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Rushing Woman's Syndrome is not a 'real', diagnosable condition, but the ideas behind it are very real for too many of us. Rushing Woman's Syndrome has evolved out of my observation of a shift in women's health and behaviour over the past 16 years. Rushing Woman's Syndrome. The Impact of a Never-Ending To-Do List and How to Stay Healthy in Today's Busy World. by Dr Libby Weaver.
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Forget Rushing Woman's Syndrome: does your other half have Rushing Man's Syndrome?
Lisa Curry-Kenny promoting the Fernwood women's gym chain in Gary Medlicott Advertisement But. In the hastiness to call out hidden agendas and woo woo cures, an important point was lost.
In between the extreme black and white of clinical depression or hormone imbalance is the nebulous middle ground: Rushing Women's Syndrome is a term used to describe the cascade of hormonal changes that happens when we feel stressed for extended periods.
It can manifest in anything from unexplained weight gain to fatigue to mood swings. Critics however said it was a "marketing term", that the definition was vague and the advice to address lifestyle issues was at best simplistic and at worst dangerous.
The advice to "love yourself", reduce coffee or alcohol, and exercise, Dr Ginni Mansberg said, was "at rushing woman s syndrome a lethal issue" for those who were seriously depressed.
Rushing Woman's Syndrome
Dr Libby Weaver, who coined the term Rushing Woman's Syndrome, attempted to explain the biochemical knock-on effects from stress and lifestyle in her book of the same name.
The problem many scientists - or any specialist in any area,for that matter - face is their ability to explain complicated concepts in an accessible way. The book initially evolved rushing woman s syndrome of my observation of a shift in women's health and behaviour in my practice over the previous 16 years.
Having done a PhD in Biochemistry I wanted to further understand and explain what was behind this. Never before in my work had I witnessed so many females in a rush to do everything and be all things to all people.
Rushing Woman's Syndrome: top tips for sufferers.
Never before had I seen the extent of reproductive system and sex hormone challenges that I was seeing. Many of them tired too. And this relentless urgency, rushing woman s syndrome perception that there was not enough time, combined with a to-do list that was never all crossed off is having such significant health consequences for women I had to write about it.
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- Rushing Woman's Syndrome
Not that long ago in human history women were given the opportunity to do what had traditionally been their father's jobs, while maintaining what were traditionally their mother's responsibilities and what has unfolded for too many women is rushing woman s syndrome frantic double shift, of work day and night, with very little if any rest.
Research shows that if a woman and man both work full time and have one child, she does twice the amount of housework and three times the amount of childcare he does.
Rushing Woman's Syndrome: what is it and are you a sufferer?
So essentially, she has three jobs and he has one. It is time for the dawning of new era for women, which means it has to be for our men as well.
The perceived need to rush, whether a woman displays it on the outside or keeps it under wraps, is changing the face of women's health as we know it in a detrimental way; from PMS to IBS, from losing our tempers to feeling like we can't cope.
Never before in my work have I witnessed so many females in a mad rush to do everything and be all things to all people. Never before have I rushing woman s syndrome the extent of reproductive system and sex hormone challenges that I now see.
Many of them are tired too. And this relentless urgency, this perception rushing woman s syndrome there is not enough time, combined with a to-do list that is never all crossed off is having such significant health consequences for women I had to write about it.