A Grim Reminder Why Tampons May Not Be The Best Choice For Teens
As reported by People magazine, a 16-year-old girl in British Columbia died of toxic shock syndrome related to her tampon use. It’s a grim reminder that tampons aren’t as safe as many women tend to believe.
For women, being happy with our sanitary products is one of the most precious keys to our health and well-being. After all, they’re something that gets the closest to our most intimate body parts – which is why they should be as safe as possible for our whole body system.
Here‘s Why You Gain Weight On Your Period
You've been putting a lot of effort into keeping yourself fit, especially for wearing your favorite summer clothing, but...this time of the month has come. You’ve been exercising and eating healthy, but the scale just threw you a curve ball, clocking in at five more pounds than last week. And your favorite shorts just won‘t button—again. You know they fit last week though!
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Taming Menopause: 3 Essential Oils For Relief
As you reach middle age, your body will go through a major life change, where it transforms from being fertile to infertile by quitting the menstruation process. This major life change can take from several months to several years, and the completion of the process is known as menopause.
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PMS? Get Your Hormones In Balance With These 5 Foods
When your hormones get out of whack at PMS, the rest of your health responds immediately.
What adds to the PMS stress is that we are constantly surrounded by elements that are threatening our hormonal balance: think about environmental toxins, prescription medications, our frequent lack of sleep and a variety of trying situations we face throughout the day.
Why Your Period Blood Smells And How to Deal With It
Menstruation probably isn't the time of the month you're looking forward to, right? One typically unpleasant thing about it – in addition to cramps, bloating and mood swings – may be that rather peculiar odor. We bet you've wondered why you get it at least once in your menstrual history.
Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding: What You Need To Know
If you‘ve ever shared the details of your period with a close friend or two, you’ve probably noticed that they may be quite different in each of us.
There is a wide range rather than a single pattern in what is "normal" for periods: they can take from 3 to 10 days, and happen every 3 to 6 weeks. In each of us individually, period fluctuations can be the effect of age, stress, diet, exercise, and other medical conditions.