May 18th to May 24th is Mental Health Awareness Week and this year it’s very special – why? Because the main topic is kindness and I think we all need a bit of love and kindness just now. Don’t forget that kindness needs to be self-care too!
Endometriosis is a hugely debilitating condition and one that most women wait between 3-15 years to have officially diagnosed! For an endometriosis sufferer, inflammation may occur not just in the womb but also in all other organs where this tissue may have spread to, thus multiplying the level of pain. But the pain is often not limited to just their periods and endometriosis sufferers often suffer consistent pain outside their normal period cycle.In this blog we explore continue to explore what 1 in 10 women in the UK, will suffer from silently – ENDOMETRIOSIS. Endometriosis is a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the womb starts to grow in other places, such as the ovaries and fallopian tubes. During the average woman’s pe...Hello dear readers, This month of May celebrates both mental health and menstruation and so we thought, in this edition of you matter period – we would address the age old derogatory adage of dishonour to women – ‘she’s being hormonal’, which relates to both mental health and menstruation. As a ...