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My Hormonology & Hormone Horoscope Apps (App Store & Google Play) show how your impact your moods, health & behavior throughout your cycle
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Nina Babel Nov 18
Do you know the four week hormonal cycle? preach🙏🏾 Listen here:
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Hormonology Nov 18
Study confirms that female entrepreneurs are less likely to get investment funding than males. Have a business idea of your own and are female? Try -- a crowdfunding platform for women-led businesses.
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Hormonology Nov 18
Midwife-attended births result in lower likelihood of cesarean delivery and episiotomy
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Hormonology Nov 16
I have to ask you: Why do you hate the Earth so much? You know there's no back-up, right?
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Hormonology Nov 13
Hubby and I still working on our soon-to-be-launched project. Aiming for sometime next week or shortly after (fingers crossed!). While I'm wrapped up in the final details of that, enjoy the hundreds of articles I've written about hormones in my blog:
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Hormonology Nov 12
Replying to @BeautyOutOfPain
If you can, drink caffeine with your pain reliever. Research shows that caffeine increases the effect of pain relievers up to 40% by speeding it through your system faster and acting as a mild pain reliever of its own. I use it for migraines.
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Hormonology Nov 12
Replying to @BeautyOutOfPain
Super helpful, right? I love having this kind of hormonal "baseline" that lets me know what I can expect. That way, if I notice a headache or bloating or constipation, etc., I can check this baseline to see if it's normal. And if it's not, then I can take appropriate action.
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Hormonology Nov 12
Replying to @BeautyOutOfPain
I'm glad that knowing how your hormones affect you based on where you are in your monthly cycle has helped give you comfort and greater understanding. Thank you for sharing and letting me know :) This is the goal of Hormonology, so it's always wonderful to hear!
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Hormonology Nov 10
Replying to @oneseachange
You are just as vital. Without people like you to spread the word, no one finds out about this information. It's difficult to break through old taboos, stereotypes and mythologies and be heard above the constant din around us.
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Hormonology Nov 10
Replying to @oneseachange
I couldn't agree more!
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Hormonology Nov 10
Replying to @oneseachange
Thank you for sharing this vital hormone information w/others. We're really in the nascent stage of embracing this knowledge--which is so unbelievably practical and useful!--so I appreciate your helping to spread the word. Self-knowledge is key!
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Hormonology Nov 10
Replying to @oneseachange
Interestingly, you could actually say that women's hormones make us more predictable than men bec ours follow a repeated up-and-down pattern. While men have a daily pattern (hi to low), thr testosterone also drops & spikes due to outside influences, resulting in mood changes.
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Hormonology Nov 10
Replying to @oneseachange
I agree w/u that hormone cycles need to be taught in class. I've made it easy for sex ed teachers to add to their class w/a free short eBook, "The New Period Talk: Introducing Girls to Their Hormone Cycle" (there's a parents edition, too).
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Hormonology Nov 10
Replying to @oneseachange
There's a 24-hour male hormone cycle and men may have subtle seasonal changes. But, men's testosterone is also highly influenced by many other factors on the spot, such as viewing someone attractive, watching a competition & competing themselves to name a few.
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Hormonology Nov 10
The return instructions say I'm on the hook for return shipping costs. Why should I have to pay for return shipping for an item that was clearly labled as 100% cotton on the website, but when it arrives, the tag says 100% acrylic? I want a FREE return.
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Hormonology Nov 7
Don't forget-- aren't only about bleeding & fertility. They also mean a monthly cycle that helps you predict your moods, health & behavior. Find out more w/my free eBook
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Hormonology Nov 6
Still working on that mystery project hubby & I are launching in 2.5 weeks. But after that, lots of Hormonology posts, videos & new books!
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Hormonology Nov 3
Struggle w/ control & a cycling woman? Pay closer attn in 2nd half of your cycle (after ovulation). Progesterone can disrupt BS.
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Hormonology Nov 3
Don't let any Dr tell you "it's all in your head". It likely simply hasn't been figured out yet.
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Hormonology Nov 1
Replying to @ElzeinRalf
Thanks! :D
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