Author Archives: Dr. Brilliant

Put your sexual life in tune with Hypopressives

There is no doubt that improving the quality of your sex life is a great incentive to train the pelvic floor. We will give you 5 reasons why it is worthwhile to incorporate hypopressive exercises in your routine … your body will thank you and your partner too. Awareness The knowledge of your body is… Read More »

How the amount of water you drink influences your health

We know that staying hydrated is important, but do you know how drinking water conditions your physical and mental state? Discover how your water intake affects the different functions of your body, and take control of your health through a habit as simple as hydrating yourself correctly. Thermoregulation Your body generates heat with whatever movement you… Read More »

Breast Self-Exam: Create the Habit!

The simple fact of being women makes us more likely to be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in our lives. In fact, recent studies show that approximately 12% of women will receive a diagnosis of breast cancer at some point in their lives. (1) But do not be frightened! This does not imply that it has to… Read More »

Menstruation: A Health Indicator

Menstruation is a symbol of femininity and of life. And also a health indicator! Maybe when the rule comes, the only message you read is that you are not pregnant, but menstruation can give you much more information about your health. There are different anomalies that can be an indicator of weight problems, defenses, hormonal imbalances …… Read More »

6 Women’s Health Purposes That Will Make a Difference

Making a post of purposes  is already a classic of all magazines and blogs, so we wanted to make a different list: a list of specific purposes of women’s health. Because our bodies are different and our needs are different too. Whether you already have your list of resolutions done or not, take a look at these objectives and… Read More »

How to prevent urinary tract infections

Sometimes you can not control urinary tract infections (UTIs), but there are many factors that can help you prevent them. ITUs can be unbearable. The pain, the discomfort, the visits to the pharmacy and the doctor … Undoubtedly urine infections are something that we all want to save ourselves, and although we can not always avoid… Read More »

HPV and Cervical Cancer Prevention

Cervical cancer has many names, the most common are: cervical cancer , cervical cancer or cervical carcinoma . But do you know what it is? What is its cause? Is it true that we can prevent it? January is the month of awareness of cervical cancer and, although it is a disease to be taken into account at all times, these days are a good excuse… Read More »

6 Ways to Love Your Body in the Postpartum

We have spoken with many women in the postpartum , and after hearing so many testimonies about this moment we have decided to create this post. This could be your situation: you are at home with your baby in your arms, with the emotion of having brought it into the world. The rollercoaster of emotions (and hormonal changes) do… Read More »

Emotional symptoms of Menopause

When we talk about menopause we tend to focus on the physical symptoms that our bodies experience, but it is important to know that we can also experience emotional and mental symptoms that alter our day. Mood changes, irritability, anxiety and even depression are common problems in menopause. Understanding where these emotions and problems come from can help you prepare for it and… Read More »

Sex during Pregnancy

In pregnancy it is usual to have all kinds of doubts about your health, habits and ultimately everything you used to do (especially if it is for the first time). One of the most frequently asked questions to different health professionals is: can you have sex during pregnancy? The answer is yes! You can have sex during pregnancy,… Read More »