Life is More Dreadful for Women in Their 30s

by VR Sreeraman on September 30, 2007 at 2:09 PM
Life is More Dreadful for Women in Their 30s

If there is one decade in their lives that women really dread, it would be their 30s, for that's when the demands of a career, motherhood and running a home is in full force.

And, the pressure is taking such a toll on the fairer sex, that most women believe this is their "hardest decade", a study has found.


According to the research, their 30s is the time when most women admit to feeling stressed, missing sleep and skipping meals.

"When 30-something women say they are 'tired and stressed out of their minds', they probably are," the Daily Mail quoted chief researcher Marina Crook, as saying.

"Tiredness and stress are the ailments of our age and combined with a poor diet they cause low immunity and ill health."

The researchers also found that this exhaustion doesn't let up when women reach their 40s, especially for those who have delayed motherhood.

According to the study by Top Sante magazine, the pressure is taking a toll on women's health.

About 85 per cent of those polled said they "frequently feel tired".

Source: ANI
Font : A-A+



Latest Women Health News

AI Tool Precisely Detects Postpartum Hemorrhage
An AI tool called Flan-T5 identified postpartum hemorrhage with 95% precision and detected 47% patients with the condition.
Active Scrutiny of Cervical Lesions Fuels Long-Term Cervical Cancer Risk
Active surveillance of cervical lesions was associated with higher cervical cancer risk in the long term compared to its removal.
Contraceptive Pills To Go Over-the-Counter Sale in Japan
Japan initiated the trial of selling morning-after contraceptive tablets over-the-counter in an effort to lower abortion rates and solace for rape victims.
Urinary Tract Infections Surge in Indian Women Due to Ignorance
The rising number of urinary tract infections (UTIs) among Indian women can be attributed primarily to social stigma and a lack of awareness.
Auto-Immune Disease of Pregnancy Linked to Fetal Heart Disorders
Pregnant women with Sjogren's or lupus syndrome have elevated anti-Ro/SSA antibodies which are linked to fetal atrioventricular block in the heart.
View All
This site uses cookies to deliver our services.By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy, Privacy Policy, and our Terms of Use  Ok, Got it. Close

Life is More Dreadful for Women in Their 30s Personalised Printable Document (PDF)

Please complete this form and we'll send you a personalised information that is requested

You may use this for your own reference or forward it to your friends.

Please use the information prudently. If you are not a medical doctor please remember to consult your healthcare provider as this information is not a substitute for professional advice.

Name *

Email Address *

Country *

Areas of Interests