The female endocrine system is a delicate and complex one. It requires all of us women to be in touch with it and own it. Due to busy and demanding lifestyles, many of us neglect the importance of looking after our precious feminine.
The body works in a myriad of smart ways to keep the hormonal health in check. It is fascinating how each hormone that goes into the bloodstream has a specific task in keeping our hormonal health balanced.
When our hormones get unbalanced, a wide array of unpleasant conditions builds up from within due to an unhealthy hormonal production. This state of being out of your flow, out of your hormonal balance can translate into diabetes, insomnia, brain fog, mood swings, lack of sexual desire, and even fertility issues.
Productivity vs. Healthy Reproductive System
In most contemporary societies, females are into the competitive corporate business world with little or no time to oneself. Thus, leading to a lack of awareness when it comes to the language of the inner body.
Thousands of modern women deal with period pain, the lack of it, or conditions in the reproductive system in silence.
Life is becoming incredibly fast-paced for the sake of productivity. It is about time to pause, look within, and engage in a relationship with the cycles of the body.
Take time to look within
In these challenging times of social distancing which has changed our routines have drastically, a new way of self-care emerges. The isolation time is a valuable chance to look within, listen to the body and trust its process.
The menstrual cycle is a gift and service provided by nature. It is crucial to connect with our feminine wisdom and creative potential by nurturing the subtle and physical body for healthy periods.
Take time on your own for self-reflection and make an honest evaluation of your menstrual cycle. Answering these questions is the first step towards taking charge of your hormonal health:
Have your periods been painful and heavy throughout the years?
Are they regular on the spot?
Or do you have missing periods?
Are you challenged by frequent mood swings or even depression now and then?