1. Articles in category: Happy Hormones

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    1. How Castor Oil Help in Hormone Balance

      How Castor Oil Help in Hormone Balance

      Stumbled upon this interesting article from Hormones & Balance. It's called Castor Oil Packs for Hormonal Balance.

      In it, Magdalena Wszelaki shares some fascinating perspectives. Here's a thought-provoking one:

      Castor oil has shown to improve levels of the ever important cleansing molecule glutathione. Glutathione carries out toxins, byproducts of plastics, BPA (remember, don’t carry your food or oils in plastic, EVER!) and estrogens out of the body.

       Take a look at the rest of the article as it has other points...

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    2. HPV and Cervical Health Approaches That are Safe and Natural

      HPV and Cervical Health Approaches That are Safe and Natural

      Have you read this interesting article from Dr. Aviva Romm? It's called Safe, Natural Approaches to HPV and Cervical Health.

      In it, she shares some tips that piqued our interest. Here's one of them:

      Glutathione is a naturally occurring combination of three amino acids (cysteine, glutamic acid, and glycine) present in most human tissue. It acts as an antioxidant, a free radical scavenger and a detoxifying agent in cells, and is important in liver detoxification of hormones, many medications (including Tylenol), and environmental toxins.

      To get a more in-depth look at what she has to say, give the ...

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    3. Relieving Hormonal and Non-Hormonal Headaches

      Relieving Hormonal and Non-Hormonal Headaches

      Here's a fascinating article from Hormones Balance. It's called How to Resolve Headaches (Including Hormonal).

      It shares some interesting insights. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      Deficiencies can be one more thing to check out as a cause of headaches. Low levels of B vitamins have been linked to headaches and migraines, particularly vitamins B6 and B12. I personally use this vitamin B complex to keep healthy levels of B vitamins which are critical also in overall hormone balance and liver detoxification.

      Take a look at the rest of this article for more information and context.

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    4. How Gut Health Can Influence the Rest of Your Body Functions

      How Gut Health Can Influence the Rest of Your Body Functions

      Thought we’d share this intriguing article from the Psychology Today. It’s titled Gut Bacteria Can Influence Your Mood, Thoughts, and Brain.

      It offers some thought-provoking perspectives. Here’s one that we piqued our interest:

      What has become evident is that patients with psychiatric disorders have different populations of gut microbes compared to microbes in healthy individuals. Also stress and stress hormones such as cortisol can have a negative impact on our microbiome. And all of these factors interact in complex ways with the immune system. As the knowledge of the exact nature of brain-gut interactions unfold in relation ...

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    5. What Are Bioidentical Hormones and Why Do They Exist?

      What Are Bioidentical Hormones and Why Do They Exist?

      Stumbled upon this interesting piece from Dr. Northrup's blog. It's titled Do You Need Bioidentical Hormones?.

      It gives us some fascinating ideas. This one, in particular, was utterly thought-provoking:

      When we take hormonal replacement therapy that doesn’t fit the original design that our cells have evolved to recognize, the end result simply may not feel or act quite right. Hence all those side effects, ranging from annoying and uncomfortable to downright dangerous can occur.

      For more context and information, give the rest of this interesting article a read at the link below...

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    6. How to Deal when You've Hit Bottom on Your Bank Account

      How to Deal when You've Hit Bottom on Your Bank Account

      We sincerely hope this doesn't affect any of our readers, but it's good to be prepared for the absolute worst. When you've scraped the barrel and there's nearly nothing left, you need to fight the urge to panic and make the hard decisions you need to survive.

      Melanie Pinola and Lisa Rowan of LifeHacker share the emergency measures you need to take to keep yourself afloat. Here's one tidbit from the article when prioritizing where to allocate what little money you have:

      When money’s really tight there are some bills you can let slide ...

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    7. Fun and Therapeutic Activities that Support Medical Treatments for Thyroid Disease

      Fun and Therapeutic Activities that Support Medical Treatments for Thyroid Disease

      Here's an interesting list of complementary therapy that you can take to manage your thyroid disorder. Incorporating one or more of these activities into your routine supports prescribed medical treatment. It not only has benefits to your thyroid but to your overall health and wellness too!

      Kristen Stewart of Everyday Health lists five things you can do to complement the treatment your doctors give you. Here's one I want to try!

      In a small study, a U.S. researcher, following the specific belief that acupuncture can help thyroid function by reducing a person's stress, found a decrease ...

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    8. What You Should Know About Starting and Running a Business

      What You Should Know About Starting and Running a Business

      Ever thought about building and running your own business? We're lucky to have stumbled upon this article from Living Well Spending Less so we can share it with you. It's called Are You Ready To Be Your Own Boss? 8 Truths About Running Your Own Business.

