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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman
Founder of Hormonology | Pioneered the movement to live in sync with your with my book 28 Days & apps (App Store/Google Play)
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman 15h
Happy Weekend! In your Week 4 (final 6 days of your cycle--your premenstrual phase)? Be kind to yourself. It's easier to lose patience w/yourself or think you're undeserving due to plunging estrogen sapping mood-managing brain chemicals. Pamper yourself--because you're worth it!
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman 15h
Happy Weekend! In your Week 3 (the 8 days following ovulation)? Rising progesterone on these cycle days tends to shorten your energy span, so you conk out faster. If you've got late plans or a long activity ahead, be sure to get a good night's sleep, take a nap or bring caffeine!
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman 15h
Happy Weekend! In your Week 2 (week leading up to & including ovulation)? Go have fun! Thanks to high-and-rising estrogen, your brain churns out more mood-boosting chemicals during activities you enjoy compared to other weeks of your cycle--leading to double the joy!
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman 15h
Happy Weekend! In your Week 1 (period week)? Try to up your iron intake (if you can) via food or supplements. Your iron level dips when you bleed--and bringing it back up boosts energy, mood & helps with sleep! Learn more about iron needs & sources here
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Sep 21
Cycle tip! Got ? Apply heat with a hot water bottle, adhesive heat patch or warm washcloth. Heat blocks pain signals and relaxes spasming uterine muscles, reducing discomfort.
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Sep 20
Replying to @suziwalks
Awesome!!! :D
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Sep 20
Rubber or glue? Bouncing back from setbacks fast? Or do issues stick around awhile? Depends where you are in your monthly cycle....
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Sep 20
Replying to @suziwalks
I hope your day gets better. Cupcakes to you <3
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Sep 19
What do I love about learning how hormones impact our mood, energy & more every day of our cycle? This knowledge actually gives us MORE control over these effects. I explain why--all it takes is viewing your monthly cycle like a bicycle. Yep, a bicycle....
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Sep 19
Replying to @Niconicolplix
YES! 😂
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Sep 18
Hormonology Cheat Sheet: 2 times in your monthly cycle when you tend to drink more alcohol--and why!
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Sep 18
I like to advise new Hormone Horoscope App users to read your daily Hormone Horoscope AFTER your day is over. At least at first. To test the accuracy. Then, you know it's not just power of suggestion.
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Sep 16
Missed today's live chat about using a "premenstrual counterpunch" technique to have happier pre-period days? Not a problem--you can see it here:
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Ann Aguirre Sep 14
Once a month, I feel like everything is hopeless, especially my career, and that I am utterly terrible and I might as well quit my job. Then I start my period. You would think that after experiencing this for 40 years, I'd catch on. But I am ALWAYS SURPRISED.
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Sep 16
I can't count how many times women have asked me for advice for how to jumpstart a period that's late in arriving. My answer is always the same: Wear white. Host a pool party. Or set up a first date. 😂
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Sep 16
I'm hosting a Facebook Live chat today at noon ET. I'll be talking about how to have better premenstrual days by "counterpunching"! See you there!!!
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Nicola ⛈ Sep 15
Every single time I’m wondering why I am feeling epic amounts of worry, dread and utter hopelessness, and then I realise 🙄 The app really helped me. It tells you how your hormones are affecting you - who knew you get a mini bout of pms when you’re ovulating too!
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Sep 12
: You can be superstitious or have more OCD behaviors premenstrually. Research shows it may be due to a drop in serotonin as estrogen descends and/or because these habits give you more of a sense of control at a time when you may feel you have less control.
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Sep 12
Replying to @catwomarian
That's one benefit of knowing how your hormones are "supposed" to be impacting you in your cycle: You can use it as a baseline for your health. This way, when your mood, energy or other issue isn't in line with that, you can use it as a heads-up. I hope you feel better soon!
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