The second HER Health Collective Roundtable of 2022 discusses how mothers can best navigate the postpartum period, who should be a part of that postpartum care support team, how parents from different socioeconomic backgrounds can access the care they need, different approaches to finding balance in life (particularly as a parent), and how to approach difficult parenting decisions when overwhelmed by information from outside sources.
Every three minutes, a food allergy reaction sends someone to the emergency room. So how do we keep your little one safe, while still ensuring that they are able to take part in social events, eat out at restaurants, and thrive developmentally?
A fundamental to burnout is respecting your bandwidth, the energy and mental capacity you have to get things done. It turns out that kids have a major impact on that. Erayna shares three things that she has either learned or that has been reinforced about mitigating burnout.
Over the years, Dr. Charryse Johnson has worked with dozens, maybe hundreds of moms and there’s one statement that every one of them has made. “There’s not enough time, and when I don’t get everything done that I truly desire, I feel like a failure.” That’s all or none thinking and Dr. Charryse is going to teach you that there’s another way!
Supplementing with low-dose lithium aims to support the body’s daily nutritional need for lithium. This is very different from the dosage of lithium as medication. Lithium has numerous health benefits, particularly for brain health and overall mood.