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The Number 1 Form of Self Care for Women

For the past years, Self Care has become a major buzz word, and for good reason too. Self Care means more than relaxing with a face mask and scented candle, or practicing mindfulness.

True Self Care involves making the conscious decision to take care of yourself, and actually making the time to do that.

What’s the science of true self care?

Oddly enough, women often forget that taking care of their reproductive health is one of the most important ways to practice Self Care! Taking care of your menstrual cycle and your hormonal health doesn’t have to involve dreading when your next period will come and thinking about your health then, but forgetting about it for the rest of the month.

Your body works a dynamic unit, and your hormones work together to make sure everything’s running smoothly, including your mood, sleep, skin, and nutritional balance.

Read a 2017 study about the importance of ovulation to a woman’s health.

We get it. That’s a lot to keep track of. FEMM can help you get started with these three simple steps:

1. Track Your Menstrual Cycle Wherever You Go!

We don’t stop at tracking your menstrual cycle hormones. The free FEMM app goes the extra mile. It allows you to actively achieve your health and reproductive goals by asking you key questions like:

  • Are you using the app to achieve or avoid pregnancy?
  • Or to track your health?

By enabling daily notifications to remind you to update your chart, you get the benefit of a personal health diary in your pocket.

The FEMM app helps you track your day to day biomarkers (mood, bleeding, cervical fluid, etc.) with a few simple steps. It gives you tips about and insights into what’s happening in your cycle and what you can do to achieve your set goal.

Download the app today!

2. Understand Your Cycle and What Your Body is Saying

Did you know that around 40% of 1000 surveyed women in the United States aren’t familiar with their menstrual cycle hormones?

Women between the ages of 18-24 years in the study lacked important knowledge about conception, fertility, and ovulation.

Let FEMM’s educational program help you emerge from the fog. Take a FEMM Class to learn more about how your reproductive and endocrine (hormone) systems work together to influence your overall health. Spoiler alert: Your monthly cycle is actually the clue to know if all your hormones are acting as they should.

Spoiler alert: Your monthly cycle is actually the clue to know if all your hormones are acting as they should.

3. Call in the Reinforcements!

To all women who experience extreme symptoms such as painful periods, acne, weight gain, and more, FEMM is here for you.

There’s a lot of fiction regarding your cycle. Get the facts.

Well-balanced menstrual cycle hormones are vital to a woman’s health. With our comprehensive physical and lab workup system, you can easily diagnose and treat the root causes of your health conditions in specialized clinics.

Schedule an appointment with one of our FEMM trained practitioners to benefit from our protocols and research, and to find out how to put that information to use in a way that’s meaningful to you.

So, are you ready to take charge? Let this year be the year we achieve our #SelfCareGoals with FEMM.

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