- Embracing Your Natural Cycles

Embracing Your Natural Cycles

Embracing Your Natural Cycles

It is good to be aware of your natural cycle when you do not want to get pregnant, as when you do start trying for a baby it make the process less intense or stressful because you are more relaxed about the process.

Knowing your natural rhythms helps you though many times in your hormonal life from teenage, conception, pregnancy, post natal care, caring for your family, coping with a demanding career, menopause towards wise woman. Two ways to become empowered and embrace this amazing power within you are to consider this latest app Natural Cycles the inventor Dr Elina Berglund talked to Jane Garvey about on BBC Radio 4’s  Women’s hour this week and the empowering book Wild Power.

I wish these insights had been around when I was younger as it is so important to embrace your female strength and capability.

Natural Cycles app

‘Natural Cycles is the only Medical app that has been certified in the EU as a medical device for contraception.

Natural cycles provides women with an option for a more natural approach to contraception and a way to better understand their body, menstrual and reproductive cycle. Natural cycles increases contraceptive choice and may provide an effective option for women who are unhappy with their current method of contraception.’

Wild Power: Discover the Magic of Your Menstrual Cycle and Awaken the Feminine Path to Power

by Alexandra Pope (Author) and Sjanie Hugo Wurlitzer (Contributor)

 

‘The menstrual cycle is a vital and vitalizing system in the female body, yet our understanding of and respect for this process is both limited and distorted. Few women really know about the physiology of their cycle, and many do not see it as an integral part of their health and wellbeing, let alone as a potential guide to emotional and spiritual empowerment.’

And of course to help you embrace and regulate your natural cycle what better than the natural traditional five element acupuncture which is all about cycles and embracing nature.

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