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Women’s Health Care!

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There is a lot that women want to achieve in a span of 24 hours . In today’s time and age, typically, a woman juggles her professional and personal life with tremendous elan. She runs around from pillar to post , makes sure life is perfect for everyone around her and yet she forgets to take care of her own self .  Eventually, the exertion and exhaustion takes over. So today we talk about women’s health care. A healthy family starts with the lady of the house being fit and healthy. Women and men share many similar health problems, but women also have their own health issues, which deserve special consideration.
There is credible information available to women not only on problems as eating
Disorders, stress, alcoholism, addictions, and depression, but also on basic topics such as good nutrition, heart health, and exercise. For example, it is beneficial that a woman maintains her optimum weight. If a woman’s waist size measures more than 35 inches (89 cm), she is more likely to develop heart disease, high blood pressure, and diabetes.Eating sensible meals, eliminating after- dinner snacks, and making physical activity a part of daily life are significant ways to help control weight and lower the risk of a long list of health problems.  We, at TEC, strongly support a healthy routine which can be as basic as walking around your office by ditching the lift and taking the stairs or walking up to a colleague rather than pinging one. The ask is to take an initiative and continue it.
In reality women are at a higher health risk than men. According to the statistical data by Mayo Clinic, heart disease is the single biggest killer of adult women, greater than all cancers combined. Stroke is third on the list, which again is related to hypertension and blockages in blood vessels.
A stressful and fast paced life brings women into the same risk category of men. In older women the onset of Menopause and decrease in Estrogen level  increases the risk of heart disease.  Besides these, women are also at a risk of breast and ovarian cancer.This woman’s day ,when the world thanks you for being the most wonderful ‘you’, TEC insists that you get a chance to thank your own body. There are people who look up to you, who seek your support and who need you more than anyone else in the world. Make sure that you are there for them and most importantly make sure that you are there for your self. No Independence like self dependence!“There’s the old saying that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”.

This women’s Day, we request each Women to Pause, Ponder and Pledge to get themselves checked. Healthbee is offering a flat 33% discount on Woman’s Special Packages.
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Healthbee is India’s online Healthcare marketplace specifically focusing on Creating Awareness about Preventive Healthcare and also provide an ease to access and buy preventive Healthcare packages across Medicines (Allopathy, Homeo & Ayurveda).
Healthbee’s associations and partnerships with Leading Hospitals, Diagnostic Centers and Ayurveda Centers ranges from (Apollo Hospitals, Sakra World Hospital, Columbia Asia Hospital, SRL Diagnostics, Focus Diagnostics, ISHA Diagnostics, Mallya Audikesh (Medinova), Elbit Diagnostics and Ayushman Ayurveda). Healthbee’s users can now avail health package across 20 reputed Hospitals and Diagnostics centers in Bangalore.

We are Glad to offer a special discount to all the TEC Readers Flat 33% discount and additional Rs. 100/- (use coupon code HBTEC100) on Women’s Special Packages and also we would be happy to extend the offer till end of this month!!
Grab this opportunity now!
After all, you cannot look great even with best of makeup unless you are not healthy from within!
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