It is surprising that indoor air can actually have higher concentrations of toxins than outdoor air. There are several reasons why this is the case, from the food you consume, to the shoes you wear, toxins get introduced to our homes daily in many different ways.
Going through puberty can be a difficult time for both teens and parents. There are many physical, emotional and psychological changes that occur and as a parent it is normal to feel unsure about how to best support your child through this time.
You can expect your first period to be very light, sometimes with spotting or a small amount of blood. A typical menstrual cycle is approximately 28 days long however, in the first few years of menstruation, your period may be irregular.
Veeda feminine products are made with GMO-free cotton to ensure that the most sensitive part of your body only comes into contact with the purest ingredients. Cotton is one of the world’s oldest known fibres and remains the most widely used natural fibre in the world.
Even today in 2022, Menstrual taboos still exist in many cultures, resulting in the stigmatisation, exclusion, and discrimination against millions of people around the world, simply because they menstruate.
A two-year study conducted by NASA in 1989 compiled a list of air filtering plants which contribute to living a less toxic life. In the study they found that indoor air pollution can be greatly mitigated by the introduction of these plants as they act as a natural air filter.
Your vagina is meant to have a smell just like any other part of your body! Its scent varies based on factors such as your hydration level, food intake, medication, overall health status and timing of your menstrual cycle.
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are extremely common particularly in sexually active women of reproductive ages. UTIs are generally caused by bacteria that enters your urethra during sexual activity. One in two women have had a UTI meaning many women will experience the pain of a UTI at some point in their lives.
“Rules” and stereotypes about genders begin in childhood affecting our behaviours, attitudes, and ambitions. These behaviours, attitudes and ambitions follow us into adulthood, influencing how we feel (favourably or unfavourably), towards someone or something, including ourselves.