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Diagnosis of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome - Young and Blissful

Diagnosis of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

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Written by Maira Ahsan
The most prevalent cause of anovulatory infertility is polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). It affects a high percentage of reproductive-aged women. It might be a cancer risk factor. Several causes can induce PCOS symptoms, most of which are linked to genetic predispositions. PCOS is a challenging condition to recognize and diagnose. 
PCOS Diet: A Healthy Guide to Manage PCOS Symptoms - Young and Blissful

PCOS Diet: A Healthy Guide to Manage PCOS Symptoms

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Written by Maira Ahsan
In terms of maintaining a healthy weight, nutritious food is preferable to exercise. Rather than adopting a specific diet, people with PCOS who want to lose weight should reduce their total food consumption (calories or energy). There is no one-size-fits-all diet for PCOS people who want to lose weight. Each patient is provided a unique food plan based on his or her body type. According to studies, a weight-loss plan improves the indications and symptoms of PCOS.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: Everything You Need To Know About PCOS - Young and Blissful

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: Everything You Need To Know About PCOS

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Written by Maira Ahsan
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is the most prevalent medical condition among the women’s of reproductive age. According to the medical report of World Health Organization (WHO) “polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) affects the 4-8% of women worldwide”. The term "polycystic" clearly translates the meaning of "many cysts." 
The Aetiology of Obesity - Young and Blissful

The Aetiology of Obesity

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Written by Maira Ahsan
People who miss their meals have a greater tendency to eat more after a missed meal. People who miss their breakfasts tend to eat more at lunchtime; this causes blood glucose and serum cholesterol to rise to high levels. They may also eat more high-fat, high-calorie snacks. This pattern of eating may in the long-term lead to an impaired tolerance of glucose. Eating frequently also increases the likelihood that more calories will be eaten. 
The Metabolic Basis Of Obesity - Young and Blissful

The Metabolic Basis Of Obesity

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Written by Maira Ahsan

Obesity exists when fat makes a greater than normal contribution to total body weight.

In a normal woman, approximately 20-25% of her body weight is fat, and obesity is defined as a body-fat content greater than 30% of total body weight. In contrast, a normal young man will have less body-fat, 15-18% of his total body weight. For a man a definition of obesity would be a body-fat content greater than 25% of total body weight.

Management of Diabetes Mellitus in Pregnancy - Young and Blissful

Management of Diabetes Mellitus in Pregnancy

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Written by Maira Ahsan
In this blog we are going to discuss diabetes mellitus, and its dietary management during pregnan...
Breastfeeding Update 2021: Breastfeeding Versus Bottle Feeding Pros and Cons - Young and Blissful

Breastfeeding Update 2021: Breastfeeding Versus Bottle Feeding Pros and Cons

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Written by Maira Ahsan

Breast milk is the most appropriate milk for human infants since it is uniquely adapted to their needs. Breast-feeding is easier This is a great advantage. especially where health is poor, where health instruction for mothers is restricted, where hygiene is of a low standard, and where alternative milk supplies are irregular.

Hypertension: Causes, Effects, Implications, and Dietary Management - Young and Blissful

Hypertension: Causes, Effects, Implications, and Dietary Management

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Written by Maira Ahsan
Hypertension is defined as sustained levels of blood pressure greater than 160/95 mm Hg. The World Health Organization defines normotension as blood pressure less than 140/90 mm Hg, and hypertension as sustained levels greater than 160/95 mm Hg. Life expectancy is reduced noticeably, however, when the blood pressure is over 120/80 mm Hg.
Folate Deficiency Anemia: Causes, Effects, and Dietary Management - Young and Blissful

Folate Deficiency Anemia: Causes, Effects, and Dietary Management

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Written by Maira Ahsan
Folate deficiency anemia is manifested by very low levels of serum folate and red cell folate. Since folate and vitamin B12 are essential for the synthesis of the nucleoproteins required in the development of red blood cells, any deficiency of folate will result in megaloblastic bone marrow and anemia. Patients with folate deficiency anemia develop weakness, tiredness, sore tongues, shortness of breath, loose motions, irritability, and forgetfulness. Appetite may be lost, resulting in weight loss.
Vitamin B₁2 Deficiency: Causes, Effects, and Dietary Management - Young and Blissful

Vitamin B₁2 Deficiency: Causes, Effects, and Dietary Management

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Written by Maira Ahsan
The common cause of vitamin B12 deficiency anemia is the lack of intrinsic factor, a glycoprotein in the gastric juice, which is essential for the vitamin's absorption. The deficiency may also be found in strict vegetarians because vitamin B12 is found only in foods of animal origin. Other causes include partial or total gastrectomy, conditions with bacterial overgrowth in the small bowel (which create a situation of biological competition-blind loop and small bowel diverticulosis) and non-tropical sprue.
Iron Deficiency Anemia: Causes, Effects, and Dietary Management - Young and Blissful

Iron Deficiency Anemia: Causes, Effects, and Dietary Management

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Written by Maira Ahsan
Iron deficiency anemia is characterized by low levels of haemoglobin, low serum iron, and an increased total iron binding capacity (TIBC). Iron deficiency anemia affects about 500 million people throughout the world. In developing countries, the common combination of an abnormal loss of blood from the intestine (for example from hookworm infestation) and a limited intake of iron in the diet means that the prevalence of iron deficiency anemia is much higher than in developed countries.
What is the Importance of Vaccines in Our Lives? - Young and Blissful

What is the Importance of Vaccines in Our Lives?

