“Tell me, what is it your plan to do
with your one wild and precious life?”
― Mary Oliver
Sometimes, you just get stuck
When you step on a piece of chewing gum, and you find yourself picking up and putting down your shoe to get unstuck, the entire process can become quite frustrating, yet you always find a way to get rid of that piece of sticky, chewing gum.
Many women live their lives never really conscious that they put themselves on hold to nurture the world around them. Suddenly, something happens in love, on the job, or simply intrinsically to remind them they exist, and their soul awakens to the possibility of breathing in a different way. They choose to breathe in a different way, and while the transformation may be extremely positive, sensations of anxiety often arise.
You have the power to control that anxiety.
An extraordinary gift that you carry with you from the moment your brain functions are complete is your own powerful, free will. You have the opportunity to choose where and when to focus your attention: on constructive things that have a positive impact or on things that cause you an endless state of worry and anxiety.
What you may not know is that you can improve your level of attention and develop better control over it by training your mind to exercise awareness. Exercising awareness stimulates the development of the cortical layers in the regions of the brain that control your ability to increase attention in order to obtain a better focus. It also increases the activation of one of the areas of the prefrontal cortex that helps to control and reduce the negative emotions that can cause anxiety.
Practice mindfulness meditation
Take a few minutes or more each day to practice mindfulness meditation and focus on the sensations that your breathing provides. During the day, try to stabilize and reflect on what is happening around and within you. Creating important social relationships can also be effective in training your attention to choose situations that create a positive impact. The quality of personal relationships and social support is extremely beneficial for your long-term health. Avoid isolation, however, as it increases anxiety, the risk of depression and decreases trust in others.
A study from Wake Forest revealed that “meditation-related anxiety relief is associated with activation of the anterior cingulate cortex and ventromedial prefrontal cortex, areas of the brain involved with executive-level function. During meditation, there was more activity in the ventromedial prefrontal cortex, the area of the brain that controls worrying. In addition, when activity increased in the anterior cingulate cortex – the area that governs thinking and emotion – anxiety decreased.”
When you live in the present, in a constant state of awareness, you connect to your mind and body on a deeper level. Making time to listen to yourself, even sitting in silent meditation allows you to free your mind of oppressive thoughts. If you can live by focusing the mind on the present, as the body naturally does every day, then you will have all the energy necessary to face any potential conflicts that may arise.
Respect your body
Living an Organyc lifestyle means living in the present, maintaining a balance between body and mind, and using products that promote wellness, especially during your period. As you learn to take care of yourself, focus on caring for your body, as well. Loving yourself means accepting and respecting your body, treating it well through proper nutrition and a lot of physical activity, and making conscientious choices regarding the products you use.
Women must feel safe and secure when purchasing feminine care products that come into direct contact with their most intimate body parts.
We are extremely proud that the following Organyc products have all earned Made Safe™ Certification: Moderate Flow Pads, Organyc Heavy Flow Pads, Organyc Panty Liners (Folded), and Organyc Panty Liners (Flat Packed)! We are currently working diligently to ensure that all of our products earn this fundamental certification.This certification signifies that they are literally made with safe ingredients not known or suspected to harm human health, animals, or ecosystems. It’s the first nontoxic certification to apply to products we use every day.
For the first time, you can find things that are safe to use on your body, with your families, and in your homes. Certified products are examined by scientists to ensure they’re made without known behavioral toxins, carcinogens, developmental toxins, endocrine disruptors, flame retardants, GMOs, heavy metals, neurotoxins, high-risk pesticides, reproductive toxins, toxic solvents, or harmful VOCs.
Organyc® products protect and respect sensitive skin
In a large scale gynecological study, feminine care products like Organyc containing pure cotton solved skin irritation with a 90% success rate within 90 days.
It is estimated 60% of women believe they suffer from sensitive skin and many do, indeed, experience itching and irritation. Cotton is soft, gentle and naturally breathable. Skin does not react with cotton. 100% pure organic cotton (the purest type) hypoallergenic products are highly recommended for women who suffer from recurring yeast infections.
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About Organyc sensitive skin feminine care products. Organyc feminine care products are made of 100% organic cotton inside and out are the only brand which provides complete protection for you and your sensitive skin. They have unsurpassed absorbency and leak protection and are cotton-soft and gentle. Conceived in Milan, Italy, they are now available at leading stores and ecommerce retailers throughout the U.S. To order a sample (tampons, liners or pads) or learn more call 1-844-ORGANYC (1-844-674-2692) or click here.
EVVITA Study based on a test of 306 women with discomfort and irritation or itching in the vulvo-vaginal area. 70% regularly suffered from these symptoms. 50% of women in the study described the symptoms as ‘unbearable’ or ‘very annoying’.
The study was conducted by three leading French gynecologists in Paris with the support of the Board of Experts. 105 gynaecologists across France participated in recruitment.