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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman
Women's health journalist, author Pioneered the movement to live in sync with your with my book 28 Days & apps
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Jul 15
During your Week 2 (the week leading up to & incl ovulation), research shows high estrogen sharpens your senses: You see more colors, taste more flavors, hear more sounds & smell more aromas than during other weeks of your cycle, making the world a more interesting place to be!
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Endometriosis UK Jul 12
Just tell us what you wish you had learnt about menstrual wellbeing in schools, use the hashtag and share the petition! You could ask a friend what they wish they had learnt too!
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Jul 14
Replying to @real_danimal
Wow, never heard of that -- interesting!
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Jul 14
Replying to @real_danimal
Do you have a bird sanctuary in your area? Where I live, Florida, they advise putting injured birds in a warm box and bringing it to a bird sanctuary or calling one to have it picked up. But, they say not to feed it.
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Jul 12
Replying to @vegan_artist
My friend, Judy Ann Nock, is a Wiccan High Preistess and author of The Witches Grimoire as well as other books on the topic. I recommend her books.
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Jul 12
Replying to @rileykait
That's so awesome -- thank you for letting me know. That really makes my day!
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House of Anesi Jul 12
They say that knowledge is power; we believe that applies to our menstrual cycles too 🙏Here are the best 5 apps to track your mensural cycle ✨
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Jul 12
Replying to @rileykait
So wonderful to hear that my Hormone Horoscope App has helped you, Kaitlin!
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Kaitlin🌈 Jul 12
If you’re not on birth control, (and even if you are the days are still fun & interesting to read) you should get this app!! has saved my life
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Nina Babel Jul 12
Seriously. Let's flip the narrative and start loving our bodies — at ALL times of the month, ladies. Listen →
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Jul 12
Exercising in hot, humid conditions, such as outdoors or during "hot yoga"? Keep in mind that during the second half of your --the two weeks before your period--you're prone to heating up faster due to progesterone raising your core body temp slightly. So, hydrate!
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Jul 11
: On "self-made women" list: Eren Ozmen, maj. owner of aerospace & defense biz Sierra Nevada. From Turkey, worked thru biz school, sold homemade baklava & was a janitor...at Sierra Nevada. But let's keep talking about "self-made" Kylie
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Jul 10
Replying to @emilycrockett @MEvPMDD
Not yet. This is an area where more research is needed.
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Jul 10
Replying to @emilycrockett @MEvPMDD
Some women refer to these as "ghost" cycles. Even though they technically shouldn't be experiencing mood/physical cycles because they are not menstruating or ovulating (say, because they recently gave birth or on hormone BC), they still feel these cyclical changes.
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Jul 10
Got a tongue? Take a peek--its color can reveal where you are in your monthly cycle! If the tip is pale, you're more likely to be in the first half. If the tip is redder, you're more likely to be in the second half. Read on to find out why!
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Jul 10
Replying to @emilycrockett @MEvPMDD
I suggest trying many treatments -- prescription treatments from your healthcare provider, cognitive beh therapy, nutritional advice (from a registered dietitian familiar with PMDD) and destressing activities. There is a great app that also helps track symptoms.
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Jul 10
Replying to @emilycrockett
I'm sorry you're challenged by PMDD, Emily. Birth control is one option for treatment. There are others (as you probably know). I have a quick guide -- -- that runs through them. This is a good resource:
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Jul 10
Replying to @raf_mongelos
Hahaha--thanks for the compliment 🙄 I do have plans to update my entire suite of apps. But, till then, I hope you enjoy the content, which to me is the most important part.
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Jul 10
Replying to @suziwalks
So sorry, Suzi. I hope you feel better soon. Cupcakes to you!!!
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Jul 10
The other day I was in Target and realized I was leaking. And I was like "Oh well, stuff happens." And in that moment, I thought back to all the cringey moments I endured as a deeply embarrassed teen in the same circumstance and realized that old is definitely wasted on the aged.
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