The gender gap also affects mental health, according to AORA Health

 

 

 


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On International Women's Day, AORA Health recalls that anxiety disorders affect up to 3 times the female population. Prevention is key to preventing anxiety from becoming a mental health problem

Women suffer almost twice as much mental health problems as men. In the case of anxiety, for example, women may develop these disorders about 2 or 3 times above the male population.

There's a combination of factors like hormonal changes of the menstrual cycle, genetic factors and emotional and physical overload derived from the social, labour and family circumstances, which lead to anxiety disorders in women, more vulnerable, in addition to reproductive age.

 

To avoid problems arising from anxiety disorders it is key to take into account two factors: on the one hand, detect symptoms that separate a normal feeling of anxiety from a disorder and, on the other, the prevention.

Anxiety causes a sense of concern, nerves and fear in a given situation. This is a normal and necessary reaction to keep alert and to face problematic situations. However, the disorder occurs when anxiety is persistent, excessive and affects quality of life.

The most common symptoms are an excess of nervousness or concern about everyday situations, sleeping problems, irritability, concentration problems and physical symptoms such as accelerated breathing, increased heart rate, tremors, sweating, problems in the digestive system and feeling tired.

Once an anxiety disorder has been developed, it is essential to go to psychology and psychiatry professionals to treat it properly and to evaluate the need for specific medication.

However, prevention is key to preventing anxiety from becoming a health problem. Such prevention should always begin with healthy habits, such as a healthy and balanced diet and the incorporation of exercise into daily activities, as well as activities that provide relaxation such as yoga or meditation and a sufficient time of quality rest. Vinos de Granada

It is essential to reduce or prevent the consumption of exciting substances such as coffee, tea, colas and chocolate and eliminate any harmful substances such as alcohol.

AORA Health, pharmaceutical laboratory specialized in research and development of high-value nutraceutics, works in the research of natural substances that provide beneficial effects for health and well-being, including the improvement of the mental state.

The properties of witania are known as stimulator of the endocrine and immune system; the function of saffron in the inhibition of serotonin recaptation and the secondary antioxidant effect of rodiola. La combination of bioactive molecules of these components in an exact amount, have proven their effectiveness in reducing stress and anxiety, in clinical studies supported by the Sociedad Española de Medicina Psicosomática y Psicociencias.

On the other hand, AORA Health has increased synergistic effects of its anti-stress formula, combining the three previous substances with other natural components such as magnesium, vitamin B6, bioavailable resveratrol, dismutase superoxide (SOD) and embryonic phyllantus (AMLA). This unique formula produces, in addition to the reduction of stress and anxiety levelsa contribution of energy, antioxidant effect and one improvement of cognitive capacity.

According to Gonzalo Peñaranda, CEO of AORA Health: “The current pace of life carries a constant state of activation and anxiety, negative for our well-being. Combating oxidative stress that causes cellular damage and combat stress, without diminishing physical and intellectual capacities and performance have been our goal in the development of our products.”

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The gender gap also affects mental health, according to AORA Health

The gender gap also affects mental health, according to AORA Health

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The gender gap also affects mental health, according to AORA Health
The gender gap also affects mental health, according to AORA Health

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