Stress impacts all your life, from your mental wellbeing to your physical health. Can it also affect your cycle? Know the connection between stress and periods.
Stress is a natural response of the body, much like a survival mode. However, the problem is that people are experiencing more and more stress, to increasingly more serious levels. In fact, the WHO has classified stress as a health epidemic, and burnout will effectively enter the WHO list of illnesses in 2022.
Your period is so heavy that you dread having it. We get it, and we got you. Check some tips and tricks on how to deal with heavy periods.
Some women are lucky to not only have low flow periods, but also to not have any menstrual pain or mood swings. Some others, not so much. In fact, many of us deal with very heavy periods and, painful or not, they can be a real pain to handle. But fear not! We collected some tips – by women and for women – on how to make dealing with your heavy periods easier.
We all know what to do when we have our periods. But do you know what NOT to do? Here’s a list to steer clear from.
For some, having a period can be easy-peasy-lemon-squeezy. For others, it can be a challenge. However, you live your menstruation days. Here are some things that you should not do when on your period. Read on!
Menstruation is a result of ovulation. It happens when the egg released by the dominant ovarian follicle is not fertilized. As the egg does not implant itself in the uterus, the endometrium deteriorates and is shed.
Physical exercise should be a part of everyone’s routine. It provides a range of various health benefits and it makes people feel good inside and out. But when period comes, how can it help? Let’s find out!