Happy womb, happy woman. How to have a happy womb?
Have you ever talked to your womb? Think I’m bonkers for asking. No problem!!
But have you?!
How I think you have a happier womb: I suggest doing some womb meditations and some hands-on healing for a happy and balanced womb, and there are some incredible clean and accessible foods to help create a warm, healthy and receptive womb-space.
Mizan Therapy. This is a form of traditional reproductive healing. Most traditional medicine systems use abdominal massage, for both men and women.
Mizan is a gentle but effective way of massaging the abdomen that improves the flow of circulatory fluids of the blood, lymph and nervous systems to strengthen the muscles and ligaments that hold the internal organs in their optimum positions. Helping relieve congestion and helping to remove blockages to stimulate physical and emotional health and well-being.
It improves the health of the reproductive systems for both men and women, as well as benefitting the digestive system.
How does Mizan help women? The uterus is held in place by muscles and ligaments that can become contracted or over-stretched, allowing the womb to move out of her optimum position. This can lead to many varied symptoms.
The massage strengthens the ligaments, allowing them to heal and as they do so, guiding the uterus back into her centre.
The main indicators that Mizan would potentially be of benefit for you are some common symptoms.
Some of the main ones:
- Painful menstruation
- Irregular menstruation
- Painful ovulation
- Dark blood at the beginning or end of menstruation
- Fertility problems
- Chronic miscarriages
- Difficult pregnancy and birth
- Headaches/migraines with menstruation
- Lower backache with menstruation
- Pre-menstrual tension and depression
- Frequent urination, bladder infections, urge incontinence
- Chronic constipation
- Frequent vaginal infections
- Menopausal symptoms
Most of my clients really benefit from some womb TLC, in fact, I believe all women should see a Mizan therapist and continue to do their own self-care.
Hence me sharing the Mizan Therapy information on here.
For further information, visit the Mizan website.
Check out the hypnotherapy, meditations and ebooks section for more info on womb meditations.