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Those are tips that can help you to predict health issues and risks of diseases. By that, you can find better ways to protect your health.

The followings are diseases or health issues that are genetic and can be transmitted from mothers.

1.    Menopause

You can take information from your mother’s premenopause and menopause and apply it on your situation.

You can take information from your mother’s premenopause and menopause and apply it on your situation.

The age of menopause has 85% due to genetic factors. Most of women have menopause when they reach 39-51 years old. It takes them 5 years to have they period disappeared completely (the time they officially have menopause).

According to general principles, one’s premenopause and menopause can be similar to their mother except that they are affected by outside impacts like smoking, drinking alcohol and immoderate eating….

You can take information from your mother’s premenopause and menopause and apply it on your situation like whether your menopause symptoms will be hard or whether you will have hot flashes, moody issues….  

Besides, elements like weight, eating methods, exercises and stresses… can also affect you premenopause and menopause.

2.    The risk of breast cancers

If you mother have breast cancer, you are twice as high risk as people who don’t.

If you mother have breast cancer, you are twice as high risk as people who don’t.

It’s not naturally that every time you see doctors for breast check, they ask you about whether there’re breast cancer patients in your family. In fact, 5-10% of breast cancer cases are genetic; if you mother have breast cancer, you are twice as high risk as people who don’t.

Still, about genetic factors, breast cancer genes like BRCA1 or BRCA2 can increase the risk of breast cancer up to 60%.

A part from the genetic factors, environ effects like contacting with chemicals and habits of drinking alcohol, smoking… can also increase the risk of breast cancer.

By looking into your mother history of breast cancer, you’ll know whether you’ll have the risk of breast cancer or not. If you do, you’ll know how high the risk will be…. According to that, you can have timely checkups and preventions.

3.    The risk of osteoporosis

Bone structures are much affected by genetic factors have considerable correlations about the size, thickness and density.

Bone structures are much affected by genetic factors have considerable correlations about the size, thickness and density.

If your mother is diagnosed to have osteoporosis, bone break or simply just thin bones, small bones…, you should take more care of your bone health. Bone structures are much affected by genetic factors have considerable correlations about the size, thickness and density.

Your mother’s level of osteoporosis can show you your bone’s size, density and your risk of osteoporosis. But you also have to protect your bones from environment elements, lifestyles and diseases you have.

Moreover, drinking lots of alcohol, smoking much of tobacco, innutritious diets… can weaken your bones. To have strong bones, you should have regular exercises, maintain balance weight and provide yourself with calcium, magnesium and vitamin….

4.    Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is a self-immune disease and has strong hereditary effects.

Rheumatoid arthritis is a self-immune disease and has strong hereditary effects.

Rheumatoid arthritis is a self-immune disease and has strong hereditary effects. If your mother has arthritis, your risk of the disease is 50% higher than usual. Arthritis is the most popular inflammation. In joints, protecting cartilages often have degenerations, because they often have frictions when they move.

You should also know about the fact that except genetic facts, there’re other elements that can play parts in increasing the risk of arthritis, such as overweight (the excess weight will put more pressure on joints), injuries, stress, smoking, eating red meat, absorbing a great deal of caffeine….

When knowing your risk of arthritis, you should have protections as soon as possible.    

 

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