Bleeding through tampons. ⠀
Doubling up on a pad just in case. ⠀
Feeling the leak.⠀
Cramps beyond belief.⠀
Not being able to make it to school or work because your flow is heavy. ⠀
This is real, and this isn’t “normal”. Heavy periods can be a sign of many other things going on, and the exhaustion that comes along with it can be debiliting in itself.
On today’s episode, I lay out my 8 life lessons that I’ve learnt over the past decade, why being alone is critical for health, why you don’t have to do it all right away, why I’m awful at emails (goals to improve here!) and why your mother’s experience doesn’t have to be your experience.
Hair loss or hair thinning is one of the worst things to experience, especially when it seems to come out of nowhere. Although it’s common to lose a little hair when you’re in the shower or when you’re combing through, you know when what you’re losing isn’t normal. And while hair loss can cause anxiety, stress and hit our self esteem hard, it also can be a sign of some underlying issues.
PMDD has been linked to a specific enzyme that is responsible for both estrogen serotonin. When estrogen is at a higher level in the body, this enzyme breaks down less serotonin, leaving more in the brain. When estrogen drops, serotonin gets broken down at a faster rate. We use IV Therapy to support your PMDD symptoms.
Before you jump to eliminating every food you’re eating, consider these possibilities. Are you eating too fast? Are you using non-sugar sweeteners? Are you drinking a lot of coffee? Do you chew a lot of gum? Let’s jump in to how these four things might be causes of your bloating.
When it comes to being “hangry”, there’s nothing worse than not understanding why you’re feeling the way you’re feeling. Sometimes, yes, we know we didn’t eat enough that day. But there are other factors that can play into those blood sugar lows. From your adrenaline and stress hormone response, to where you’re at in your cycle; here’s why you might be hangry (and what you can do about it!)