Chiou et al. (1994) found that the most common diagnosis given to nurses was ‘‘muscular strain’’. Lumbar herniation and mechanical back pain develop as a result of poor body mechanics and damage to the body structures. A. Karahan (2004) found that nurses did not use body mechanics correctly while making some movements. In particular, sitting, lifting, extending, and moving the patient to the side of the bed were not done correctlyby the nurses.
Background Information Abuse in relationships is often overlooked and put on the back burner. It is now to the point where women are now afraid or do not try to seek help because they feel they will be ignored. Being abused, especially in a relationship, changes a woman’s mental state. They begin to think that it is normal. They change the way they act because they think that they cause the outburst of their partner.
Women who choose to work are persistently discouraged. Typically in lower middle class and lower class families, it is assumed that if the women of the house step outside they will become a reason for the whole family’s dishonor. This typical mindset has killed the dreams of countless young girls. The sibling discrimination of sons vs. daughters is further exacerbated when women are freely discriminated against in the commercial
In “The Yellow Wallpaper” the narrator obviously is suffering from an illness known as nervous depression. The constant blockage from society was detrimental to her health and supplied her with physiological problems as well. For her to go from completely fine to saying the color of the wallpaper “...slaps you in the face, knocks you down, and tramples upon you” can only be blamed on mental problems. The quest for both ladies to gain their freedom was given up on as both husbands in the story weren’t going to allow this. Mental ailments proved to be remotely different from the physical problems the women were
But because of the low literacy rate, many parents were not aware of this, so they are great risks of formula mixed with dirty water. Even they saw a risk, they encouraged mothers to use the formula. Breastfeeding, especially one of the most important aspects for a baby in unhealthy areas, were swept
This kind of abnormality and insanity in women is undoubtedly the result of oppression in a male dominated society. Some other reasons behind the mental breakdown of the protagonist are: unwillingness to adhere to social expectations imposed on women, troubled relations with parents, a strange sense of insecurity at all times as a result of her troubled past and the memory of the dead, her forced abortion, her sense of alienation from the civilized world, and as a result of all these the Narrator found it very difficult to converse with others as language seemed to fail her. She battles the social and psychological forces that suppress her, and at the end of the novel she gains confidence and a sense of
Women are generally unable to give proper and quality time to households, kids and family or be it for themselves. Working women generally face workplace sexual harassment, mental pressure, and safety issues and many a times would not like to highlight, disclose or discuss with others. There could be many reasons like fear of false victimization, fear of losing the job, not wanting to come to the limelight and draw attention of people around or as a social stigma etc., Not only males but many a times even Females are also highly judgmental about other female colleagues and try subdue another at any given opportunity. Middle aged Women face problems of leaving kids at home and going to office early in the morning and coming late in the evenings or night. Child rearing problems are always faced by working women that too in today’s
Many women do not feel like the amount enough in life, or feel like they are not a real woman. Almost as if something was missing inside of them. Many women torment themselves by blaming themselves for not being able to have children. Have a monthly period is an important function in a woman’s life. By not having a monthly period, it affects not only the person emotionally, but also physically.
It is one of the major cause of suffering and burden of disease among women of all age. It is rarely life threatening but the symptoms are embarrassing and challenges the quality of life (QOL). It is largely hidden and not acknowledged globally due to various reasons such as lack of awareness, embrassement, cultural issues and financial constraints. 11% of the old aged women is likelihood of undergoing an surgery for pelvic organ prolapse. 82% of the older women seeking medical treatment with pelvic organ prolapse were classified as grade 3, because they would have ignored the symptoms earlier and now the symptoms forced them to seek medical attention.
Celie lacks self-confidence mainly from the treatment she has experienced throughout her life. Celie does not understand her own worth because of the abuse and lack of love in her life. Celie’s thoughts about herself are visible when she says, “The most beautiful woman I ever saw. She more pretty then my mama. She bout ten thousand times more prettier then me” (Walker 6).