Women's Health

Women’s health is a broad and multifaceted topic that affects the physical, emotional and social health of women. It encompasses a variety of aspects, including reproductive health, sexual health, mental health, nutrition, physical fitness and disease prevention. From puberty to menopause, women experience different health phases that require careful attention.

Below you will see topics related to women’s health.

  • Endometriosis

    Endometriosis is a common disease in women and refers to a proliferation of the uterine lining tissue in the surrounding tissue.

  • PMS – Premenstrual Syndrome

    PMS is the abbreviation for premenstrual syndrome. It refers to a hormonal imbalance before and during menstruation.

  • Hot Flashes

    Women going through the menopause often experience hot flushes, with sweating and heart palpitations.

  • Sleep Disorders during Menopause

    Women going through menopause often experience sleep disorders. Sleep can be optimised again with natural measures.

Aspects of Women's Health

Women’s specific health issues such as hormonal imbalances, polycystic ovaries (PCO), endometriosis, fibroids, breast cancer and osteoporosis are often due to changing hormonal balance. Holistic healthcare, including regular check-ups and healthy lifestyle habits, is crucial for the prevention and treatment of these conditions.

Mental health is another important area of women’s health that is often underestimated. Women are at higher risk of mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, eating disorders and postpartum depression (postpartum depression after childbirth). It is important that women have access to appropriate support and treatment to promote and maintain their mental health.

Prevention of illness is a key aspect of women’s health. Regular check-ups, including mammography, pap smears and bone densitometry, as well as screening for cervical cancer, are important measures to detect and treat disease early.

Women’s health is increasingly supported by a holistic approach that takes various aspects of health into account. This includes not only gynecological health, but also strengthening the immune system through a healthy diet, sufficient exercise and stress management. In addition, gut rehabilitation is becoming increasingly important, as a healthy gut with balanced intestinal flora not only aids digestion, but also strengthens the immune system and reduces inflammation in the body. These holistic approaches aim to improve women’s wellbeing and promote long-term health outcomes.