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Pioneered the movement to live in sync with your cycle w/my book 28 Days & show you how impact your moods, health & behavior all cycle long
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Hormonology 7h
Facing some kind of challenge (say, with work, school, health or an individual) and have a monthly cycle? Knowing how your hormones impact your mood, outlook and confidence from week to week can help you deal with it:
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Hormonology 10h
Replying to @PeoplewPeriods
Tall. That did not work out :) So, I opted for my second choice: Writer.
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Hormonology 10h
Need to speak publicly? Keep in mind: During 1st half of your cycle, you're more eloquent, but also speak faster, as you near ovulation due to rising estrogen--so try to slow down. In 2nd half, progesterone makes you less fluid--so think a bit abt what you want to say beforehand.
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Hormonology Jan 12
But, together we can change that Ours can be the last generation that goes into their menstrual cycling years without this vital knowledge. We can help millions upon millions of girls and women make every day of their cycles better!
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Hormonology Jan 11
Interesting article for female travelers who have cycles!
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Hormonology Jan 11
I don't know if it's because it's Week 2 of my cycle when high estrogen makes you laugh more easily (by boosting mood-lifting brain chemicals), but I cannot stop laughing at this video--and can't stop watching it either!
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Hormonology Jan 10
New guide + video: Learning something new now or plan to? I just posted a new Hormonology Guide that shows you how your hormones impact learning throughout your cycle. And I include a video of me playing drums. No, seriously. It's right here:
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Hormonology Jan 9
Working on a project in your cycle: Week 1: Slow start, but energy and drive rise as estrogen rises Week 2: High estrogen makes you want to push yourself harder Week 3: Use a pep-booster; progesterone tires you out Week 4: Have backup plans to avoid low-est frustration
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Hormonology Jan 9
Chalk one up for estrogen: New study shows that females are hardier than males in times of serious crises, such as famine and disease. The researchers suspect one key reason is estrogen, which shores up our immune system.
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Hormonology Jan 8
Perimenopausal or menopausal & feeling blue or mildly depressed? Researchers say omega-3 fatty acids (found in fish & algae) may help. Learn more:
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Hormonology Jan 2
Feel foggy during Week 3 of your monthly cycle (the 8 days after ovulation)? Rising progesterone is the culprit--it's a seriously sedating hormone. Fortunately there are 7 proven ways to clear the fog and revive your brain!
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Hormonology Jan 2
To all fellow routine-lovers who look forward to January 2 when your schedule gets back to normal, I wish you an ordinary day!
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Hormonology Jan 1
Replying to @IlisonChicago @amazon
Thanks for the heads up!
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Hormonology Jan 1
Replying to @catwomarian
To be fair, Greek yogurt, pistachios and popcorn are all healthy foods. Okay, so maybe the mochaccino topping isn't so healthy, but popcorn is still a whole grain! As for the ice cream, either allow yourself a small portion or opt for a healthier version such as mango sorbet :D
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Hormonology Dec 31
I loved being a part of your first year of The Heavy Flow Podcast, Amanda -- it was truly an honor. I look forward to all the cycle knowledge you bring women in 2018!
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Hormonology Dec 30
Replying to @serpent849
I change my preference for the situation -- sometimes, I use the day, the week or the phase depending on what I'm discussing or researching. It can add a bit more specificity.
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Hormonology Dec 30
If your experience doesn't match up w/your menstrual cycle--eg, you're fatigued in Week 2 when high estrogen revs energy--take it as a red flag that something needs to be addressed, such as a health issue. Use your cycle as a baseline so you can pinpoint probs quickly & fix them!
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Hormonology Dec 30
Replying to @catwomarian
Thank you -- I'm so glad you're finding Hormonology helpful. If you ever have any questions, please let me know. Always happy to help!
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Hormonology Dec 30
Replying to @catwomarian
I'm so sorry for your loss. I hope you can treasure the warm memories your friend left behind.
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Hormonology Dec 30
Do you have any hormone cycle-related resolutions for yourself in 2018? I do: I want to be kinder to myself in my premenstrual Week 4. I'm often too impatient w/myself & use negative self-talk. Self-compassion will make this cycle week far easier. What about you?
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