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There is a very strong connection between physical and mental health. People with chronic, physical illnesses are twice as likely to suffer from anxiety or depression.

Endometriosis is one of these chronic illnesses that its diagnosis takes a very long time, quite often women are being stigmatized by their doctors for being mentally ill.

Physical illnesses affect mental health because physical conditions are associated with abnormal levels of hormones and neurotransmitters.

Chronic woman

The diagnosis brings emotions of grief and shock!

It’s only natural to feel upset about the change of lifestyle but also to feel misunderstood by friends and family members who don’t have the same limitations.

This is why it’s vital to show the perspective of supporters who’s lives are also impacted by the partner’s chronic illness.

Chronic illnesses such as Endometriosis or Fibromyalgia can make you more likely to have anxiety, depression, or other mental health issues.

Studies show that chronic pain causes a negative cycle that can make other issues like anxiety and depression surface or become worse.

That, in turn, can worsen your pain.


A brutal, whole-body disease no one talks about…

Why don’t they?

It is extremely difficult to diagnose!

Endometriosis is a chronic illness that destroys the lives of 10% of women. The suffering is hard to deal with and diagnosis takes 7 to 8 years in the UK and even longer in other countries.

It’s invisible yet common and its impact on a woman’s life can be truly devastating.

This blog is aimed at educating people on what endometriosis is, what the current treatments are, and the effects that it has on sufferers and their partners.

We also help people with their mental health…

Why do we do it?

Because mental health matters!

In today’s world anxiety and depression are quite often the reason for arguments, broken relationships, destruction of families, and even suicide.

But despite these challenges, those frightening and sometimes dark moments are always possible to overcome.

Years of experience as a married couple and extensive research, allow us to show you how to deal with such struggles as a sufferer and supporter of mental health issues.

Mental health:

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Let's talk about this
thing called "Worry".

There are many definitions
. It is a state of being anxious and troubled over actual or potential problems. Worry refers to the thoughts, images, emotions, or even actions and it is of a negative nature.

In our experience, the best form of dealing with worrying is to focus on something else.

We’ll show you how to take this first difficult step, how to act on it, and how to make changes for the better.

Can I stop worrying
and improve my life?

Yes – anyone can!

Awareness of having a mental health issue is the beginning of change. It is one of the most important steps in the road to recovery. Don’t think of what can go wrong, but what can go right!

We aim to give plenty of useful tips and deliver our extensive articles on a weekly basis. 

How to get started
and move forward?

Now that you know what’s up, you have three options:

Option 1: You could do nothing. The truth is, when you do the same old things you’ve always been doing, you’re going to get the same old results.

But I know you don’t want that, because you wouldn’t be here on this website and you wouldn’t have gotten this far down the page.

This choice is obviously not yours.

Option 2: You could keep searching for more information on the web. There’s a TON of information, good and bad.

But why would you continue searching? We have organised lots of information for you to get started on this very website!

Option 3: You can take action now. You can do it right now by joining Worry Head!

You can also take a look at our blog, where a community full of fantastic people can exchange comments and discuss their ideas.

Joining us is easy and you will get awesome, more detailed content, FREE gifts and bonuses!

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Dear friends...

If you’re like most of our readers, you are unique and a high-achiever!

You are committed to winning at work and equally – succeeding at life. You strive to grow, get better, and reach your potential. You want to do something with your life and leave a lasting impact on your world.

But something keeps getting in the way. There just seems to be too much to do and too little time. Maybe you feel like everyone puts pressure on you. Guess what – you’re not wrong!

People can be selfish. Not always in a bad way! It’s just that everyone wants what’s best for themselves and there is nothing wrong with that.

People have a need to take care of themselves, especially those who suffer from chronic illness and mental health, they simply think of their own well-being and can’t always think of others!

There is a misconception about mental illness. Many people are not educated on the subject and foolishly judge those who suffer.

They don’t even consider the fact that there are situations in life which can impact on our health, it affects your body as well as your mind. In the end, everything affects our mental health.

Chronic Pain Bundle!

We give you 2 Awesome FREE Gifts in order to help you make your pain visible!

Chronic pain gives women a lot of problems – it’s invisible and no one can see it.

The very fact that you cannot explain how you feel, or you’re simply fed up with endless repeating, that makes you feel stressed.

This was always the case for my wife, and that is the case for many women.

As her husband, I wanted to break this pattern, and so I decided to create this small chronic pain self-help kit.

You don’t have to struggle with endless explanations of how terrible you feel!

Why should you?

All in the self-explanatory Chronic Pain Bundle is easy to fill in.

You can show it to your doctor, family, friends. All the people that never believed you, can be now proven wrong.

The Mini Chronic Pain Bundle includes:

  • • Endometriosis Pain & Symptoms Tracker.
  • • Body Pain and Sensitivity Map.

You have an opportunity!

With no risk but a lot to gain. We will only want to send you the most awesome content that is relevant to you. But remember, if you would rather no longer receive e-mails from us, you can always unsubscribe at any time!