Monday 24 April 2023

Ultimate Endometriosis Management Plan continued #ENDOCHAMPIONS


Today I am continuing my endometriosis management plan from where I left it in my last post here

Post by breakfast at 10 a.m. I take my Ayurvedic medicines and give myself some hours of 'me time' in which if I have pain or am in my menstrual cycle I curl up with a heating pad on my stomach doing my work on my laptop or taking work calls, till I feel better. 

I also sip some soothing teas like chamomile or sweet rose tea or green tea or read while fidgeting between a lot of other things I do. I try to be peaceful during this time and get charged up for the rest of my day. 

30 minutes of rest helps in getting rid of the fatigue which starts building in the late afternoon. Resting or maybe doing something that you really love to boost your happy hormones. They can really be very effective in kicking out our sickness.

At 3 p.m. I have lunch including salads and normal healthy food followed by a casual stroll of 10 minutes. Because I rest a lot I try and move a lot within the house whenever I can.

This mantra is really effective for people like us who cannot do a rigorous Pilate or gym workout, more than the intensity of the workout I feel it is the consistency and the discipline that matter more. Just keep moving that’s it whenever u can, that’s our exercise. 

Keeping my munching habit in control is also vital. If hungry, munching on fruits helps. Simple lifestyle changes work wonders for us. We need to keep away from alcohol, caffeine, and red meat.

At 5p.m. I have a cup of black tea and roasted fox nuts followed by dinner at 7-8 p.m.  I take my night endometriosis medicines post that and if there is pain that day I include the Ayurvedic painkiller too so that I sleep well and wake up fresh. 

I also meditate and manifest before I sleep for our last thoughts before sleep remain in our brain for the longest time.

Another therapy that helps in managing the symptoms well is happiness therapy. I shall talk to you at length about it tomorrow.


You too can become an #ENDOCHAMPION and help us spread awareness about this whole body inflammation by sharing our posts and connecting with anyone in need. Trust me together we can make a big difference because this disease and its ignorance can be really harsh and as a patient, I myself have contemplated suicide several times and would like to save many others from the agony. You can join the support group by clicking here: Endometriosis Awareness and Support Group India

If not anything else just by letting them share their pain with us, we can soothe them. I will be grateful for any support from you on this. You can read my EndoJourney here: 

A Tribute to an Endometriosis Warrior on a Mission

During April, I will pen several eye-opening posts about this disease. Kindly keep sharing them so that more and more people become aware of the available solutions for this otherwise nontreatable condition.

You can read the previous posts of this series below:

A: An earnest endeavor: Launch of Endometriosis Awareness and Support Group India

B: Be Alert: What is endometriosis and important FAQs on it

C: Can Endometriosis be cured? Comparison of Allopathy Vs Homeopathy Vs Ayurveda Treatments Available

D: Detailed Diagnosis of Endometriosis in India

E: Endometriosis treatment cost in India

F: Fertility Issues Due to Endometriosis in India

G: Good news is Ayurveda treats endometriosis completely

H: Hysterectomy as a Treatment for Endometriosis

I: Involvement of a Family Member in an Endometriosis Patient’s Life is Vital

J: Joint Pain In Endometriosis

K: Knowledge of the Do’s and Don’ts of endometriosis

L: List of Home Remedies in Endometriosis

M: Menopause helps in relieving Endometriosis- Truth or Myth? 

N: Note that every endometriosis patient is at risk for Adenomyosis

O: One must be aware of the Side Effects of Endometriosis Medication 

P: Power to defeat the disease lies in our subconscious

Q: Quickly evaluating if Stress is the Cause or the Result of Endometriosis

R: Researches on Endometriosis

S: Sleep Disruption and Fatigue in Endometriosis

T: Tried and Tested Endometriosis Management Plan

Hi everyone, thanks for dropping by, this is my eighth consecutive #BlogchatterA2Z and global #AtoZchallenge, and this year I am penning about Endometriosis. I will so look forward to your feedback, please do let me know how you are finding it, in all earnestly. In case you wish to check out what I wrote in the last 5 challenges here are the links for 201620172018 201920202021, and 2022.

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