Blocked fallopian tubes are a common underlying cause of infertility for many women. The cause of blocked fallopian tubes can be due to a variety of different factors, but for the most part scarring and damage to the reproductive organs is the primary reason. Blocked fallopian tubes do not display any outward signs and symptoms. So, it’s quite common for women to not know they have an issue with blocked fallopian tubes until they struggle with an inability to conceive. Continue reading “Facts About Blocked Fallopian Tubes and Female Infertility”
I support clean beauty. I believe that everyone should be able to use products free from potentially harmful ingredients. In order for this to happen the relationship between the manufacturer, the consumer and legislation needs to improve. To start changes in legislation that require manufacturers and brands to be transparent with ingredients may lead many to choose better options. Secondly, consumers need to become more educated regarding products and ingredients and demand better options from these companies and brands. This is why I strive to provide education regarding skin health and ingredients in personal care products.
When you understand how an ingredient works and if it’s something you want to place on your body you can make better choices for your health. Putting into action what you know and actively working to decrease products that negatively impact health can be hard. I am not perfect and I have a long way to go when it comes to completely transition to the holistic lifestyle that I desire. It’s a process and a journey that I’m proud to be a part of and want to encourage you to explore. Today I want to share with you some of the ingredients that I am actively cutting out of my lifestyle. This can provide some insight for you as to how you can improve your approach to holistic beauty and wellness. While also guiding you on how you can make healthier choices for your health and wellness. Continue reading “Why I Avoid These 6 Toxic Ingredients and You Should Too”
A quick scroll through your social media feed and you’re destined to stumble upon some influencer discussing why self-care matters. The majority of these posts have one thing in common. That is the fact that the person is usually soaking in a jacuzzi tub in a gorgeous locale while covered in a face mask. My problem with this depiction of self-care is that it promotes the idea that self-care is all about pampering, and luxury. That if you want to properly take care of yourself you must schedule a vacation to Bali with 5 of your best friends drink green smoothies, spend all day in the spa and sip champagne. While that does sound like a nice little getaway self-care is so much more than this. Continue reading “5 Killer Ways to Implement Self-Care for Chronic Illness Warriors”