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Chances are, you’ve heard of Maisie Hill. She’s currently taking the world of periods by storm with her incredible debut book Period Power, which reached the top 50 books on Amazon with days of its release. In this episode, we talk about Maisie’s story of period pain, the true power of tracking and working with the most difficult parts of our cycles, from the luteal phase to menstruation.
In today’s episode we talk about Maggie’s own healing journey, the link between trauma and endometriosis, acupuncture for endometriosis, how sexological bodywork and pelvic embodiment can lesson scar tissue and pelvic pain and finally, collective sexual trauma memories.
This episode is about the reality of the endometriosis diet and how I base my meals around nutrition for endometriosis and hormone balance. This is about how to look after your body, feel better with endometriosis and enjoy your food. I hope this episode brings you some clarification around eating for endo, and inspires you to try out some delicious ways to reduce your symptoms!
In this episode, I explore everything I’ve learnt about the liver and endometriosis so far, and the ways I am supporting my liver, and how that’s positively impacted my endometriosis symptoms. If you’re looking to understand endometriosis natural treatment options, this episode is for you.
In this episode, we talk about the huge and unspoken issue of dyspareunia, why and how Emily designed the Ohnut, the scientific support she’s received from specialists and how it’s changing the experience of painful sex for people with endometriosis.
From books on endometriosis natural treatment options and symptom tracker apps, to courses on the endometriosis diet and charities that help you understand endometriosis - these are my go-to endometriosis resources that I recommend to help you get started with managing endometriosis.
So what’s the deal? Today I’m talking about endometriosis and caffeine, from it’s affects on inflammation to how it may be increasing our oestrogen levels, and how I manage my love for coffee whilst still reducing my symptoms.
In this episode, I’m focusing specifically on sugar. I talk about the reasons that sugar can make endometriosis symptoms worse and the research behind this, and how I’ve managed to reduce my endometriosis pain through changing my sugar intake.
In this episode we talk about the current issues facing people with endometriosis in the workplace, how to talk to a boss about endometriosis, whether endometriosis is a disability or not, the kind of endometriosis work adjustments you can ask for and what your rights are when it comes to endometriosis at work.
Today I’m sharing with you my favourite home remedies for endometriosis pain from natural pain relief to yoga.