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Written by Maira Ahsan
Vaccination is the safest and effective method to protect and save the lives of people against harmful diseases and pandemics. Vaccines are inserted into human bodies by various means, normally it is inserted by injections while others are sprayed into the nose or given by mouth. It must keep in your mind that vaccines can never put you at risk of any disease, as it is made up of killed or weakened germs that will not cause any harm.
Gestational Diabetes: Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment - Young and Blissful

Gestational Diabetes: Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment

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Written by Maira Ahsan
Gestational diabetes is one the most common form of diabetes that only appears in women who are pregnant. It happens when your blood sugar level exceeds the normal sugar level of blood. High blood sugar levels may cause harm that can affect the health of your baby and make your pregnancy at risk. So, it is in your hand that how would you take care of your baby’s health and your pregnancy too. Here, I will discuss some important health and dietary tips that can save your baby’s health and will help you from getting gestational diabetes during your pregnancy.
Folic Acid:  Importance, Sources, Functions, and Dietary Recommendations - Young and Blissful

Folic Acid: Importance, Sources, Functions, and Dietary Recommendations

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Written by Maira Ahsan
Folic acid, generally known as vitamin B9, is a dietary supplement that has been related to a number of vital physiological activities, including red blood cell production, RNA and DNA synthesis and repair, and important stages of embryonic development. It is essential for women who are planning to become pregnant or who are already pregnant. Folic acid protects infants in utero from significant neural tube abnormalities (NTDs), such as Spina bifida and anencephaly, which impair the baby's spinal cord and brain. These abnormalities appear early in pregnancy, frequently before women are even aware that they are expecting.
9 Most Common Pregnancy Complications - Young and Blissful

9 Most Common Pregnancy Complications

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Written by Maira Ahsan

Pregnancy complications are different types of medical conditions that arise during pregnancy. They can affect the health of the mother, the baby, or both. Most women have health issues that happen during pregnancy, while others have health problems that could lead to complications before becoming pregnant. To reduce the risk of pregnancy difficulties, women should consult a doctor before and during their pregnancy.

Corona Virus Skin Condition

How Corona Virus Affect Our Skin?

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Written by Shabnam Shokoufi
Coronavirus is a disease that mostly affects the Upper Respiratory Tract, but it can also affect the Skin. Coronavirus firstly comes into contact with the skin and mucous membranes and in this way skin can  easily be affected. Coronavirus is not actually Dermatotropic but some skin disorders may arise.
Migraine Headache: Here are Best healthy Ways to Cure Migraine - Young and Blissful

Migraine Headache: Here are Best healthy Ways to Cure Migraine

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Written by Maira Ahsan
Migraine is a neurological disorder, often accompanied by serious, incapacitating headaches. A migraine may cause intense throbbing pain or a pulsating sensation on one side of the brain. Nausea, vomiting, trouble breathing, numbness or tingling, and sensitivity to light and sound are all possible symptoms. Migraines affect people of all ages and are common in most families.
Why Osteoporosis is Common in Female? - Young and Blissful

Why Osteoporosis is Common in Female?

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Written by Maira Ahsan
The term "osteoporosis" actually means "porous bone." It's a bone-weakening disorder that puts you at a higher risk for accidental bone fractures if you have it. Osteoporosis is described as a “loss of bone mass and strength”. The condition frequently progresses without causing any signs or discomfort, and it isn't noticed before the damaged bones result in painful fractures. The majority of these are shoulder, wrist, and spine fractures.
Hormonal Imbalance

A Healthy Guide of Treating Hormonal Imbalance In Females

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Written by Maira Ahsan

Female Hormonal Imbalance occurs when hormone levels in the bloodstream rise above or fall below normal. Hormones are chemical messengers that tell the cells, tissues, and organs what to do. They are created by glands in the endocrine system. 

Hormone levels in women fluctuate at different periods during their lives, such as before or after menstruation, during pregnancy, and during menopause. Adrenalin, steroid hormones, growth hormones, insulin, oestrogen, and progesterone are all common female hormone imbalances (a hormone produced by your ovaries that helps you sleep).

 

Weight Management Bulimia Nervosa

Weight Management in Bulimia Nervosa

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Written by Maira Ahsan
Bulimia Nervosa patients represent improper food intake and dysfunctional eating behaviors. Appropriate treatment of this disorder needs a multidisciplinary unit and specialized nutrition therapy. It is vital to comprehend the physical characteristics of this syndrome, the intake patterns, and the eating behavior, and be conscientious to the eating mindsets of these patients to plan and supervise a nutritional methodology appropriately.
Weight Management Anorexia Nervosa

Weight Management in Anorexia Nervosa

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Written by Maira Ahsan
Anorexia Nervosa is commonly known as Anorexia. It is a type of eating disorder in which weight loss occurs due to inappropriate diet, the anxiety of weight gain, and longing to become thin. In this type of disorder, Anorexic patients attempt to lose weight in different harmful ways. People with Anorexia desire to become thin and they limit their calories to the point of starvation. Anorexia nervosa disorder may affect people of different ages and genders. We discuss some facts about anorexia in this article.
Healthy Boost Immunity

Healthy Ways to Boost your Immunity in Corona Virus Pandemic

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Written by Maira Ahsan

How has Covid-19 changed our life? 

The COVID-19 pandemic has completely changed our lives’ pattern, from our work to our learning to our social lives. COVID-19 has allowed millions of people to self-isolate, practice social distancing and stay at home.

During these quarantine days, people are adjusting their working routine from home. It is perplexing for everyone to spend all their time at home, especially when surrounded by family members and their monotonous schedules. Mainly if you are pleasant who usually have a busy social calendar, it may be harmful to your mental health and well-being.

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