We have all had a period leak incident once or twice. They are natural and normal! In this blog, 5 women share their period leak stories. Period leaks can be unexpected and unavoidable. Unfortunately, the stigma surrounding periods can leave us feeling embarrassed when we have a period leak incident. This embarrassed feeling is usually down to the reaction of those around us. Part of our period powerful messaging involves normalising periods
Do you use pads on your period? We’ve put together some top tips for using pads, to lessen any discomfort or irritation as we head into the summer months. Heat and sweat can lead to itching or discomfort when using menstrual pads. The vagina has a delicate pH balance and the vulval area is super sensitive. We’ve put together a list of top tips for using pads to help you be kinder to
Do you get enough magnesium in your diet? A lot of people are deficient and don’t realise. But it’s SUCH an important mineral for our health and wellbeing. Good news is, it’s also a superhero for PMS symptoms. Read on to find out why magnesium is a period saviour. Magnesium has many benefits for our health. It contributes to energy production, helps with digestion, relieves anxiety and more. But it can also be hugely
Processed foods may be convenient and easy during busy times, but did you know highly processed food can affect your hormones? We are looking at why your hormones hate processed foods. ‘Ready to go ‘food items such as microwave meals and on-the-go snacks foods all fall under the processed food umbrella. Not all processed foods are necessarily unhealthy (for example, readily chopped vegetables). But, many processed foods contain high salt and sugar levels
What nutrients can help you beat those evil cramps? Here, we give you the low down on nutrients to ease and manage cramp pain, featuring expert insights from Nutritional Therapist Angelique Panagos. Bloating, menstrual cramps, back pain…these are common symptoms that many of us suffer from each cycle. The pain varies from person to person, and sometimes from cycle to cycle. You might have mild cramps one period, and DREADFUL cramps the next.