Why is endocrine normal so important for women’s health? Let’s first take a look at what endocrine is. Endocrine is the regulator of human physiological function, it plays a role in human body by secreting hormone. For example, when bacteria enter the body, thymosin will automatically increase secretion to fight germs; women’s menstrual periods also increase progesterone, while estrogen decreases correspondingly. But if for some reasons, endocrine hormone secretion caused by excessive or too little, metabolic dysfunction, will cause endocrine disorders, endocrine disorders. These diseases not only harm the beauty of women, but also harm women’s physical and mental health.
We may not be unfamiliar with endocrine disorders. A recent medical examination, the doctor told you breast lumps; originally beautiful face is being acne and spots emerge in an endless stream harassment; monthly old friends can not touch the law, only to remember the dysmenorrhea brought impressive pain…… Have these symptoms been noticed by you?
Endocrine disorders threaten women’s health
After the age of 25, the physical condition began to decline. Many problems that have not been encountered before, such as facial chloasma, breast lumps and uterine fibroids, have all appeared in succession. According to the statistics, the prevalence rate of facial melasma, freckles and young and middle-aged women is 28.2%. Among them, 27.5% to 31% of patients suffer from uterine fibroids, breast lumps, ovarian cysts or gynecological diseases. In women over the age of 30, the prevalence of breast lumps is as high as 38.8% to 49.3%, and breast lumps can be converted into breast cancer. And the morbidity of uterine fibroids is as high as 20%, women may have to remove part or the entire uterus, infertility, and even into cancer. In a recent survey, the disorder caused by endocrine disorders is developing toward a younger age, and teenage girls have become targets of endocrine disorders.