Supporting your body when coming off birth control

Supporting your body when coming off birth control

For many women an absent period for multiple months after coming off the pill isn’t uncommon. More and more are being diagnosed with post pill PCOS - a form of PCOS that is brought on from being on the pill. If your periods were normal before going on the pill and you didn't experience side effects such as dark unwanted hair then it is likely you have post pill PCOS.

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Dealing with bloating

Dealing with bloating

How is bloating linked to hormones?
How many of you wonder
🌵why you bloat
🌵how to heal your gut
🌵if cutting out food will make your periods and bloating better or worse
🌵if you have food sensitivities

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Carbs are not the enemy

Carbs are not the enemy

Carbohydrates are our body’s main source of fuel. They calm the nervous system, provide us with energy, and as women, we actually require an adequate amount of carbs to ovulate and sustain a healthy period.  

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Are your hormones balanced?

Are your hormones balanced?

I want to start by saying that any symptoms such as PMS, bloating, headaches etc are not generally ‘normal’. They are a sign from your body that something is not balanced. What might be normal for you might also not be nor-
mal for someone else. Some women will experience pain free cycles while others will experience discomfort.

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HOW TO BEAT MIGRAINES

HOW TO BEAT MIGRAINES

They are nasty and something no ones wants to experience. I’ve had my fair share, mostly around my period and when stress hits me, however I have found some triggers and solutions to share with you?!

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Hormone breakouts, Why are they happening?

Hormone breakouts, Why are they happening?

This seems to be one of the biggest challenges women face throughout their hormonal journey - breakouts.

Acne as a teenager can be quite debilitating and can not only affect self esteem and also mood but can actually leave physical scarring.
Acne as an adult is the same and it can be really upsetting to still have huge breakouts as a woman and embarrassing.

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