Tag Archives | Women’s Empowerment

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#328: How to Get to the Root Cause of Autoimmune Disease with Donna Mazzola

Fifty million people in the US are suffering from autoimmune diseases, yet nobody seems to be talking about this epidemic. When you can better understand why you are experiencing the symptoms that you are, you can better control those symptoms and provide your body with what it needs to heal itself. Don’t settle for suffering without answers; it is time to get to the root cause of your autoimmunity today.

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#326: Powerful Techniques to Feel and Process Your “Mess,” Including Breathwork, Meditation, and Movement with Ashley Bernardi

It is one thing to know how to manage your triggers, but it is another thing to implement those strategies in the moments you need them most. While we all have the answers to what our bodies and hearts need hiding within our own internal wisdom, it takes patience, awareness, and stillness to be able to access and listen to that wisdom within.

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#324: How Doctors Convince Women That Their Symptoms Aren’t Real and How We Continue to Misdiagnosis with Elinor Cleghorn

Throughout history, women have been subjected to gaslighting when it comes to their pain and symptoms through claims of hysteria and frameworks of racism and misogyny. This belief is still prevalent in the medical system today and is why so many women go undiagnosed or dismissed for so long. However, by analyzing history and becoming our own advocates, we can shift the culture and the paradigm of how women are treated in the medical system in the US and worldwide.

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#319: Red Flags: 10 Ways We Gaslight Women in Medicine Today

As women, we visit the doctor seeking answers, pain relief, and support. Instead, we end up fighting stereotypes. Healthcare providers say our symptoms aren’t real. And we are treated as if we are overreacting. Women are more likely to have their pain minimized, their symptoms dismissed, and tests refused. This mishandling of complaints leads to delays in diagnosis and treatment, causing more pain and health problems.

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