Welcome to the Coffee with Karen podcast, where the host Karen Roberts covers a wide range of topics from holistic health to current affairs, with a focus on mental, physical, and spiritual well-being. In this episode, Karen invites Adrienne Irizarry, an Eastern Medicine practitioner, to discuss period solutions for a symptom-free life.
Adrienne Irizarry is an expert in using non-invasive approaches to restore harmony and health to women's bodies. Her mission is to educate and empower women to heal their bodies naturally. During the episode, Karen and Adrienne discuss the lack of education around women's health and how it contributes to many women suffering in silence. Adrienne points out that 99% of the world's population has some sort of menstrual imbalance, and that even those who think their cycles are regular often have imbalances they are unaware of. The lack of education on women's health, coupled with the taboo surrounding periods in Western culture, leads many women to suffer in silence and not seek help.
Adrienne explains that there are four phases to a woman's cycle and that each of these phases has unique needs and gifts. Unfortunately, this aspect of women's health is often overlooked in the educational system, leaving women without the knowledge they need to care for their bodies properly. Karen and Adrienne discuss the frustration many women experience when they go to their doctor with symptoms related to their period, only to be told that their experience is normal. This lack of awareness among healthcare providers further perpetuates the issue.
Adrienne provides valuable insights into how women can achieve a symptom-free life by addressing the root causes of their menstrual imbalances. She offers practical tips and advice for women to take control of their health and well-being. Understanding the changes that happen during a woman's menstrual cycle can help her work with her body rather than against it. The speaker suggests that criticizing oneself in non-productive ways is a result of societal pressure on women to be productive and not lazy. If companies take into account the menstrual cycle of their female employees, they can get more productivity out of them.
The speaker also emphasizes the importance of body literacy and suggests that young women should learn about their bodies' fundamentals and practice caring for them. She also talks about how the menstrual cycle affects athletic and work performance and provides tips on how women can take control of their work schedules and take breaks during their periods.
The host shares a personal experience of feeling disempowered and unheard by the Western medical system, leading her to seek answers in Eastern medicine. She highlights the importance of treating the whole person, rather than just the problem area, and criticizes the siloed approach of Western medicine. The host believes that if there could be a better synergy between Western and Eastern medicine, it would benefit the patient. She shares her journey of developing Moon essence, a holistic approach to women's health, which aims to solve problems that Western medicine has been unable to address, such as endometriosis and fertility issues. The host stresses that she is not anti-Western medicine and acknowledges its benefits in emergency situations. She concludes that treating the whole person is crucial, and that Western medicine needs to adopt a more holistic approach to benefit the patient.
The guest, Adrienne Irizarry, talks about her alternative therapy practices that she uses to help clients deal with pain and emotional issues. She explains how her therapies can be used to clear stagnation and help the traffic of the body to flow smoothly, which can solve pain. She uses acupuncture and sound therapy to move things that are stuck and to address emotional symptoms. Her sound therapy uses forks that vibrate and are applied to acupuncture points, and she can also do this therapy remotely. She also talks about how her pelvic steaming therapy can help people with past trauma. The therapy involves using two acupuncture points on the pelvic region to move energy, emotions, and trauma.
It is a must-listen for women who want to work with their bodies and maximize their productivity.
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