This is why more women are experiencing fibroids

We think it’s important that we have a conversation about fibroids. Now, we know this might not be the most interesting topic to talk about, but trust me, it’s important. Lately, we’ve noticed that more younger women are experiencing fibroids, and we think it’s crucial to talk about why and what we can do about it.

So, let’s picture this: our female bodies are like beautiful gardens, and fibroids are like little weeds that pop up. They’re non-cancerous growths that can occur in or around the uterus. Now, here’s the thing. Fibroids can cause some symptoms like heavy and painful periods, bloating, and even fertility issues. And here we are, just minding our own business, thinking about all the amazing things life has in store for us, and then from nowhere, fibroids show up uninvited.

But don’t worry, we’ve got a team of strong women in our corner, ready to give you some helpful advice and empower you on your journey. First things first, let’s understand why younger women are experiencing more fibroids these days.

One of the main factors we think is playing a role is the stressful lives we lead. Our bodies are incredible, but sometimes they can get a little out of balance due to stress. The hustle and bustle of everyday life can throw off our hormones, and that can trigger the growth of fibroids. It’s like our bodies are saying, “Hey, slow down a bit, sis. Take care of me!”

However, here are some things we can do to support our bodies and hopefully prevent or manage fibroids. First, let’s focus on our diet. Eating a balanced, nutritious, and colorful plate can do wonders for our overall health. We sound like a broken record but  we’re talking fruits, veggies, whole grains, and lean proteins. We can do it!

On the other hand, we have  some natural remedies that we can use to support our reproductive health. We’ve learnt that herbal teas, like chamomile or raspberry leaf, can be soothing and calming for our bodies. We can also add in some essential oils into our self-care routine, like lavender to create a serene and calming atmosphere. It’s all about finding what works best for you.

When it comes to exercise, we’re not talking about running a marathon or hitting the gym until we collapse. It’s all about finding joyful movement that suits our bodies and helps us manage stress. Whether it’s dancing, yoga, or going for a walk in nature, let’s find what makes our hearts happy and bodies strong.

Lastly, let’s remember to listen to our bodies. They have this surreal ability to communicate with us, and sometimes they’re telling us that it’s time to slow down and take care of ourselves. This is your sign to book that long overdue checkup appointment. 

If our bodies are calling to conceive, it can be a sign to go ahead and consider but seeking proper medical guidance before hand. However, if that’s not your path now or ever, that’s perfectly fine but it’s important to see a  doctor and ask as many questions that you need answers for.

Remember, we’re all in this together, supporting and empowering each other. We can take charge of our health and make choices that nourish our bodies. 


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