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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman
Founder of Hormonology | Author of 28 Days | Creator of the Hormone Horoscope and Female Forecaster apps | Discover how your hormones impact you all cycle long!
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman 10m
Replying to @Mariah_Maes
👏👏👏 This is awesome! I'm so glad you persevered and have this accomplishment to show for it!
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman 5h
Replying to @hormonology
And visit my Hormonology blog to hear from real moms who use cycle-syncing to help with parenting right now:
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman 5h
Are you a mother juggling work & family life? There's a way to make all you do so much easier: sync your mom and job duties with your monthly cycle! Here's an article I wrote for that shows you how!
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman 21h
may relieve symptoms, including sweating, mood issues and sleep problems, new study shows
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Feb 19
What's one key connection between grumpiness, hunger, aches & fatigue? Lousy sleep or too little sleep. Since can worsen in your pre-period days (due to plunging estrogen) do all you can to improve it: Skip late-day caffeine, sip chamomile tea or meditate.
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Feb 19
Taking into consideration how the ups and downs of hormones in our menstrual cycles impact our moods, health & behavior is a critical part of figuring out who we are. Without this knowledge, we go down blind alleyways. With it, we have context. And with that, self-understanding.
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Feb 17
There will be a time when you reach menopause. When you do, I want you to be able to look back on the days when you had a monthly cycle and think, "I made the most of my ups & dealt with the downs. Even more importantly, I was part of the 1st generation to have this knowledge."
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Feb 15
Hit with bouts of out of the blue? You're not alone. Many women do--and Julie Basel is one. She felt overwhelmed by her symptoms...until she learned how her hormones playe a role in them. Here's how hormone know-how helped Julie gain control:
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Feb 14
Whenever I talk with a woman who is in Week 2 of her cycle and she'sgoingonandonandonandonandonatbreakneckspeed thanks to high estrogen, I remember how many Week 2 conversations my husband has sat through with me and think, "Bless that man."
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Feb 14
Replying to @suziwalks
I hope the fact that you ate something means you may be turning a corner. Cupcakes (or chicken soup!) to you xxoo
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Feb 14
Get more easily stressed out in your premenstrual week as estrogen descends? A new study from Exeter and Oxford shows that thinking loving thoughts about yourself—having self-compassion—nixes stress, halts negative self-talk and makes you more relaxed.
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Feb 14
Did you know... I have a Hormonology app for boyfriends and husbands of cycling women: Female Forecaster. It was created based on feedback from fans of my Hormone Horoscope App--and gives guys a quick daily guide to their partner's moods & more. Learn more
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Feb 14
Embracing how hormones in your cycle impact mood, health & behavior is a form of self-love. It helps you be more patient w/yourself, forgiving of yourself & in tune w/yourself. These are the same behaviors you display when you unconditionally love someone else now applied to you.
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Feb 13
Replying to @suziwalks
Sending cupcakes -- I hope you feel better soon. Try to get ginger tea. Ginger ale soda doesn't necessarily contain ginger, which is the ingredient that helps reduce nausea.
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Feb 13
Do you hate your days bc of pain, depression, anxiety, insomnia or other symptoms that interfere with everyday life? You could have premenstrual dysphoric disorder ()--a severe form of premenstrual syndrome (). Learn more about PMDD at
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Feb 12
Replying to @suziwalks
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Feb 12
New study: Researchers explore the link between low estrogen and Type 2 diabetes after menopause--and how to use this information to safely reduce the risk
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Feb 12
In school, girls are taught how reproduction works—years before they'll be putting that knowledge to practical use. Why can't we also teach girls basics of how hormones in their menstrual cycles are impacting their moods, health and behavior—which they can put to use right away?
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Hormonology Founder Gabrielle Lichterman Feb 11
New study shows certain risk factors can be linked to depression during, right after or long after pregnancy. These include smoking before pregnancy, migraine & PMS. This info can lead to tailored approaches to depression related to pregnancy.
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