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Let’s Change the Way We Look at Women’s Health Issues This World Health Day

Let’s Change the Way We Look at Women’s Health Issues This World Health Day

The World Health Organization (WHO), time and again, has stressed the rationale of maintaining good health and its need in today’s world. For this purpose, a theme is chosen for the World Health Day celebrated the world over on April 7th every year.

This year’s theme is ‘Building a fairer, healthier world.’  With the onset of a global pandemic in 2020, the world has learned its lesson. They know about the criticality of being in the best of health at all times irrespective of age, gender, community, and living conditions.

Today, more than ever, all of us need to address the inequality amidst the masses globally. There is a stark difference in access to good health conditions amidst different communities.

Gender Inequality Prevalent in Our Society

One of the glaring inequalities in our society is women’s health issues. The gender disparity is loud and clear in terms of access and provision of healthcare. Even though women want to lead a holistic lifestyle, their health usually gets ignored. They tend first to be victims of inequality and then the illnesses caused due to it.

Take a health pledge to focus on your health and well-being. As a woman, you’re more vulnerable and exposed to health problems caused due to lack of cleanliness and sanitation measures in the country.

Let’s take a Pledge to Talk About Safe Sex Openly

Women face the harsh impacts of a disease-ridden society because of the lack of knowledge and awareness of the treatment options. Sexually transmitted diseases are still considered taboo in Indian society. People don’t have open discussions, and many women have fallen prey to it more than once.

The importance of safe sex comes with basic knowledge of sex and maintaining sexual health in women. The use of condoms for both men and women is much-needed to avoid the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases.

Unwanted Pregnancies – A Health Risk

Unintended pregnancy is a prevalent health problem, especially for women in India. According to WHO, unwanted pregnancy puts the health of both mother and child at risk.

Unwanted 21 Days, Regular Oral Contraceptive Tablet is an initiative to solve this problem by giving the charge (about pregnancy) to the women rather than the men. Women must educate themselves about safe sex and use contraception methods to steer away from unwanted and untimely pregnancies.

Let’s Bring Gender Equality in Healthcare

Women have made significant progress, and they deserve to be looked after just as much as men and children. The underprivileged women suffer the most, and the Indian government needs to enforce measures like free health clinics and check-ups to ensure their well-being. The importance of world health day cannot be stressed enough and needs to be a turning point in the conditions of healthcare in the country.

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