Self-care is about identifying your needs for your physical, emotional, mental, or spiritual well-being and taking deliberate action to meet those needs. Self-care includes taking the time to do activities that nourish you; it also requires restricting situations or activities that interfere with your well-being. Knowing your limits and setting appropriate boundaries is important in your self-care. Letting go of people or situations that deplete you and making space for that which fills you with energy and joy is the essence of self-care. Self-care is an essential aspect self-love, and it means treating yourself with the same kindness and respect that you would treat others. [Read more…]
Your life changes significantly the moment you become pregnant. Aside from hormonal influences and the extra bodily stresses of being pregnant, you now have to act with increased awareness, as every action affects not only you, but your soon to be born child as well. A mothers physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being have a considerable impact on the developing fetus. During the months of pregnancy make your best efforts to provide wholesome nutrition for your baby as well as a soft, calm, pleasing atmosphere for it to flourish. [Read more…]
During pregnancy a mother’s body becomes more sensitive and receptive, and her body exhibits unusual symptoms as hormonal and physical changes take place. During pregnancy it is important to listen to your body and pay attention to any symptoms that you are experiencing. Problems that arise during pregnancy can indicate certain deficiencies or imbalances in your state of health. You can correct imbalances and relieve pregnancy related problems using safe and natural methods. [Read more…]
The cervix is the lowest part of the uterus which extends down into the vagina. Cervical dysplasia is the appearance of abnormal cells on the lining of the cervix. Abnormal cells are found via pap smear results.
There are usually no symptoms of cervical dysplasia. It is a common condition and mild cases often go away on their own.
Cervical dysplasia is NOT cancer; it is a cell transformation which COULD at one point transform into cancer. There is no need to panic if you have been diagnosed with cervical dysplasia. The progression to cervical cancer is very slow; it can take over ten years for cervical dysplasia to develop into cancer – IF it develops into cancer. [Read more…]