All in Mental Health
I’ve spent the past several years getting really familiar with my endometriosis symptoms and associated mental health conditions, like depression and anxiety. Equally, I’ve spent the same amount of time observing and changing my lifestyle and diet habits, and tracking how my body responds to these. It’s become very clear to me that certain triggers make my endometriosis anxiety much worse, so I did some research into the data and science behind my theories and found some really interesting evidence - which I’ve pulled together in one of my latest columns for Endometriosis News.
So many of us have endometriosis fatigue, though not much is done about it medically. Whilst I’ve written about bigger lifestyle and dietary changes you could make to battle this symptom and feel more energised on a daily basis, if you’re in a energy slump right now and just have to get through, I’ve written about some of the natural ways to boost energy that I use to try and keep myself going
How I finally reduced my endometriosis brain fog and memory problems, and tips to help you do the same through natural methods and lifestyle changes.
Endometriosis can often lead to depression, which I have battled with for many years. Here is a letter to myself on dealing with depression and some self help ideas for depression, I hope they help you on your journey to better mental health.