a normal biological process and a sign of reproductive health,yet in many cultures it is treated  as something shameful or dirty. The continued silence around menstruation combined with limited access to information at home and school results in millions of girls having very little knowledge about what is happening to their bodies when they menstruate and how to deal with it

To start with, Menstruation is the monthly shedding of the lining of a woman's uterus(womb). Menstruation is also known as the terms period,menses etc. The menstrual blood which is partly blood and partly tissues from d inside of the uterus which flows from the uterus through the cervix and out of the body through the vagina

Young girls typically start menstruating at an average of 12years. However some can begin menstruation as early as 8years or as late as 16years. Women stop menstruating at menopause which occurs at about 51years

What is a normal menstrual cycle
    It is a term used to def…

#Hygiene during #mensturarion By Raymujeedah

*Hygiene during mensturarion*
   By Raymujeedah

Menstruation, or period, is normal vaginal bleeding that occurs as part of a woman's monthly cycle. Every month, your body prepares for pregnancy. If no pregnancy occurs, the uterus, or womb, sheds its lining. The menstrual blood is partly blood and partly tissue from inside the uterus. It passes out of the body through the vagina.

Vaginas have their own cleaning mechanism which comes into play during menstrual cycles, and these artificial hygiene products can hamper the natural process leading to infections and growth of bacteria:

Below are the tips to keep clean and hygienic during mensturation:

1..Method of sanitation:
Find out about the different styles, sizes, designs and thickness of sanitary pads/towels that are available.It's important to choose  a combination of pads suitable for day, night, heavy flow and light.
Consider the absorbency, comfort and best support system for preventing blood leakage and pad slippage.