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Happy Women’s Health Week! September’s Out Of The Woods Comment

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Women’s health is a massive topic and as a woman myself, I have learnt so much through my own health journey. Women have a different and very delicate balance of hormones that need to work in coordination in order to be optimally healthy. Unfortunately these hormones are out of balance long before many females have control over the choices for their own health. For example, it is common for young girls to start taking the contraceptive pill from an early age, for many reasons besides contraception, such as for acne and skin problems. This interferes with the body’s natural hormonal balance and often has catastrophic effects later down the track. Further, as a practitioner at Health Space, one of the biggest areas of health that I love to help with is preconception and pregnancy care. It’s one of my absolute favourite areas of treatment as a chiropractor and there are many women I have taken care of before, during and after their pregnancy. I loved it so much that I went and studied to become a doula, so I could be present at my clients’ births as well. Similarly, there are many practitioners at all Health Space locations who have a keen focus on helping you and other women navigate the hormonal and health pitfalls that each stage of our life brings us.

From puberty, to managing careers, to learning about fertility, preparing and experiencing pregnancy and labour, through to menopause, women have a long, varied and most importantly, privileged journey through various life stages. At each point in your life stage, our health needs are diverse and there are specific lifestyles practices that we can do to support ourselves and nourish each step of our life and health journey.

In this month’s newsletter, we have many informative articles to assist women at any stage in their life manage and support their health. As women, we have the amazing opportunity and privilege of carrying and birthing babies but with this comes a host of of physical, biochemical and emotional aspects to contend with. Nadine Richardson of She Births has provided a wonderful Q&A about all things fertility, pregnancy, birth and being a woman. Jan Denecke of Health Space Rozelle sheds light on menopause and provides tools that can assist you navigate into this new chapter of life with grace and ease. Emma Barrett of the Potts Point clinic speaks to naturally managing PCOS, a burgeoning health condition that is being researched more and more. Mona Vale nutritionist Kerryn Odell helps you make your way towards happier hormones, and Patricia Rufus of Rozelle talks to the amazing benefits of fasting and how to do it.

To celebrate Women’s Health Week, Health Space is also running a competition for you and a friend to win a nutrition / naturopathy consult, free month of sauna*, 2 weeks of a detoxification supplement program and a gut health ebook. This is one of the best giveaways we have done to date, so make sure you enter in clinic, or by visiting this link!

The structure and function of your body, what you eat, the toxins you are exposed to, the supplements you take, the support you have from your partner and loved ones are all integral factors in the health of a woman. We are here to help and support you through this journey though treatment, education and inspiration. Happy Woman’s Health Week.

During the month of September, all clients of Health Space can have the opportunity enter them and a friend to WIN a free nutrition consult, month of sauna, 2 weeks of a detoxification supplement program, and gut health ebook. Enter your name and your friends name in clinic, or at this link.

*For applicable clinics – such as Kings Cross, Mona Vale, Rozelle and Bondi Junction.

Author: Kate Wood

Kate has represented Australia as an 800m runner, winning five Australian titles and competing on the international stage. She also lectured track & field at the Australian College of Physical Education. After being forced into an early retirement due to injury, Kate turned to helping others with their health and wellness, with a special focus on families, pre-conception, pregnancy and paediatrics.

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