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[Sample] 2:Personalized Report

Your Report

*This report is based on a questionnaire and scoring method supervised by a physician and contains Flora's own explanations and advice, and does not constitute a diagnosis or any other medical treatment.

About Menopause

Your menopause score is very low, indicating that you may not be troubled by menopausal symptoms at the moment.

Even if you currently feel free from menopausal symptoms, there is a possibility that these symptoms may arise in the future. As a preventive measure for menopausal symptoms, let's explore things you can do within a comfortable range!

*Menopausal Score: The "menopausal score" is defined as the sum of the results of the rating of the magnitude of menopausal symptoms on a scale of 0 to 14.

Recommended Care for You

Even if you currently feel few menopausal symptoms, they can sometimes arise due to lifestyle factors. Therefore, to prevent menopausal symptoms, consider incorporating moderate exercise and maintaining a healthy diet. Additionally, exploring your own methods of relaxation could be beneficial. Whether it's enjoying your favorite music or movies or spending time in nature, find your own way to unwind and refresh.

About PMS

Your PMS score tends to be relatively moderate. While you may occasionally feel some impact on your daily life, it might not severely affect you. However, based on your survey responses so far, it appears that your PMS score tends to increase during your menstrual period.

As PMS symptoms can be influenced by factors such as the environment, stress, and diet, it's advisable to pay closer attention to your mental and physical changes, especially during your menstrual period.

If, by any chance, your symptoms worsen compared to now, don't hesitate to seek medical advice. It's recommended to consult a healthcare professional.

*PMS Score: The total of the results, evaluating the severity of PMS on a 6-point scale, is defined as the "PMS Score."

Recommended Care for You

While your PMS is relatively low, it's not entirely absent. Therefore, we recommend engaging in aerobic exercises known to help alleviate PMS symptoms and improve stress.

Recommended aerobic exercises include walking, jogging, and cycling. Just incorporating these exercises for 20 minutes to an hour, three times a week, can be effective. Adding exercise to your routine, even if your PMS symptoms are mild, is optimal for promoting overall health and reducing mental stress.

About Period Cramps

Your menstrual pain score, similar to the previous report, tends to be relatively moderate. In both work and daily life, you likely experience minimal discomfort or constraints associated with menstrual pain. However, menstrual pain can worsen suddenly. In such cases, don't hesitate to consult a doctor. Additionally, taking pain relievers can be recommended as a temporary solution.

*Menstrual pain score: The "menstrual pain score" is defined as the result of a 6-point rating of the severity of menstrual pain.

Recommended Care for You

To prevent discomfort caused by menstrual pain as much as possible, let's be conscious of keeping our bodies warm from premenstrual to menstrual periods. Drink warm beverages and wear clothes with insulating materials during this time.

Body cooling can impair blood circulation throughout the body. This, in turn, causes the muscles of the uterus to become stiff and tense, leading to worsened menstrual pain. Especially during the premenstrual to menstrual periods, consciously warm the lower abdomen and lower back to promote blood circulation. The "Abdominal Wrap Inner" distributed earlier is an easy way to keep your body warm, so please continue to use it!

Additionally, even if you are wearing short sleeves, air conditioning can make your body feel cold. In such cases, carry a light long-sleeved jacket to regulate your body temperature.


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