Painkillers and surgery are not your only options.
It’s a debilitating illness that affects approximately 200 million women of childbearing age worldwide.
Yet, for a disease so prevalent, endometriosis remains frequently underdiagnosed and untreated, not to mention misunderstood.
You may have had to consult with various doctors before finally getting the right diagnosis.
The unbearable pain you constantly experience, even outside your period, may have been dismissed by your bosses or co-workers as laziness or being over-dramatic.
Your friends may not be able to grasp why you’re canceling on them yet again, because your condition affects not only your body, but your emotions as well.
Because even doctors still don’t completely understand endometriosis, its treatment can vary in terms of effectiveness.
Often, treatment is focused on managing pain, only providing temporary relief and not actually addressing the underlying issues.
However, with a holistic approach, you can get to the bottom of what’s causing your symptoms, and harness your own body to fight back.
In How to Heal Endometriosis Naturally, you’ll find natural solutions that will allow you to combat this illness. Inside, you will discover:
- The surprising symptoms that could be tied to endometriosis, even though they have nothing to do with your uterus
- Why traditional medical treatments for endometriosis may not be the best options for your health and fertility
- How you can alleviate your pain naturally with this highly effective mindfulness practice
- The common ingredient that could be making your symptoms worse, and how to determine if you need to cut it out of your diet
- 8 simple food swaps you can make to eat healthier without feeling deprived
- Why your skin care regimen could be exposing you to harmful levels of estrogen, and what additives you need to avoid
- How to deal with the emotional impact of endometriosis and keep bad days from knocking you down
- The perfect exercise to improve circulation and reduce stress — even those with chronic pain can do it!
And much more.
You may have lived with your symptoms for so long that you feel it’s normal to be in constant pain.
But you don’t have to resign yourself to a life of painkillers, fatigue, and depression because of this disease.
You can do something about it, and you should.
Start your journey toward natural healing and discover the joy of being able to live life on your own terms.