      It raises some important points. Here's one of them:

      When you own your own business, you’re in charge of making all the decisions. While initially, this sounds like a great deal, it’s also daunting and tough at times. If you don’t perform, you won’t earn money. The ...

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    9. 70 and Still Thriving

      70 and Still Thriving

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from The New York Times. It’s called Thriving at Age 70 and Beyond.

      In it, she picks out some of the most thought-provoking perspectives from Jane Giddan and Ellen Cole's book 70 Candles. Here’s one that we thought was particularly interesting:

      Whether married, single, widowed or divorced, participants reported that women friends were their greatest source of support and comfort.

      Check out the rest of Jane's article at the link below for more of her inspiring words.

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    10. Female Bosses on How Other Women Can Become Strong Leaders Too

      Female Bosses on How Other Women Can Become Strong Leaders Too

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Business News Daily. It’s titled Key Steps Women Can Take to Be Strong Leaders.

      It offers some thought-provoking perspectives. Here’s one that we thought was interesting:

      That's not to say that people should pretend inequality doesn't exist. Acknowledging the need for change is important, but more important are your actions and attitudes in the workplace. Encourage yourself and others, and don't let perceived detriments rule the day.

      To find out about other steps you could take, give the rest of this article a read...

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    11. Understanding Brain Fog Its Connection to Hormone Balance

      Understanding Brain Fog Its Connection to Hormone Balance

      Here's a fascinating article from the blog site Happy Healthy You. It's called Memory & Brain Fog.

      It shares some interesting perspectives. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      Poor mental capacity is a symptom of insufficient resources for the brain to function smoothly. Underpinning your happy hormone production in the brain is the quality of your diet and the health of the gut, liver, digestive and excretory systems. Besides making lifestyle changes, you need to address dietary insufficiencies, toxic load, bacterial overgrowth, inflammation and hormone imbalance to ensure a clean surge of nutrients, energy and oxygen is delivered to the ...

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    12. Riboflavin as Migraine Prevention

      Riboflavin as Migraine Prevention

      Here's a fascinating article from the Dr. Mercola. It's called Riboflavin for Migraine Prevention.

      It shares some fascinating insights. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      ...the authors link migraine pain to neurovascular dysfunction, inflammation and "dysfunction in cranial vascular contractility," and cite research showing people who have migraine with aura have lower levels of antioxidants and higher levels of oxidative stress than migraine-free controls.

      Take a look at the rest of this article for more context and information...

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    13. The Multifaceted Value Generation of the Renewable Energy Industry

      The Multifaceted Value Generation of the Renewable Energy Industry

      The push for renewable energy generates more value than just answering energy-related problems. Here's a fascinating article from the Electrical Contractors Magazine blog that echo these views. It's called Energy Efficiency Creates Jobs and Affordable Housing.

      It shares some interesting insights on some other ways the renewable energy industry is generating value for the community. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      On top of job creation, energy efficiency retrofits also contribute to the creation of affordable housing. The report notes that retrofits make homes more affordable, but they also lower the cost of housing by lowering utility bills. According ...

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    14. How Sleeping at Work Can Improve Your Productivity and Reduce Burnout

      How Sleeping at Work Can Improve Your Productivity and Reduce Burnout

      This article from Dr. Aviva Romm piqued our curiosity. She titles it To Prevent Burnout, Take More Breaks.

      In it, Dr. Romm offers up some really fascinating nuggets of wisdom. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      Huge shifts can happen if you take a major break between your workday and evening. Studies have shown, for example, that nurses who take a 15-minute break at the end of a stressful workday have healthier cortisol rhythms at night. Healthier evening cortisol levels also help your weight, hormones, blood sugar, cravings and sleep. 

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    15. 6 Reasons Why Art is Good for Your Mental Health

      6 Reasons Why Art is Good for Your Mental Health

      Mental health greatly affects our quality of life. There are different ways to help work through our issues, and one is becoming increasingly popular: art therapy. 

      Tara Reed of Lifehack writes why art can help us deal with emotional problems:

      Art therapy is rooted in Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung’s theories of the subconscious and unconscious and based on the idea that visual symbols and images are the most readily accessible forms of communication. 

      Learn more about how creating art is good for the soul by reading the full article.

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    16. How You Can Deal with Anticipatory Grief

      How You Can Deal with Anticipatory Grief

      Anticipatory grief is the feeling many people live with when they are taking care of a loved one who is on the verge of passing away. This is very different from conventional grief that is felt after death because it happens in the limbo between maintaining hope for recovery and acknowledging the possibility of loss. 

      This article by Lyn Eldridge, MD, of Very Well Health, lists some ways that those in this difficult situation can cope. She writes:

      Sacrificing to support another at the end of life is one of the most important things you will ever do. Just make ...

