Bad habits at any age can cause aches and pains in women.
Really young women often wear flip flops with no arch support. This can lead to a nasty case of plantar fasciitis.
Young women who have infants often carry the infant on one hip using one hand. This causes them to develop a form of tendonitis of the thumb called DeQuervain’s disease. It’s very painful but can be fixed with a glucocorticoid injection, splinting, and rest.
Women who work in an office setting still often hold a phone in the crook of their neck and this can obviously cause problems with neck pain. The pain can radiate down between the shoulder blades.
High heels, particularly the fashionable stiletto heels can cause ankle sprains and eventual problems with arthritis/bursitis in the big toe (bunions).
Carrying big handbags are a recipe for disaster since they can cause strains of the shoulder and neck.
A really bad habit is eating too much. This obviously leads to aches and pains in weight bearing joints. Obesity aggravates arthritis from a biomechanical perspective as well as an inflammatory one. Fat cells make chemicals that aggravate inflammation.
Cigarette smoking is a risk factor for the development of rheumatoid arthritis.