It's Time To Make Gynecologic Exams More Comfortable
For many women, the vaginal speculum is the most invasive, uncomfortable, and feared part of the gynecological check-up. What is the story behind this instrument, and why is it essential to redesign?
Suicides: The Real Pandemic?
According to WHO, in 2015, suicides would have increased by 60% over the last 45 years, which means one suicide every 40 seconds.
Grounding: A Life-Changing Practice With Great Health Benefits
What if we could recharge our batteries, literally charging our body with energy from the Earth? In reality, we only need to get rid of our shoes to enjoy the endless health benefits that touching the ground with our feet can bring.
Spain Aims To Protect Reproductive Health Rights
Spain is set to become the first western nation to propose three days of menstrual health leave. The country would be following Japan, South Korea, and Indonesia. Also, there's a proposal to end the tax on menstrual products.
Contraceptive Methods: A Shared Responsibility?
Sexual and reproductive health is a human right to which all people should have access. However, is it the women's or the men's responsibility to use contraceptive methods?
Amethyst Project: Music Therapy for the Elderly
Meet in The Woman Post the great Amethyst Project, an alternative for the elderly that helps in treatments and their well-being.
The Myth of Using the Morning After Pill
Oh, God! Will I have gotten pregnant? This is the question millions of women ask themselves hours after having unprotected sex. The possibility of an unwanted conception terrifies them.
Angeline Moncayo: Her Journey With ASIA Syndrome
Colombian actress and model Angeline Moncayo, who Telemundo awarded the supporting actress prize, decided to remove her breast implants after suffering from the autoimmune/inflammatory syndrome induced by adjuvants (ASIA).
SmartWater for Cases of Domestic Violence
Initially, this substance has been used to protect valuable items since it remains impregnated in the thief's clothing and body for six weeks and facilitates its identification. It is now used in a KIT to protect women in the United Kingdom.
Top 3 Health Specialists a Woman Should See
Women should have medical check-ups from adolescence. That is why The Woman Post invites you to know the options of specialists that you should regularly visit for an annual check-up of your health.
Can You Get Toxic Shock Syndrome From Wearing Tampons?
Tampons, especially super-absorbent varieties, can increase the risk of toxic shock syndrome (TSS), a rare but potentially deadly disease that affects menstruating women.
Medical Gaslighting in Women: What Is the Problem?
Many situations generate injustice towards women, such as medical gaslighting. We'll tell you what it is.
Forget About Work Insomnia
Those who have demanding jobs often struggle to reduce stress, disconnect and have a good night’s sleep.
The Secret to Aging Well
Healthy aging goes beyond physical appearance. It's about having a positive view of aging and taking every chance to take care of your mental, physical, emotional, and psychological health.
Letter to a Bipolar
In March 2012, when I was celebrating my 15th birthday with a beautiful party, and just before it ended, I made a toast, thanking all the guests for loving me despite my bipolarity.
Resilience: Quality, Virtue, or Ability?
In the 21st century, the events for humanity at a global level have represented multiple and strong challenges. What has been and will be the key to overcoming them?
Journaling Gives Many Benefits to Your Mind and Soul
Journaling awakens intuition and allows you to work on your self-growth. This form of self-expression will also help you express your feelings, improve your mental health, and boost self-discovery.
Women Who Tell a Story of Overcoming and Bravery Against Cancer
Meet the women who want to tell their story with a lot of feeling, women warriors who fight for their lives against cancer, women who live with the anguish of not being able to overcome it, but in the same way, they do it with gallantry.
Pleasure and Happiness, Synonyms or Antonyms?
When I was diagnosed with depression back in 2016, I started a long trip to understand the brain, how it worked, and why mine functioned differently from the other ones.
Working Women's Mental Health
When I had a panic attack working as a call center agent, I thought that was the end for me in the company.
How To Know if You Suffer From Chronopathy?
If you have the constant desire to be busy, work late at night, or take the computer with you on the weekend for a walk, you must be alert. These may be indicators that you suffer from Chronopathy.
The Best Self-Care Habits That Were Strengthened During the Pandemic
Several studies indicate that self-care habits improved considerably when the pandemic began. The Woman Post invites you to learn about these routines so that you can put them into practice.
Bad Sleeping Habits Will Affect Your Health
Do you stay up late even when you know you should probably go to bed? Then, you may be dealing with Revenge Bedtime Procrastination.
How To Live To Achieve Longevity?
Studies of neuroscience and spirituality have found that what gives sense to our lives, in truth, is what makes us feel fulfilled because we feel happy. Here are some habits linked to a long life.
