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The Seed Exercise Physiology blog has a number of posts that provide you with advice, guidance and support relating to women’s health conditions and concerns.

Hypothalamic Amenorrhoea

WHAT IS HYPOTHALAMIC AMENORRHOEA? Hypothalamic amenorrhoea (HA) is defined as the cessation of menstruation due to abnormal signalling between the hypothalamus and pituitary gland due to deficient...

Female-Centric Medicine & The Gender Data Gap – What Does it Mean?

Historically, it was believed there weren’t any differences between men and women apart from their reproductive function and size. Men were, and still largely are, seen as the “norm” or the...

Chronic Pelvic Pain

Chronic pelvic pain is a highly complex condition that is extremely individualised. Sometimes it is associated with conditions such as endometriosis, pelvic floor dysfunction, the menstrual cycle,...

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Exercise and female sexual dysfunction

Exercise and female sexual dysfunction

What is female sexual dysfunction? Female sexual dysfunction (FSD) affects approximately 40% of women of all ages, and is defined by the various ways in which an individual is unable to participate in a sexual relationship as she would wish. FSD is a very complex and...

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Should Exercise Change Around the Menstrual Cycle?

Should Exercise Change Around the Menstrual Cycle?

The menstrual cycle has so many powers and is so great when you are able to understand and honour your body as it moves through the different phases of your cycle! It can really benefit our bodies if we sync the type of exercise we're doing to the phase of our cycle....

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Seed Exercise Physiology prescribes female-centred clinical exercise therapy and integrative health care to the unique physiology of women.