In this insightful world, where everyone is focussed towards work and is under tremendous pressure of his own expectations, it is very important that we keep ourselves healthy for an efficient- working life. In that case, we must incline our self towards the word “exercise”. The exercise aims at developing physical health and fitness, enhancing the quality of the cardiovascular system and promoting the better quality of mind, etc. As far as the periods are concerned, it is very important for a female to exercise.
Generally, it happens that one in three women experience their voice change during periods(or menstrual cycle), as a whole. In a month, a female’s voice is affected for seven days, which is nearly 25% of the month. So, the women, who are in the profession of delivering speeches, singing, anchoring, and voice over, etc., will surely face difficulty in performing well, during their periods.
Smoking is the act of breathing in or breathing out the smoke of tobacco or drug. We often get aggressive when anyone stops us to smoke, but in reality, it causes harm which is untreatable at all costs. Yes, smoking affects the eggs of a female and creates a problem in inducing pregnancy. Cigarette smoke contains nicotine, cyanide, carbon-monoxide and over carcinogens, and these toxin reactive species intend to damage the fragile eggs in the women body and can eventually lead to the state of ‘miscarriage’, if the egg is fertilized by the sperm, and can lower the chance of pregnancy.
Salt is known for many health benefits, like maintaining blood pressure, making us stay hydrated, protecting vascular health and promoting better sleep, but too much of salt can cause a lot of problem in your body while having periods. A lot of salt causes high blood pressure. The process suggests that kidneys are responsible for the regulation of blood pressure by removing excess of water out from the body,but when we eat a lot of salt content, then it means that we are putting trunks of sodium in our body, and more sodium in blood enforces the water to stay in human body, under the name of retention.