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As your progesterone and oestrogen levels fall, your energy may dip. Exercise can keep you more energized throughout your period. If you're feeling unwell or in pain, you should skip your exercise altogether. Other methods include taking short naps and avoiding caffeine before bed.
While being on your period may be your least favorite part of the month, it is also one that you can make more enjoyable by engaging in self-care.Here are a few ideas to engage in self-care while on your period.
The menstrual cycle is one that brings a lot of pain and discomfort to many women all around the world.In this article, we will be looking at exercises which you can do to reduce this pain. Don’t worry – they are all very gentle!
Do you know when you are ovulating? Can you spot the symptoms of each phase of your cycle? Try out an app to track it or simply jotting down the various symptoms can be a great way to find out more about your body's cycle.
After the recent events in the US, many women are questioning whether they will continue to have access to safe contraception methods. Here's a look at the different kinds of contraceptives that you can access, as well as the ways you can get hold of them across the UK.
Summer is here, ladies! Wherever you are in the country, chances are that you are facing hot temperatures. How can you stay fresh in the summer? By being hydrated, keeping yourself cool, and wearing lighter clothes. Let’s have a look at ways to stay cool and fresh throughout the summer.
It's normal to have days throughout life where you don't feel great. The fluctuating hormones going through our bloodstream can make it hard to feel like we are in control of our emotions. Here are three ways to try out to boost your mood, if you're feeling low.
Discharge – a word that we don't talk about because of the taboo that is usually associated with it. Recently, as I scrolled through Instagram, I came across a post that made jokes around the feeling that we get as we get some discharge and need to put our underwear back on afterwards. The female body, while a temple, also remains a hidden secret that only a few of us feel comfortable discussing.
When you have sex, bacteria can spread and may be plastered over your vulva and in the vagina. While this is not necessarily a concern, it can become one if you do not clear your urethra – the tube that allows pee to exit your body – to clean out any bacteria that might be found there. So, pee after sex – go right to the bathroom (it won't kill the mood, I promise) and get rid of the bacteria that will otherwise get you on a trip to the doctor's.
This year, remember that being single gives you something that many others don't have: time on your hands to focus on improving yourself. The appeal of a relationship may disappear once you know who you are.
Hay fever season is upon us, and the switch from cold to hot temperatures can often leave some of us with a head cold that is hard to get rid of. Here are some of the vitamins to make sure you consume in the right quantities to boost your health!
The sneezes, nasally voice and tears that come with this season are some that you can deal with using natural remedies. Of course, conventional medicine works too, but you may be surprised to find out that you have many ingredients in your pantry that can be very helpful!
Lavender is a plant that has been used for centuries to combat restlessness. It can also help fight against anxiety when it is taken in capsule form. Lavender bags and pillows are also becoming increasingly popular while you can use lavender as a cooking ingredient.
There are many herbal remedies that have been shown to help reduce menstrual cramps. There are many more to try out, from green tea to oolong types of tea to find out what helps you feel your best.