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Sleep! – Your Primary Health Tool

Sleep. It’s a thing. It’s something that we all need and something that many of us don’t get enough of. Some of us struggle to sleep while others tend to use it as trading collateral. But the one thing we do know is sleep is far more important than we have been led to believe. “Sleep is the very best life insurance policy you could ever wish for.” explains Matthew Walker, neuroscientist author of Why We Sleep. According to Psychologist…

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Why Women Need to Ovulate

Is it important to become intimately familiar with our cycles even if we don’t have any reproductive problems? Being aware of our cycles, especially ovulation, not only helps us to form a positive relationship with our bodies, but it also may protect us from diseases such as breast cancer. Evidence shows us ovulation is vitality important for many aspects of long term health. What is your cycle telling you? It’s easy to take notice when menstruation is late, early, too long,…

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Hormone Vitality

Ladies come and claim back the keys to your own vitality. For many women today maintaining a state of health is a challenge. We can eat the perfect food and gym it up everyday yet our energy levels, weight, moods and libido are still not thriving. Our lifestyles today are not tailored towards hormone thriving, but they can be. Most of us didn’t grow up with tools to listen, understand and heal our own bodies. We were told to go…

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Perfectly Imperfect – One of ‘those’ moments…

What if there are days when you wake up raging, when your rational mind wants to take a hike and your brain feels full of molten lava? What if you feel like the most unfeminine, ungraceful disaster unworthy of human contact in that moment? what if we as a women want to just be by ourself with nature and feel free, or even tho  just stay at home and feel free to simply stay home and listen to music or…

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How to Nourish Your Hormone Harmony

Today more and more women are suffering from symptoms of unhappy hormones. Whether it’s polycystic ovarian syndrome, infertility, or hot flushes, these problems all stem from the same culmination of stressors. In fact problems with adrenal stress, thyroid disorders, reproductive health and mental emotional health, all go hand in hand. There is no separation, the group of endocrine glands and neurotransmitters all function together in one beautiful orchestra. When we learn to listen to our internal signals, we hear the call…

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