podcast

July 26, 2021

How Endometriosis Impacts Mental Health

with podcast guest

Jessica Murnane

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Jessica Murnane is an author, speaker, and creative consultant. Her most recent book, Know Your Endo: An Empowering Guide To Health + Hope With Endometriosis is a straightforward guide to making endo more manageable. Jessica is a sought-after speaker and has spoken at Apple, SXSW, and Wanderlust, among others.

In this episode, we talk about how disruptive endometriosis is to the lives of those who have the disease, how it affects mental health and what to do about that, why it’s important to remember that there is hope with endo, and so much more!

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Highlights

  • The long road to Jessica’s endometriosis diagnosis
  • Why it was important to Jessica to write Know Your Endo
  • What you need to know about the stages of endometriosis
  • Endometriosis symptoms that are often overlooked
  • Why symptom awareness and understanding endometriosis is critical
  • How endometriosis impacts your mental health
  • Jessica’s top strategies for taking care of your mental health
  • How to find a diet that works for your body
  • Having a healthy relationship with someone with endometriosis
  • Debunking two of the biggest myths about endometriosis

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