The Monthly Times

Carley Schweet, HHC
Self-Care Tips To Manage Stress And Improve Your Health

Self-Care Tips To Manage Stress And Improve Your Health

Unfortunately, the majority of us tend to experience stress that falls on the negative end of the spectrum. When stress becomes chronic, meaning that it lasts for a long period of time, it begins to have a negative impact on our health and overall well-being.

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Kaely McDevitt, MS, RD, CLT
How To Adjust Your Diet To Help Ease Endometriosis Symptoms

How To Adjust Your Diet To Help Ease Endometriosis Symptoms

Endometriosis is one of the leading causes of infertility and it is estimated to affect 1-in-10 women worldwide. Despite the prevalence, the cause of endometriosis is still not fully understood, leaving too many women in pain and not feeling in control over their health. Fortunately, as we begin to understand more about this condition, the positive impact nutrition can make is becoming more clear.

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Sabina Braverman, MPA
How My Journey With Whole30® May Have Improved My PCOS Markers

How My Journey With Whole30® May Have Improved My PCOS Markers

I couldn’t help but wonder if this decrease in DHEA-S could be attributed to my Whole30®. As a former Psychology major, the phrase “correlation does not equal causation” is permanently etched in my brain. So, although I can't say for certain that Whole30® helped me lower my PCOS markers, the positive bloodwork results have been enough of an incentive to keep me focused on reducing sugar intake and emotional eating.

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Nathalie Daudet, BSW
Fertility Awareness Method Can Help Whether You're Avoiding Pregnancy Or Actively Trying

Fertility Awareness Method Can Help Whether You're Avoiding Pregnancy Or Actively Trying

The rhythm method and the fertility awareness method are two very different things. While the rhythm method predicts when ovulation will happen based on the idea that all women ovulate around the same time each month and have a 28 day cycle (which is not always the case), the fertility awareness method actually confirms that ovulation has taken place by tracking your own unique fertility signs.

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