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Women must have known that staying up late is one of the reasons of health failure, effects on biological mechanism as well as on reproductive health.

Whatever the aim is, staying up late regularly can cause hormone disorders. Hormone disorders are the main reasons of gynecological diseases. Many women might know about it but not very sure about the specific diseases that they can have when staying up late.

Whatever the aim is, staying up late regularly can cause hormone disorders.

Whatever the aim is, staying up late regularly can cause hormone disorders.

The followings are the 4 most popular gynecological diseases to women who stay up late regularly.

Inflammations

Popular inflammations are vaginitis, cervicitis and pelvic inflammation. Gynecological inflammation is due to the imbalance of vagina environment. In the case, harmful bacteria will be produced more, kill good bacteria and cause diseases.

Staying up late make our body to be in the state of tiredness, resistance and immunity decrease all the time. That’s why harmful bacteria can enter the body and increase rapidly. There’s the same situation happening in the vagina as the bad bacteria strongly develop, kill good bacteria and imbalance the vagina environment.

Genital inflammations are recurrent, so keeping the vagina clean and away from harmful elements are the simplest ways to prevent inflammation.

Irregular period

Staying up late too many times can make your nervous system stressed, which leads to oestrogen disorders. This is the main reason causing irregular period.

Irregular period includes late and lost menstruation, changes of the amount, color and smell of the blood, changes in period days, menorrhagia…. Menstrual disorders can happen in the age of menstrual beginning and menopause. But if young women have hormone disorders, they can also face with the situation.

Some other diseases can cause menstrual disorders, such as: thyroid disorders, sexual-transmitted diseases, fibroma, endometriosis….

Irregular menstruation is the main reason affecting successful conceptions in women. Therefore, women should avoid staying up late continuingly in a long time to maintain good reproductive health.

Cervical fibroma    

Staying up late is one of things affecting the body’s biological clock.

Staying up late is one of things affecting the body’s biological clock.

Staying up late is one of things affecting the body’s biological clock; it destroy hormone metabolism, which is the main reason of cervical fibroma. One of the signs of cervical fibroma is that menstrual changes, vaginal fluid discharge increase, waist pains, pressure in bladder.

If you have more than 2 signs like irregular menstruation, great white blood discharge, waist pain, small hard objects in the bottom area of the abdomen, having the feeling of urination all the time, you have to see a doctor as soon as possible. That’s because those are obvious signs of cervical fibroma.

Cervical fibroma can be completely treated but, if there’s no timely treatment, it can lead to cervical cancer and become the matter of life.

Breast gland diseases

According to the Danish Cancer Society said that women who often worked late had to spend much time contacting with light.  This is the reason of the destructions of a hormone which is able to moderate tumor developments. Therefore, those women have more chance of breast diseases than others.

Recurrent breast self-checks can also help diagnose changes of the breast soon.

Recurrent breast self-checks can also help diagnose changes of the breast soon.

Breast diseases that can be caused by staying up late include mammary gland hyperplasia, breast fibroma, fluid discharge in nipples and breast cancer…. To prevent breast diseases, women had better go to sleep early, have full sleep and avoid staying up late.  

Besides, recurrent breast self-check can also help diagnose changes of the breast soon. Women should choose a certain time in month to do the breast check; it’d be better done few days after the period because at the moment of time, the breast is at softest state and easy to palpation in order to find out the abnormalities.

Women can stand in front of the mirror and observe the symmetry of nipples, the abnormalities of them and look for the usual convex and concave on the breast. After that, lying on the bed and using both hands to look for blockage or hard objects in the breast.

To protect the reproductive health and prevent gynecological diseases, women should stop staying up late and make themselves used to having a checkup every 6 months.      

 

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