Today I read and comment on the HealthShots Article: “It’s not just in your mind! Period fatigue is real and here’s why it happens” by Arushi Bidhuri
Hello everybody, Christine Marie here, and I am very likely your holistic menstrual coach. Why? Because I work with a no supplements, no medications, no special diet, no special exercise system, a proprietary system that I developed called fierce gentleness, which shifts administrators out of menstrual suffering and into fearless thriving. How? Oh my gosh, you get to fall in love with you. But why? You're already in love with you, right? Well, if you're in minstrel suffering, you must not be fully in love with yourself. Because I don't know of any human being or living creature or inanimate object that would be in love with suffering.
That just doesn't match up to me. So that's how we do it. We look at, hey, how do I love? How do I love my womb? It's clearly suffering. And it's telling me that
and I, as your translator, teach you the language of your womb. And as you get more and more fluent,
you thrive, the pain goes away. Why? Because if everything's okay, what do we have to complain about?
Today, I'm going to read an article. And then I'm going to comment on the article. I'm always looking at articles in terms of how they amplify and empower the menstruation conversation.
I'm also looking at whether or not the article is asking minster waiters to settle for their half loaf of bread. Or if it's challenging minster raters and the industry to continue
to expect to expect
their whole loaf of bread, which looks like flipping the statistics, from normal from nor from menstrual pain being a normal part of adminstrators life, to it being an abnormal part of administrators life, to flipping the statistics, so that
10% or 5%, administrators are experiencing difficulty. And that's just because they haven't gotten into the solution yet, not because they're just born that way. Because I and so many people who I work with are contradictions to baby we were born this way.
It is not acceptable any longer. So let's look at today's article. It is from a group called Health shots, your daily dose of wellness. This article is in their intimate health section. And it's under the menstruation section which is really cool. I'm always happy to see publications that include Administration section. Here's the title of the article. It's not just in your mind, period, fatigue is real and here's why it happens. subtext. Do you feel tired during periods, sometimes more than usual, here are all the reasons why it could happen.
This is from Arushi Midori, published on November 16 2020, to
the thought of dealing with the ebb and flow of your hormones is enough to make you tired, but your periods adds to the problem. Sometimes they exhaust you to the point where you don't feel like working through the day. Did you know that fatigue is a common symptom of periods along with moodiness, bloating and headaches. Period. Fatigue is one of the most common symptoms symptoms women face during menstruation health shots got in touch with Dr. Asha Ardell, who is a mentor in the department of opposite obstetrics and gynecology at Sur H in reliance Foundation, hospital and Research Center to understand the common reasons why you might feel tired during your periods. Reasons why your periods make you feel tired. Dr. DeLallo defines period fatigue as a lack of energy and extreme tiredness just before or during a period. Here are some of the common reasons why people feel tired during their periods. Number one, low estrogen levels period fatigue usually
okay, this is an opportunity for some
to do a grammar pass. We just got some word choice issue so I'm gonna read it again. low estrogen levels.
Period fatigue usually do is usually due to the decrease in the hormone estrogen. This may be a part of premenstrual syndrome or PMS. This feeling lasts till the estrogen levels start picking up at the end of the periods says the expert
number two heavy bleeding. This is another reason why you may experience period fatigue. Okay, I just got hit with a big giant ad in the middle
All of this article is good. The website just went bananas
Okay, I gotta be ready for that next time. It just got like, attacked. Okay, number two heavy bleeding, some, okay,
got more of the ads coming through so it's making it really difficult to read the article
we may have to abort this mission, which is a tragedy. I was going to rip this one apart.
Okay, I'm going to try to read between the lines.
See if that works. Because it's such a great opportunity. There's such there's so many teaching moments here in this article, so I don't want to abandon it so quickly. Okay, number two heavy bleeding. This is another reason why you may experience period fatigue. The expert says that this happens because of fibroids, polyps or a home or hormonal imbalance. In some cases, a hormonal imbalance can lead to excess excess development of endometrium buildup in the lining of the uterus and lead to heavy menstrual bleeding. Abnormal uterine bleeding can also cause fatigue as the doctor, it is best to talk to a doctor to avoid complications. Number three anemia. It is a condition in which your body lacks healthy red blood cells that help carry oxygen to other tissues of the body. As per Dr. DeLisle anemia can also lead to period fatigue. This may be because of the excessive bleeding or maybe due to inadequate intake of iron. Number four unhealthy diet. Eating a diet low in nutrition can also lead to period fatigue since the doctor, it is best to eat foods high in iron, protein, Omega three magnesium and calcium and contains anti inflammatory properties. Number five lack of sleep. We tend to underestimate how much sleep affects our health. Did you know Lack of sleep can also increase your risk of heart disease high blood pressure, diabetes, stroke, obesity and depression. While the pain and the mood swings may disrupt your sleep schedule, try to get naps whenever you can. Lack of sleep can contribute to period fatigue. Dr. DeLisle further points out that sometimes all these factors play a role in lead to fatigue during periods if you're experiencing fatigue because of your periods connect with a doctor to avoid complications. Okay, and that is the end of the article. Yeah, we got through it.