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Period pain 101
In this article Sara Harris BHScTCM, Natural Fertility Educator, discusses how period pain occurs and explores the causes that may be leading to this experience
Period pain: what is our body really telling Us?
An article that explores what may be contributing to the period pain the majority of women are experiencing on a monthly basis and questions the fact that painful periods are normal ?
Menstruation and menstrual cycles – more than just inconvenient bleeding?
You’ve likely recorded your menstrual cycle on a calendar just to know when it’s due next right? But have you ever reflected on and recorded how you feel on and around your period ...
Women's periods 101
What if by natural design our period is actually one part of a cycle that continuously encourages a woman to deeply nurture, care for and attend to her body and her health ? … Could there be more to a woman’s period that we are missing out on?
First period – a time for celebration
A girl’s first period, through true education, is a time to celebrate the transition from girl to woman and embrace the glory of the woman that lies naturally within.
From Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome to regular periods through Esoteric Healing
From Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, back ache and feeling sluggish, read how Jessica received a new lease on life through the Esoteric Modalities.
What does PMS stand for… apart from driving me crazy?
Most women are resigned to PMS being a normal part of being a woman, something that we just have to put up with but we have a tool with us everyday that can help us understand why we get PMS.
Women’s health: let’s talk more about our monthly period and endometriosis! – part 1
Women worldwide are struggling with period problems, endometriosis and other chronic persistent pelvic pain conditions. Yet these conditions have proven elusive when it comes to treatment which suggests we are not truly understanding the underlying nature of what is going on.
Women’s health: let’s talk more about our monthly period and endometriosis! – part 2
Women’s monthly period and any associated period and other reproductive problems are accepted as part of the menstrual cycle with little consideration given to why so many women struggle with this aspect of their health and wellbeing.