I have a confession to make. I saw my pelvic floor therapist earlier this week. She told me my tissues have improved in elasticity and look fantastic.
Between the blog posts and the book, it's been a full month of writing and LS.
This post covers the energy centre that isn't as anatomically-related as root chakra, however, many of the emotional aspects LS brings up can be found in this chakra.
Having written a book on chakras, I’d be remiss if I didn’t address the energy elephant in the room: the chakras involved in LS.
Many women with LS have a full daily care routine. I have a more minimal daily routine and include a longer session once or twice a week.
Yet another reason to commit to a breath practice for LS. Honestly, between increased anxiety, worry, often sleeplessness and oxidative stress, switching into parasympathetic mode (rest and digest) through breathing practice offers a boon of benefits.
There are three main types of trauma: Acute, Chronic, or Complex
When you start to feel better, you want to continue feeling better, so you are motivated to continue with your nourishing IF ritual.
Landing on a nourishing diet for LS seems to involve a process of reducing inflammation, healing the gut, eating nutrient-dense foods and balancing your blood sugar.
I'd already been turned onto investigating mast cells in the body. And mast cells led me to histamines.