Health and Hygiene for Women at Workplaces
Hustling through life’s challenges, a woman wears different hats fitting into versatile roles. While constantly juggling between “the family life” and the “professional world”, it’s necessary to be conscious about certain health and hygiene practices. From puberty to pregnancy then old age, a women undergoes numerous changes bodily. While these changes occur, health and hygiene habits becomes a very prominent part in day to day life. A good lifestyle consists of a nutritious diet, exercise routine and a neat and clean body and environment.
A large population of working women come across this issue – absence of proper sanitary facilities, lack of privacy, poor awareness, lack of guidance and more. Typically women are threatened by lack of clean, dry toilets and the larger issue of insufficient facilities for & awareness of menstrual hygiene. Compromised hygiene can result in ulcers, UTI, fungal and bacterial infections, cervical cancer and more.
Following some basic habits can go a long way for women to maintain good health in the workplace –