8 Poor Health Symptoms Women Shouldn’t Ignore

Photo by fizkes from Shutterstock

We all experience certain short-term symptoms that seem insignificant, such as headaches, stomachaches or other various pains, but these things can actually be important signals that warn us that our health is not really good.

According to a recent study done by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 13 percent of American women experience poor health, and this percentage is significantly higher than for men. 

“Chronic and sometimes subtle symptoms can be the most important to pay attention to when it comes to protecting one’s future health. Sadly, these smoldering, persistent chronic health conditions affect more than 40 percent of the U.S. population,” explained anti-inflammatory health coach Jenny Carr.

Some studies show that nearly 80 percent of people who suffer from autoimmune illnesses, such as psoriasis, Crohn’s disease, and rheumatoid arthritis, are women. However, some diseases can be prevented or combated if you adopt a healthy lifestyle and pay attention to your body signals. 

Here are some poor health symptoms that women shouldn’t ignore! Read on for more info!

1 234 ... 9NEXT
Facebook
Twitter
WhatsApp
Pinterest
Reddit
LinkedIn
Facebook
Twitter
WhatsApp

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

READ NEXT

10 Breast Cancer Myths Debunked

Breast cancer has been an active matter of concern for years now and has affected millions of women and men. And given all this, there’s still a lot of misinformation

How to Maintain a Healthy Gut: 4 Simple Ways

Our gut is like our second brain. It controls and regulates so much of our bodies’ processes, from mood to sleep, metabolism, illness, and digestion. Therefore, our digestive health is

5 Symptoms That You’ve Become Dangerously Stressed

Body Aches & Pains According to Everyday Health, when we stress out, our sympathetic nerve system activates the flight-or-fight response. “Blood is then sent to major muscle groups that increase

Coronavirus: Are Young People at Risk?

Part 1 As with most viral outbreaks, the people most at risk are the elderly and/or infirm and those with underlying health issues. Certainly in the current situation, when it

10 Foods That Sabotage Your Heart Health

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S., so you need to drop the heart-harming foods from your diet. Even if your ticker isn’t in danger you

Stubborn Headache Strikes Out of Nowhere?

Are you in the middle of a workout and a headache out of nowhere strikes again? Well…you probably suffer from an exertion headache, which means a type of head pain

Here’s How Eating Sugar Affects Your Body

Sugar is probably the worst ingredient when it comes to our diets. It doesn’t give us the nutrients we need to end our tasks properly—instead, provides empty calories and eating

Everything You Need to Know About Epilepsy

When you think of a seizure, you probably think of the classic Hollywood version—a person shaking violently, falling to the ground and passing out. But you might be surprised to

Scroll to Top