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Hormones

PMDD: What is it and how can you overcome it?

If you have a uterus and are still experiencing your monthly period, you are probably familiar with PMS or premenstrual syndrome. PMS includes symptoms like abdominal cramps, headaches, irritability, bloating, and such. These symptoms are often not severe and can be managed by most women. However, if your PMS symptoms become so bad that they…

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What is PCOS: The Symptoms and Lifestyle Medication You Need to Know!

Polycystic ovary syndrome or PCOS is a common condition where a woman’s ovaries form generally harmless multiple small water-filled cysts or follicles in their ovaries, causing their hormones to become out of balance. Fibroids or noncancerous tumors of muscles and fibrous tissue may also form in the uterus. The condition is marked by increased levels…

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The Mum Bum – 5 Tips on How to Get Rid of a Flat Butt

           HOME    ABOUT    LOGIN × Home About Products Birth Recovery Endometriosis Videos View More… Success Stories For Employers Book A Consultation Media Articles Birth Bladder & Bowel Endometriosis Hormones Menstrual Nutrition Pelvic Pain Pregnancy Recommendations Media Articles Subscribe Contact Members Area In the olden times, men look for women with great shapes not…

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5 Yoga Exercises for Postnatal Depletion (Adrenal Fatigue)

According to Dr. Oscar Serrallach, an Australia-based family practitioner and author, postnatal depletion is the condition when a woman suffers from the consequences of pregnancy and childbearing. He says that during pregnancy, the placenta passes nutrients to the baby and taps on the mother’s reserves. This takes a toll on the mother’s body causing hormonal,…

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The Signs of Thyroid Dysfunction and Foods for Treatment and Healing

A dysfunction refers to the functional impairment or abnormality of an organ or organ system. Therefore, thyroid dysfunction is used to pertain to any and all problems in the thyroid gland. Know more about thyroid dysfunction, its signs and symptoms, and certain foods that can help treat it.     Signs and Symptoms of Thyroid…

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5 Foods to Help Enhance Fertility and Progesterone Production

Progesterone is an important female sex hormone synthesized by the adrenal glands and ovaries. It has a crucial role in the menstrual cycle, fertility, and fetal development. Having high progesterone levels is essential for maintaining a normal, healthy pregnancy. Imbalances in progesterone levels increase the risk of miscarriage, intensify PMS symptoms, thyroid dysfunction, weight gain,…

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5 Signs of Hormonal Imbalance

  Our hormones are responsible for so many biological functions and emotions, so if our hormones are out of balance, we can experience an array of uncomfortable symptoms. Hormones regulate things like mood, sleep, stress, digestion, reproduction, metabolism, growth and development, and more. Here are the 5 signs that your hormones may be out of…

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6 Essential Women’s Health Checks Every Mom Needs in 2018

Regardless of whether you’re a new mom or a long-time mom, here are some essential women’s health checks you should schedule for 2018. From pelvic floor checks to hormone checks, period checks and mental health checks, we’ve got you covered. 1. Pelvic Floor & Pelvic Organ Prolapse Check Did you know that women’s health physiotherapists…

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5 Essential Nutrition Tips for Busy Mothers

Regardless of whether you’ve just given birth or if you’ve been a mother for more than 10 years, there are a few basic nutrition principles every mum needs to know. Your body changes after going through pregnancy, birth and motherhood. And it has a lot to do with your hormones. Tip 1: Eat For Your…

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