My mission in life is to empower people all over the world to create happier and healthier lives with endometriosis. I want to help you find ways to live and thrive with this disease and live well again, or for the first time ever.
Through This EndoLife website, podcast and bookclub, I share information, experiences and knowledge from myself and others on managing endometriosis through alternative and natural methods. I also coach and mentor people with endometriosis one-on-one, run regular workshops and events in London, and hold online webinars.
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Endometriosis essentially took away my education, a business and two careers. Throughout my life, I have endured a constant pattern of fatigue and burnout, eventually having to walk away from each chapter of my life, exhausted and assuming I was too weak for the path I had chosen.
I was diagnosed finally at 24, after several years of multiple STI tests, misdiagnosed kidney infections and dismissal from the medical community, but it took another few years to realise that the fatigue, burnout and countless other symptoms were all linked.
Whilst conventional medicine is important and necessary, I found no relief from surgery and I couldn’t take most forms of hormones and painkillers. Eventually, after finding my daily life almost impossible and feeling suicidal, I began the journey of healing and managing through the endometriosis diet. The difference I saw was immediate and I had the first manageable period I’d had in years.
Since then, I’ve continued to grow my understanding, research and experiments with alternative therapies and nutrition for endometriosis. I now use a combination of mindfulness, supplements, diet, cycle tracking and yoga as my main ways of managing. I am thriving for perhaps the very first time in my life.