A comprehensive guide to health and hope for those living with endometriosis, with tools and strategies to help manage pain and symptoms through diet, movement, and stress management practices.
‘I’m so thrilled to have a book that’s dedicated to endometriosis to recommend to my clients, thank you Jess for writing the guide to endo that we’ve all been waiting for!’ Maisie Hill, author of Period Power and Perimenopause Power
‘Jessica has created a fantastic resource for people with endometriosis everywhere, backed up by research, personal experience, and true compassion.’ Dr. Rupy Aujla, author of Eat To Beat Illness and The Doctor’s Kitchen
‘This comforting, instructive, inclusive, honest, and relatable guide will bring hope to many sufferers that a good life with endo isn’t just possible for the lucky ones, but accessible for all.’ Jody Day, psychotherapist, founder of Gateway Women. author of Living the Life Unexpected: How to Find Hope, Meaning and a Fulfilling Future Without Children
Endometriosis isn’t just about having “painful periods.” It can be a complex, debilitating, and all-encompassing condition that impacts one’s mental health, relationships, and career. Endo affects 1 in 10 women and girls across the globe, but even after receiving a diagnosis, many are still left in the dark about their condition. In Know Your Endo, Jessica Murnane breaks through the misinformation and gives essential guidance, encouragement, and practical lifestyle tools to help those living with endo have more control and feel better in their bodies.
In this empowering and heartfelt guide, Jessica, who suffers from endo herself, shares a progressive five-week plan focused on learning a new management tool each week. Including sections on diet (with recipes!), movement, products, and personal-care rituals, Know Your Endo eases readers into a new lifestyle and arms them with the information needed to truly understand their condition. Insights and help from endometriosis doctors and experts are woven throughout, as well as first-person accounts of how endo can impact every aspect of your life.
Finally, there’s a resource for all people suffering in silence from this chronic condition offering what they need most: hope.