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Health & Fitness Tanning beds and sunbathing may be linked to greater endometriosis risk – study

04:05  02 december  2020
04:05  02 december  2020 Source:   pressassociation.com

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Both sunbathing and indoor tanning increase your risk of skin cancer. People at greatest risk of developing skin cancer from sun exposure are those who have skin that burns easily and never or rarely tans . Indoor tanning involves the use of tanning beds , booths, and sunlamps. For instance, it may be part of their treatment for psoriasis or other skin conditions, or for seasonal depression.

The greatest risk posed by tanning beds is the increased likelihood of developing skin cancer. Exposure to sunlight has been linked to improved energy and mood. However many people have Tanning may reduce your acne for a short time because the UV ray exposure causes dry skin, which

Tanning beds and sunbathing may be linked to a greater risk of developing endometriosis, according to a new study.

a couple of lawn chairs sitting on top of a wooden chair: Tanning beds and sunbathing ‘may be linked to increased risk of endometriosis’ (Tim Ireland/PA) © Tim Ireland Tanning beds and sunbathing ‘may be linked to increased risk of endometriosis’ (Tim Ireland/PA)

Researchers found that risk of endometriosis increased the more young women used tanning beds, got sunburnt or used sunscreen during their teenage and young adulthood years.

However, the study also found that women living in parts of the United States with high levels of ultraviolet light throughout the year – such as southern parts of the US – were less likely to be diagnosed with the painful condition.

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Endometriosis , a painful condition that affects one in 10 reproductive-age women in the U.S., has been linked to childhood physical and sexual abuse, according to findings published today in the journal Human "Both physical and sexual abuse were associated with endometriosis risk ," she said.

He added that other tan - is -beautiful social pressures may be behind addict-like behaviour in some people using sun beds . Sarah Williams, a senior health information officer at Cancer Research UK, said: "With most cases of skin cancer linked to too much exposure to UV from the sun and sun beds

Professor Leslie Farland, an assistant professor at the University of Arizona College of Public Health and the leader of the research, said: “Prior research into the long-term health consequences of endometriosis has suggested that women with endometriosis are at greater risk of melanoma.

“While the exact mechanisms underlying the association between endometriosis and melanoma are not known, several studies have found a greater risk of endometriosis in women who are sensitive to sunlight, don’t tan easily and have red hair, light eyes, freckling or a high number of moles.

“These associations may reflect a common genetic background between endometriosis and melanoma or an underlying association between sun exposure and risk of endometriosis.”

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Sunbathing , which is the act of sitting or lying in the sun , sometimes with the intent to tan , may have some health benefits if done properly. There’s a major difference, to be sure, between going outside for 10 minutes without sunscreen and regularly spending time in a tanning bed . The risks of too much

Women with endometriosis have a higher risk of miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy, a large cohort study in Scotland has found. Women with the condition who maintain a pregnancy for more than 24 weeks face further risks , including a higher risk of placenta praevia, bleeding before and after birth

Endometriosis is a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the womb grows in other places, such as the ovaries and fallopian tubes.

Celebrities such as singer Dolly Parton and journalist Emma Barnett have previously spoken out about their experiences with the condition.

Dolly Parton posing for a picture: Singer Dolly Parton has formerly spoken about her experience of the condition (Yui Mok/PA) © Provided by PA Media Singer Dolly Parton has formerly spoken about her experience of the condition (Yui Mok/PA)

Researchers studied 116,429 women who joined the US Nurses’ Health Study II in 1989 when they were aged between 25 and 42 years.

Every two years, up until June 2015, the participants completed questionnaires about their medical history, their exposure to risk factors for several chronic diseases.

They were also asked about their tendency to sunburn, the number of moles on their legs and their number of severe sunburns between the ages of 15 and 20 years.


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Tanning beds may cause sunburns. 15 Healthy Benefits of Sunbathing There have been studies that have shown that people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease who were exposed to the sun have scored well in mental exams and this has reduced the symptoms of the disease.

Endometriosis isn't considered a deadly disease, but in extremely rare instances, complications of the Can you die from untreated endometriosis ? Doctors don’t yet have a cure for endometriosis , but treatments can help to Without treatment, you could be at greater risk for health complications.

In 1993 they provided information on their use of sunscreens and in 2005 reported on their use of tanning beds during their teenage and early adult years and between the ages of 25-35 years.

From 1993 onwards, the women were also asked whether they had endometriosis, diagnosed by laparoscopy.

Their home addresses were updated every two years and were linked with data on annual ambient ultraviolet A and ultraviolet B light for the area.

Researchers restricted the analysis to white women, because of known racial and ethnic disparities in endometriosis diagnosis and differences in the influence of UVA and UVB light for different races.

Among the 95,080, there were 4,791 cases of endometriosis diagnosed with laparoscopy over the follow-up period.

Researchers found that compared to women who never used tanning beds, those who used them six or more times a year when they were teenagers and young adults had a 19% increased risk of endometriosis.

If they used them six or more times a year between the ages of 25 and 35, they had a 24% increased risk, according to the study published in the Human Reproduction journal.

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Emma Barnett taking a selfie: Journalist Emma Barnett is one famous face to speak openly about her endometriosis diagnosis (Lia Toby/PA) © Provided by PA Media Journalist Emma Barnett is one famous face to speak openly about her endometriosis diagnosis (Lia Toby/PA)

If they used tanning beds three or more times a year throughout both periods of their lives, they had a 30% increased risk of the condition.

This means that around five women in every 100 might develop endometriosis over an average follow-up period of nearly 14 years per person if they had never used tanning beds as teenagers, young adults or between the ages of 25 and 35.

But nearly seven women in 100 would develop it if they used tanning beds more than three times a year.

A history of five or more sunburns between the ages of 15 and 20 was associated with a 12% increased risk of endometriosis compared to women who were never sunburnt.

Compared to those who never used sunscreen, those who used it all the time had a 10% increased risk of endometriosis.

The absolute risk of developing endometriosis among women who were sunburnt five or more times a year between the ages of 15 and 20 was too small to show a difference between the two groups, researchers say.

Women who lived in the sunniest parts of the country at birth, at age 15 and at 30, had a 19%, 21% and 10% reduced risk of endometriosis respectively compared to women living in parts of the US with the least annual sunshine.

Co-lead author of the study, Professor Stacey Missmer, of the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, said: “Our findings suggest that avoiding excessive recreational sun exposure and tanning beds may reduce your endometriosis risk.”

The researchers caution that the mechanisms between exposure to the sun and tanning beds and risk of endometriosis are not clear and, as the study is observational, it cannot show that these exposures cause the increased risk of endometriosis.

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