From surgery to natural therapies, This EndoLife brings you guests who are challenging chronic illnesses and mental health issues in their own unique ways, and are changing lives with their inspiring work. Hosted by Jessica Duffin of This EndoLife.com.
A Very Special Thanksgiving Announcement - My Course is Here!
Happy Thanksgiving to our lovely community!
I’ve been working on something in the past few months, and as a thank you for being such an amazing bunch, I wanted to finally share it with you today.
I'm inviting you to become a Founding Member of my very first online course.
Endometriosis, SIBO, Interstitial Cystitis and Allergies: The Histamine Connection
Endometriosis, small intestine bacterial overgrowth and allergies. What do they have in common?
Whilst these conditions are multifaceted and often don’t have one root cause, there is a clear common thread connecting them all.
The Association Between Endometriosis and Allergies
Do you have suffer with food allergies or airborne allergies? Perhaps you get fits of sneezing or watery eyes in the summer, or maybe you suffer with a chronically stuffy or runny nose? Perhaps you flare up with dairy or break out in a rash after shellfish.
Sound familiar? You're not alone.
Research has found a significant prevalence of allergies within the endometriosis community, showing that people with endo are at an increased risk of experiencing allergies.
Natural Treatment Options and Self-care Practices for PMDD and Endometriosis with Rebecca Sairs
Rebecca Sairs is the PMDD health coach helping people with PMDD take back control of their wellbeing with natural methods, self-care and empowering coaching. After experiencing PMDD herself, and struggling with the options of treatment available, Rebecca started down a holistic healing journey which eventually led her to specialise in PMDD as a health coach. As many of us endo warriors also live with PMDD, I thought it was an essential to have her on the show!
Five Fatigue and Brain Fog Hacks for Endometriosis
Brain fog and fatigue. These are two of the biggest symptoms you guys tell me you suffer with.
Chronic inflammation, dysregulated blood sugar and hormonal imbalances are just some of the issues that can be behind your brain fog and fatigue, not just the endometriosis alone. But I know you guys are keen for some solutions you can add to your daily routines to make your lives easier, so here are some easy strategies that might give you a boost and ease these symptoms…
Five Natural Tips to Reduce Oestrogen Dominance and Balance Hormones with Endometriosis
In episode 107 I took you through what oestrogen dominance is, the causes and the symptoms, alongside seven foods to help alleviate the hormonal imbalance. If you haven’t listened to that episode yet, go ahead and check it out, then come back to this one!
Today, I’m taking you through five natural lifestyle and nutrition tips to reduce oestrogen dominance and balance hormones with endometriosis.
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What a fantastic resource for endo sufferers!
Thank you so much Jessica for this podcast! I’m currently in year 1 of my nutrition course and have a young friend who suffers with endo. This podcast has really helped me to understand all the challenges that an endo sufferer is faced with. Your candid communication, useful subjects and professional recordings make it so easy to listen to. The interviews with some amazing people have broadened my knowledge on what is out there for those suffering with endometriosis. I’m excited that this disease is starting to get more recognition in the UK. I’m sure your podcast has helped this change. Big thanks! Keep up the good work.
I would like to thank Jessica for This EndoLife podcast on endometriosis.
I have suffered for way too long with this condition and I have never come across something so supportive and knowledgable, with practical and emotional solutions. It’s really inspired me to help live my life in a new way with endometriosis and find ways to put me first. I admire you for living with this and helping others live with it.
It’s lovely to see Jessica addressing this condition on a public platform. When first being diagnostics with endometriosis, it’s hard to find a place to give you insightful advice. Being a sufferer for quite some time, it’s lovely to see her wearing her heart on her sleeve and sharing her story, along with others sharing their best advice and stories as well.
Don’t be afraid to speak up about this condition- educate others and stand tall because this is something that should not bring you down or make you feel alone. There are others out there that will always have your back!