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To start helping your body through its cycle with a simple tweak to your diet – begin with Seed Rotation which can help to support your body through the follicular and luteal phases.
If you’re already doing seed cycling, then the next step I suggest for all women who are having periods (including teens) is to chart your cycle using your temperature and observing changes in cervical mucus – here’s a printable chart and an explanation of how to use it.
I recommend Fertility Friend for charting online, they have a great (private) website as well as an app, and their charts are really easy to complete and read. Have a look at Fertility Charting Basics for a quick introduction.
If you find charting difficult, you’re being woken at night, or you don’t sleep for a 3 hour stretch at one time, then you may want to try Ovusense – an internal sensor used overnight links to an app on your phone – super easy to use and very accurate data. Do let me know if you’re considering using Ovusense as I can access a discount for you.
Male fertility can be boosted with a few tweaks to your lifestyle – here are my 5 Fertility Tips for Men.
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Lots of information is available via the internet, so to save you a bit of time, I’ve made a list of reliable sources that might help you. If you find something useful that’s not on the list – send me a link!
You can visit my Youtube channel where you will find all my videos by clicking the above icon. These videos aim to show you to use simple reflexology techniques to support your wellbeing. Feel free to try one out, you can even combine them to customise your own routine!
There are free resources which link to the videos. You can download/print them from the Resources section above – including diagrams to help you locate specific areas to focus on.
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If you have any questions about reflexology then please send me an email. I hope these videos help you – if you have a suggestion for a topic you’d like me to cover then just ask.
Reflexologists are not qualified to diagnose, or treat serious medical conditions. If you have a concern about your health or wellbeing, or that of someone you care for, please contact your GP (family doctor) first.
The NHS also run a helpline for when your GP is not available, telephone 111 to contact them.
If you are unable to contact your doctor, or would like further advice on issues that are impacting your life and wellbeing, some of the following organisations may be of use to you.