10 episodes

Welcome to the My Hormones My Health Podcast! My name is Laura, and I have PMDD.
Come with me as I navigate my way through the highs, the lows and the even lowers of my hormones and health. I can't promise I'll have all the answers, but at the heart of everything I do, I'll be aiming to spread a message of hope that a life with hormone and health issues can be compatible with a life of joy.
This podcast won't only be looking at PMDD, but also taboo subjects such as periods and mental health, and I'll be joined by guest speakers who will share their own experiences with these issues.
Feel free to get in touch at hormonesandhealth@outlook.com.

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My Hormones My Health Laura Teare-Jones

    • Mental Health
    • 5.0 • 16 Ratings

Welcome to the My Hormones My Health Podcast! My name is Laura, and I have PMDD.
Come with me as I navigate my way through the highs, the lows and the even lowers of my hormones and health. I can't promise I'll have all the answers, but at the heart of everything I do, I'll be aiming to spread a message of hope that a life with hormone and health issues can be compatible with a life of joy.
This podcast won't only be looking at PMDD, but also taboo subjects such as periods and mental health, and I'll be joined by guest speakers who will share their own experiences with these issues.
Feel free to get in touch at hormonesandhealth@outlook.com.

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    Episode 10 - Running for Mental Health

    Episode 10 - Running for Mental Health

    "Running makes us believe we're capable of getting through the hard stuff, and creates a space for us to acknowledge how we feel."
    After battling with her own mental health issues, Jessica used her love of running to create Run Talk Run - a weekly 5k which gives people the chance to talk, run and support each other. On this episode we discuss our love/hate relationships with running, and the impact it can have on mental health, and the conversation surrounding it.


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    • 28 min
    Episode 9 - Menopause and Life after PMDD

    Episode 9 - Menopause and Life after PMDD

    “It’s never too late to be who you might have been. My hormones have dictated many things about my life, but with my knowledge and education, I’m now embracing hormones and making it a part of my future.”
    June survived PMS, PMDD and endometriosis, had a hysterectomy, and now, as well as taking on the menopause, she’s also using her experiences to help and empower others, by setting up her very own Menopause Café.

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    • 49 min
    Episode 8 - Rachel

    Episode 8 - Rachel

    On this episode, we shed some light on PCOS - Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. We talk about "women's problems" at work, and why we need to start the hormones and health conversation earlier.
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    • 35 min
    Episode 7 - Sarah

    Episode 7 - Sarah

    We've talked a lot about medicinal and therapeutic treatments for PMDD, and today Sarah and I delve deeper into the holistic approach to managing symptoms.
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    • 48 min
    Episode 6 - Anna

    Episode 6 - Anna

    "PMDD has two awkward elements: periods and mental health, that both hold such stigma."
    On this episode, Anna tells me about the challenges she faces physically and mentally when it comes to PMDD.

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    • 33 min
    Episode 5 - Catherine Mousley

    Episode 5 - Catherine Mousley

    Catherine shares her experiences of mental health, PMDD and postnatal depression.
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    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Malteasergirl ,

A great podcast

A refreshing listen about a subject that needs to be heard about. Keep up the good work Laura.

jaycp96 ,

Open & honest about the highs as well as the lows

Life with PMDD is far from easy but seeing/hearing about how it is possible to have a life full of joy along side a hormonal condition is a breath of fresh air as opposed to the ‘you’re doomed forever’ mentality that I’ve heard others have towards PMDD. I genuinely look forward to hearing more.

Jess-man utd!!! ,

Educational and inspiring

Laura has a lovely calming voice that is so easy to listen to. I don’t have PMDD but I have struggled with anxiety in the past and this podcast is educational for all mental health issues.

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