Hormone Coach Assists 100 Women in Tackling Hormone Illness


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In an effort to address the often overlooked issue of hormone illness among women and girls, a non-profit organization Perfect Symphony, in collaboration with Empowered Women, has been providing support and guidance to those affected.

Through life coaching, training, and promoting natural methods such as lifestyle changes, the initiative aims to raise awareness and improve the lives of women and girls living with hormone-related conditions.

Hormone illness typically manifests as irregular periods and a lack of ovulation.

Tatenda Makayi, an ambassador for Hormone Wellness, has been at the forefront of this campaign, conducting consultations and training both within the country and abroad.

Her efforts have impacted over 100 women nationwide, offering them valuable assistance in managing their hormone-related challenges.

Makayi emphasized the importance of women taking charge of their hormonal balance, particularly in today’s fast-paced world.

“In today’s fast-paced world women often find themselves juggling hormone health as they fail to take charge of their hormonal balance.

“As Hormone wellness coaches we help young women and girls use natural ways like change of diet and lifestyle adjustment to tackle hormone illness,” she said.

Makayi has also been involved in digital advocacy through Empowered Women, providing virtual consultations to women of reproductive age, as hormone issues often begin during adolescence.

The initiative aims to help women and girls understand conditions like polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and learn effective strategies for managing them.

According to the World Health Organization, a significant number of reproductive-aged women worldwide remain undiagnosed, with estimates ranging from 8 percent to 13 percent.

By increasing awareness and offering practical support, the Hormone Wellness Coach and Empowered Women strive to bridge this diagnostic gap and empower women to take control of their hormone health.

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