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Covid-19 pandemic affecting women’s reproductive health

Covid-19, afectaciones, salud, reproductiva, mujeres

Covid-19 pandemic affecting women’s reproductive health

London, Nov 13 (Prensa Latina) A group of researchers revealed that the psychological burden of Covid-19 pandemic impacted 56% of participants -with significant changes to women´s reproductive health, the UK Endocrinology Society reported.
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The study, surveying over 1,300 women in April 2021, found that the Covid-19 pandemic-related stress and sleep disturbance impacts menstrual cycles.

Proving how mental health has been impacted by significant changes to our daily lifestyle, eating and exercise habits, the study reveals how stress affects hormone levels, as well as causing sleep and body weight disturbances.

“Stress hormones can directly inhibit the release of sex hormones, while sleep disturbances are closely linked to infertility and increased belly fat is also associated with menstrual dysfunction,” according to the source.


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