- What are the most important medical checks for women?
Make sure you register with a GPS. You should then schedule regular check-up so where they will test a number of things, such as measuring height and weight, checking your blood pressure and testing your urine. Maintain a relationship with your ask regularly what tests you need,which will differ depending on your age. For women, important ones include cervical screening (from 25) and breast cancer screening (between 50 and 70 ). Your local pharmacy can test blood pressure or cholesterol if you have any concerns.
What’s the average age to start Menopause?
You’re said to have reached Menopause if you haven’t had a period for a year. After this you’re described as post-menopausal. If you start your menopause before you’re 45, it’s known as premature menopause. An estimated 1% of women under the age of 40 and 0.1 % under 30 will experience premature menopause.
What should you do if someone spills hot water over themselves?
- Cool the bum quickly by placing the affected area under cold running water for at least 10 minutes.
- Cover the injury using a sterile dressing, such as a clean non-fluffy cloth or cling film,and get medical advice.
- Raise the limb to reduce swelling
Is the birth control pills still considered safe?
Most contraceptive pills are safe for the majority of women. However,certain types are less suitable if you have severe migraines or have had thromosis (a blood clot in your leg), so check with your GP.
How much exercise do you really need to do to keep your weight down?
As well as exercising, you also need to eat a balanced diet,and you should do two types of physical each week: aerobic and muscle-strengthening activity. How much you should do depends on your age and health. Ideally,do 150 minutes a week of moderate aerobic activity, such as cycling or fast walking,and combine it with muscle-strengthening activities on two of the days.