To have a headache is one of the most typical symptoms when the period comes or during the premenstrual phase. For many women, headaches are also accompanied by nausea and sensitivity to light, all characteristic signs of migraines. In today's article, we are going to talk about these headaches and explain what types there are, how the menstrual cycle affects all this and how to treat them.
We always emphasize that in order to have good feminine health, it is not enough just to have an anti-inflammatory diet, you also have to live a healthy lifestyle and do some sport every week. The only problem is that sometimes our body doesn't make that easy for us and we don't feel the same way every day. Therefore, this week we want to dedicate the blog’s article to sports training adapted to the menstrual cycle.
Today's article is dedicated to treating another symptom of the menstrual cycle: mood swings. These are especially more visible and intense during the premenstrual cycle but don't panic, they can be stabilized with some tricks and expert advice. You just need to pay attention to what you eat and to dedicate a little time every day for yourself.
Have you ever thought that you are like a roller coaster of emotions? Have you ever tried to control them and be more stable without success? Today we bring an article with some exercises that will make you able to identify your emotions, understand yourself more clearly and finally manage your emotions better.
Since it's almost Christmas and some of you will have more free time, we made a list of the books that we liked the most this 2019. All of them deal with menstrual health issues and how to improve them. Those who like to read and/or are interested in the subject, take a look at this list with books that all women should read once.
Can I do yoga during my menstruation? A direct answer to this question is not always easy to give. Practising yoga during the period is not for everyone, but for some women, it can be a great help to live a better and more balanced cycle and reduce discomfort associated with the period.
The Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is a common heterogeneous endocrine disorder affected by irregular menstrual periods, hyperandrogenism and polycystic ovaries. It affects approximately 6-10% of women on reproductive age, but what is it exactly, what symptoms have and how to treat it? These are the questions that our expert María Cajo explains and resolves in this article.
We are not linear,we are cyclical, changeable. As the seasons sometimes we can jump from wanting to dance incessantly to wanting to be alone and in silence in minutes. This is because there is a tendency in each phase of the menstrual cycle and in this article you can learn how to take advantage of each menstrual phase and boost your emotional and personal well-being.