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What Is Breast Implant Illness?

What Is Breast Implant Illness?

Breast Implant Illness is a term that some women and medical practitioners use to refer to a wide range of symptoms that can develop after undergoing reconstruction or cosmetic augmentation with breast implants.

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When Is The Best Time To Test My Hormones?

When Is The Best Time To Test My Hormones?

Hormones are complicated things to test. They change every single hour, of every single day. We have a 28 (ish) day cycle, and we need to stop think that we’re supposed to be experiencing the same thing every day. So, in some cases they are indicated to test. but sometimes, we don’t necessarily need to.

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Can Your Period Make You Anemic?

Can Your Period Make You Anemic?

Any type of blood loss, including that from your period, can cause anemia. This is known as an iron deficiency. Symptoms of an iron deficiency can include tiredness, weakness, shortness of breath, poor concentration, lightheadedness.

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Why You Need A Mental Vacation: How To Really Relax

Why You Need A Mental Vacation: How To Really Relax

These are the perfect vacations. They require no pre-planning, no expenses, and no travel. This is a vacation that isn’t just easy, it’s also very important for your mental health. These are called mental vacations; kind of like day dreams. But not quite.

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6 Tips For Combatting Burnout

6 Tips For Combatting Burnout

The dangers of work burnout are pretty clear. There’s that familiar creeping feeling as we get further and further along a path that isn’t working for us. But how can you tell exactly when you’re actually burnt out — and how can you deal with work burnout? Well, it starts by checking in with yourself.

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How Burnout Affects Women

How Burnout Affects Women

Have you noticed that when it comes to burnout, women seem to get hit harder and faster than our male counterparts? There’s a few reasons for this, but I want to talk today about the theory of Emotional Labour, and why it might be one of the driving factors for why...

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How Burnout Affects Your Hormones

How Burnout Affects Your Hormones

This article originally appeared on Cornerstone Naturopathic, and we're delighted to share it here! From shortening periods, to worsening PMS, to changing your ovulation patterns; burnout can affect your hormones in so many ways. The easiest way to understand how...

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Why Your Brain Needs Your Hormones To Be Balanced

Why Your Brain Needs Your Hormones To Be Balanced

Most of us really try to make healthy decisions, but if you are struggling with a low energy level or unexplained anxiety or weight gain, your hormones may be off-balance. Research shows that hormone imbalance attributes to anxiety, weight problems, depression, even...

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Why Slowing Down Isn’t The Key To Getting Through Burnout

Why Slowing Down Isn’t The Key To Getting Through Burnout

Doing more does not make you more productive, and slowing down does not fix your burnout. There. I said it. Burnout is a syndrome which encompasses fatigue, apathy and exhaustion. When we get in this state, many of us go “oh, I need to take a break”, “oh, I really...

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How Your Thyroid Impacts Your Health

How Your Thyroid Impacts Your Health

PCOS can be a complex condition to identify because there are numerous symptoms, and you don’t have to have all of them to be diagnosed with PCOS. Very few women have the same set of symptoms, and the symptoms can change at different stages of your life.

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Do I Have Endometriosis? 3 Symptoms To Consider.

Do I Have Endometriosis? 3 Symptoms To Consider.

Painful periods, stellar migraines, severe cramps that lead you grabbing for the advil (or naproxen) in the middle of the night only to have it only “kind of” work? Welcome to the world of, potentially, endometriosis. Endometriosis is a chronic condition that is...

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Do I Have PCOS? 6 Points To Bring Up To Your Doctor

Do I Have PCOS? 6 Points To Bring Up To Your Doctor

PCOS can be a complex condition to identify because there are numerous symptoms, and you don’t have to have all of them to be diagnosed with PCOS. Very few women have the same set of symptoms, and the symptoms can change at different stages of your life.

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