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This guest article highlights the emotional impact of endometriosis and how the disease can cause loneliness and isolation for many women, often due to the nature of the disease being a ‘woman’s issue’
There are many online resources with social media groups and forums for women with endometriosis but it seems there is a total lack of support for the partners of women with endometriosis
Here is some helpful advice and feedback from one endo warrior of the natural remedies she uses to reduce her symptoms and manage her health
Very often women with endometriosis can find themselves with low iron and suffering from anaemia. This article takes a closer look at the symptoms and remedies to boost your iron levels
Endometriosis awareness is increasing however the severe symptoms suffered by millions of women are often not taken seriously. Why is women’s health and pelvic pain being dismissed? Why is no-one really listening?
You can speed the removal of excess estrogens from your body to help with endometriosis by eating cruciferous vegetables, however some of these vegetables may cause gut distress
Dealing with illness or stress can seriously affect your hair - try using this natural oil treatment to support your hair health
Many with endometriosis are estrogen dominant and estrogen feeds endometriosis but did you know you can remove excess estrogen by eating carrots daily
It is not clear why endometriosis causes such bad fatigue, but suffering severe illnesses often causes fatigue as the body is trying to cope. Here are few tips to help you manage your fatigue with endometriosis
Guest article by Belle Browne 'Endometriosis and Stress' where she discusses her own battle with endometrisosis as well as other diseases and looks at the link between illness and stress
A positive endometriosis story which emphasises the need to try different remedies and treatments to help manage this disease, with this sufferer having success using low dose naltrexone and certain diet changes
Using over the counter pain meds may help endometriosis pain but can cause side effects. Find out the natural pain remedies that are successful used by other endometriosis sufferers to reduce their pain
Those with endometriosis and a compromised immune-system will be worried about the coronavirus. Here are some tips of supplements that can support your system
Endometriosis causes really bad fatigue and can really drain your energy reserves. In this post we discuss what may cause your fatigue and some natural remedies you can use to give you a boost
Endocrine disruptors are chemicals that disrupt our natural hormones. These chemicals are linked to reproductive issues such as endometriosis, cancer, fibroids and many other health issues. Find out how to reduce your exposure to these damaging chemicals
Here are a few success stories of others who have used natural therapies to help treat endometriosis which should give you some hope and encouragement
Having a certain mindset can help you to manage or even heal from illness and I used various psychological tools to help on my own healing path
Suffering from endometriosis can have a really huge impact on mental health. It can cause depression and anxiety trying to cope with pain on a daily basis. There is the stress caused by trying to maintain a job while dealing with symptoms, the distress of not being able to partake in social events, the worry about possible infertility, stress put on intimate relationships when dealing with pain during sex….. the list goes on.
Those suffering from endometriosis need much more emotional support, but very often any support from friends and family disappears because they do not believe how painful and distressing this disease can be.
Read the full article for advice and self-help measures you can use to help get some relief from the emotional effects of trying to cope with endometriosis.
Taking care of your liver will help you cope better with endometriosis so you can get rid of toxins and excess estrogens
The most common symptom with endometriosis is severe and debilitating pain, but this was not my worse symptom
You can have cheese on the endometriosis diet - try this dairy free, gluten free cheese recipe for you favourite pasta dish
The juice of the noni fruit may be of benefit for those with endometriosis as it has anti-inflammatory and nutritional benefits
A look at why you need to reduce your exposure to xenoestrogens to help reduce the symptoms of endometriosis