Many women who want to start a family realize that baby-making is much more difficult than it seems. Libido, for one, is a hot topic among women and men because hormone imbalance will decrease the want and ability to have sex. It’s no wonder fertility rates are at their all-time lowest. Hormone imbalances and chemical exposure are just the tip of the iceburg. That is why we have designed a line that promotes fertility for women.
Baby-Making Made Simple
We want you to start the family you always dreamed about, or, at least ramp up your libido. Sex is both vital for a family as it is for your own health and the health of your relationship. We have consulted top experts to find out why women have been suffering from low libido and infertility. Baby-making can be much simpler with a healthy body, a regulated menstruation cycle and happy ovaries. We present to you our fertility line for a better chance of baby-making and a rampant libido!
Chemicals. They are in almost every product we consume and they cause harm to our bodies, especially increasing infertility rates. They lurk in the clothes we wear, they are sprayed onto the foods we eat and they hide in our beds, walls and yoga mats. They are even surrounding us every day in the polluted air we breathe. Increase your health & fertility.
Female hormones fluxuate. So much so that it affects our mood, sex drive, cravings and energy level. The body is a miraculous thing, and the female hormonal cycle is just one example of its ingenious. The only thing is that hormones are particular – they like to be exactly balanced, and when even one is lagging a bit or spiked just a smidge, we can experience some awful symptoms, like PMS. That is why it is super important to understand your body, its cycle and your hormones. FEMNA teaches you about you.
At FEMNA we believe in harmonising your hormones and constantly keeping them in balance which is why we opt for non-hormonal contraception. FEMNA spills the beans on how to avoid hormonal contraceptives (so they don’t mess with your hormones) and prevent pregnancy.
Your cycle. It can seem like a mystery sometimes, especially when your menstrual cycle isn’t regular. If you’re trying to conceive or not, it’s important to know how your cycle works and when you are ovulating. FEMNA tells you what ovulation is all about, how to track it, when you’re fertile & when you’re in the “safe zone” with 4 easy ways.
Smoking tobacco is a choice, and when it comes to your health, you are in charge. If you value your health, it might be time to quit the cigs. Yes, we know: you are young, wild and free, but you might want to be: young, mild and health-risk free. Here are reasons why quitting is good for you and not why smoking is bad.
It’s an exciting time to be a woman. ‘Feminism’ was Merriam-Webster online dictionary’s most looked up word for 2017. Women’s Day is on March 8th, and even though we have come a long way since 1909 when the first of its kind was celebrated, we still haven’t achieved gender equality worldwide.
What is a hormone? This is a good place to start. There are a ton of hormones in your body that work symbiotically to help you thrive. FEMNA created this quick guide to better understand your body, your hormones and how they work together.
Surprise, surprise, Valentine’s Day snuck up on us again. Whether you have a lover to celebrate or not, you should give yourself the opportunity to explore and enjoy the female orgasm. Femna gives you 5 tips to lube your libido and celebrate your vagina for V-Day. * Natural *For Women *Herbal Remedies
The new Femna team has arrived to the offices of The Place Berlin and wants to introduce themselves to you, our beloved audience. We thought we’d lead by example, break the ice, break taboos and heat things up with some intimate insights about sex. Get familiar & friendly with the new Femna team in Berlin and learn about our sexiest secrets.