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    17. How the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 Changed Minds about Equal Pay for Women in Sports

      How the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 Changed Minds about Equal Pay for Women in Sports

      The excitement around this year's FIFA Women's World Cup has not only brought the U.S. Women's National Team to the forefront of the sport, but also to the forefront of a bigger fight: that of equal pay.

      Joanna Piacenza writes for the Morning Consult on a recent survey reflecting a change of mindset on this issue after their epic win:

      While most respondents said their minds weren’t changed (40 percent) or offered no opinion (21 percent), more than one-third of the U.S. public said they now consider the gender pay gap in professional sports ...

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    18. One Woman's Recovery from Empty Nest Syndrome

      One Woman's Recovery from Empty Nest Syndrome

      As we advance into retirement, there are a lot of big changes that many find difficult to cope with. After years of working and raising kids, suddenly you find yourself with neither. How do we deal?

      On the Huffington Post, hear one woman's story of discovering herself in the aftermath of the empty nest syndrome. One year after her kids moved out, Brette Sember writes about how she was able to create a happy life for herself despite these big changes:

      Rebuilding myself was the way to heal from the loss of my life as a mom of kids ...

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    19. The Connection between Zzzs and Thyroid Disorders

      The Connection between Zzzs and Thyroid Disorders

      Traditional thyroid treatments focus on diet, medicines, and exercise. While these have been scientifically proven to help improve thyroid conditions, there is an important component that appears to be missing: sleep.

      Gretchen Lidicker, M.S., writes for MBG Health on the connection between getting quality shut-eye and thyroid disorders:

      If you have hyperthyroidism, you're likely to be jittery and suffering from insomnia. And ironically, this lack of sleep can harm your thyroid even further. 

      Think that improving your sleeping patterns could help your thyroid problem and your quality of life? Read on the find out!

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    20. Importance of Cortisol in Maintaining Hormone Balance

      Importance of Cortisol in Maintaining Hormone Balance

      Came across this fascinating piece from Dr. Anna Cabeca and it really piqued our interest. It's called Blame it on the Cortisol.

      It shares some intriguing points. Here’s one of them:

      Over time, the adrenals will no longer pump out the needed level of cortisol. Why? Because our brain has decided to shut down cortisol production altogether, to protect itself from these high cortisol outputs. 

      If you want more, give the full article a quick read at the website linked below…

       

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    21. Women Make Excellent Negotiators

      Women Make Excellent Negotiators

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article by Tara Mohr. It’s called Negotiation Tips: Take it from Women.

      It offers some thought-provoking perspectives. Here’s one that we thought was interesting:

      This study turned our cultural stereotype about what a great negotiator looks like on its head, linking stereotypically feminine traits — listening skills, reading others emotions, verbal communication — to effective negotiation. That new idea, simply mentioned once, dramatically changed how both women and men performed in the negotiation.

      To find out more, take a look at the rest of this write-up.

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    22. Bloggers on FIRE: Who to Follow if You want to Gain "Financial Independence and Retire Early"

      Bloggers on FIRE: Who to Follow if You want to Gain "Financial Independence and Retire Early"

      The "Financial Independence, Retire Early" (FIRE) idea is gaining traction, and here are 9 blogs that you should consider reading if FIRE is one of your goals. Kelly Anne Smith of Forbes Magazine shares the 9 bloggers who are at the forefront of this movement--and 6 of these are women!

      Here's something I found interesting from the anonymous blogger behind Frugal Girl:

      The money is one thing, but the bigger goal should be to find the current joy in living,” she says. “Even if you reach a million dollars you can be miserable. You should be able to say ...

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    23. How To Pick A Good Chew Toy for Your Dog

      How To Pick A Good Chew Toy for Your Dog

      Chew toys are great for exercising the jaw, helping maintain oral hygiene, and alleviating boredom for our furry pals. But there are a lot of dangers involved in chew toys. They can be stuck in the dog's digestive or respiratory tract, cause teeth breakage, or include harmful chemicals that could impact the health of our dogs. So among the rows and rows of chew toys, how do you pick the right one?

      C.C. Holland of Whole Dog Journal gives an in-depth look at common materials used in chew toy manufacture and the pros and cons of each. Regardless ...

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    24. 10 Easy Stretching Exercises You Can Do Right In Your Cubicle

      10 Easy Stretching Exercises You Can Do Right In Your Cubicle

      If you think spending hours sitting down staring at a computer has no toll on your health, you'd be wrong. There's a lot of strain on the eyes, on the back, and on the legs while we're working hard at the office. But since most of us don't have the luxury of being able to quit our jobs and spend time just to keep our bodies healthy, here's an interesting article on how you can minimize the risks associated with long hours at the office.

      Paige Waehner of VeryWellFit lists 10 easy stretching exercises you ...

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