Tips To Help You Overcome Anxiety in Difficult Times
Anxiety is a very recurrent problem in humanity. However, did you know that you can do things to overcome it? We will tell you all the details.
Relieve Fatigue and Tiredness at a Click
Ten TED talks that for a few minutes let the imagination run wild amid ideas and positive thoughts, necessary for all those who at some point have said: Ugh, I must be tired.
Do You Know the Secrets and Keys to Achieve Happiness?
Happiness flows from the satisfaction generated by doing things well, with the best attitude to do them as well as possible, and deciding to enjoy fully everything we are, have, and can do.
It Is Better To Have Psychological Help on Time
Starting treatment can bring you multiple benefits! Here we tell you all about it in detail.
Reaching Your Goals Doesn't Mean You're Hard on Yourself
Although we live in a society where expectations can be overwhelming, it's essential to pause to listen to our feelings and recover our energy throughout the day.
The Connections in Your Body To Make Decisions
When we reflect on how decisions are made in our lives, the first thing that comes to mind is the brain, and it turns out that the brain depends on other organs in our body to achieve it.
How Does the Power of the Mind Affect Our Physical Well-Being?
The human mind is capable of creating various types of diseases that do not exist; they are only in our minds. But, don't worry! The Woman Post invites you to identify them and recommends some tips to learn how to control them.
Women Scientists That Revolutionized Female Sexuality
The following female scientists helped thousands of women challenge the social norms around gender and sexuality, understand their bodies better, and get to know themselves better.
Emotionally Drained? Fall in Love With Yourself
The number one reason people stay in bad relationships is the fear of being alone. However, working on your self-esteem and recognizing your value will help you realize that sometimes the best companion is yourself.
Does My Shampoo Contain Toxic Chemicals?
Some of us tend to buy shampoos and conditioners based on our hair characteristics. But is this enough to make an informed decision?
Holidays Are Ideal for a Digital Detox!
People associate the word vacation with rest, relaxation, and rejuvenation. But the latest way to escape is by doing a total digital detox, which can be very beneficial for you and your kids.
Practicing Open-Monitoring Meditation to Make Fewer Mistakes
Do you often find that you forget things or make silly mistakes? A recent study from Michigan State University found that meditation can alter brain activity in ways that make you less error-prone.
Post-Workout Foods: What To Eat and What To Avoid
Working out will help you to stay fit and healthy. However, your diet will play a significant role in your performance and results.
Practice These 7 Ways To Rest and Relax
The reward for hard work shouldn't only be tied to a financial outcome. Resting is also crucial to find peace, ease and refresh our minds after a long day.
Let's Get Rid of Bad Eating Habits
Some families felt that having extra time at home led to a considerable increase in unhealthy snacks caused by the lockdown. In addition, they generated the storage and uncontrollable purchases of censer products by panic due to uncertainty.
Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated and Not Vaccinated Travelers
Although each country has its own entry and exit requirements, fully vaccinated people are more likely to travel without any inconvenience. Here are some guidelines you should consider while preparing for your trip.
Fortunately, They Exist To Guide Us in Raising Children!
A good pediatrician is patient and cares about being constantly updated. They provide individual attention to each child without any of their patients feeling like one more.
How To Act To Prevent and Control Anxiety
It is a fact that anxiety has increased significantly since the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic. People are suffering from high levels of stress, partly caused by the uncertainty of workplaces.
Women Period Could Be Affected As of COVID Vaccination
In the UK, 30.000 women have reported a change in their periods after getting vaccinated. However, researchers are still not sure if there's a link between changes in the menstrual cycle and COVID-19 vaccination.
Could Fruit Fly Research Results Increase Survival for Cancer Patients?
Scientists from the University of California, Berkeley have followed fruit flies with tumors to find out if something besides the critical damage to organs, can cause the death of patients.
Pop It, the Toy That Help You!
Pop It toys have been everywhere lately. Popping the tiny bubbles is satisfying and calming, which makes it a great stress reliever.
What Are the Considerations To Authorize a Death With Dignity?
Exercising the right to a dignified death is not easy, especially when only seven countries have legalized euthanasia.
Controlling Our Emotions
Emotional health is fundamental in people's lives and more so in the context in which we live.
The Key to Wellness and Longevity
Positive emotional expressions, such as smiling and optimism are the closest evidence to longevity.
Why Are Women at Risk of Heart Disease?
Learn in The Woman Post the keys to predict cardiovascular diseases in the new generations.
Myths and Realities: The Lifestyle of Vegetarianism
Learn about the beliefs that have formed after the apex of the veggie movement.