It’s known as the phase in which women experience the definitive end of menstruation, it’s a process that cannot be stopped, and each of us must adapt naturally to the internal changes taking place in our organism.
Putting off the tasks we find most unpleasant is only natural. But it can lead to behavioural disorders, and become a habit that takes over the most important aspects of our lives.
Some people manage to overcome difficulties and come out stronger on the other side. Others do not manage to recover. Human responses to critical moments in life vary depending on our capacity to consider change as an opportunity to better oneself.
Around 8.8 million people die of cancer each year, with most of these deaths occurring in low and middle-income countries. In light of these figures, healthcare authorities around the world are actively seeking to combat a disease that can affect people of any sex or age. Ana Laura Arbesú […]
Worker, housewife, wife, mother… The roles that women undertake nowadays are numerous. And on top of these another, associated with the unstoppable ageing population, has now been added: carer.