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Menstrual cycle gone from regular to unpredictable? It may be due to a change in weight

By | July 26th, 2017|Categories: diet, hormone research, hormonology tip|

Wonder why your monthly cycle sometimes suddenly changes in length? Meaning, instead of having a steady 28-day cycle (or however long your cycle usually is), it's 24 days one month, then 29 days [...]

Study reveals the oh-so-easy way to rein in premenstrual anger

By | July 11th, 2017|Categories: hormonology tip, moodiness, natural remedies, pms, Week 4|

If you've ever suddenly erupted in anger during your premenstrual week, you are so not alone. I hear from women all the time about their struggle to contain their irritation on the days [...]

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The interesting thing that happens to your voice after ovulation

By | July 5th, 2017|Categories: hormonology tip, Week 3, Week 4|

I recently taped a series of three videos that go into a bit about me and my background--and as I watched them, I laughed at how gravelly and low my voice sounded. It [...]

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Think you may have premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD)? Here are the symptoms and steps to take next….

By | July 5th, 2017|Categories: hormonology tip, pmdd, Week 3, Week 4|

Does your premenstrual phase seem more difficult than what you see other women go through? Does irritability, anger, depression, anxiety or physical pain you experience interfere with everyday life? You may have premenstrual [...]

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New video series: “About me” videos share my background, inspiration and untold story of Hormonology

By | July 1st, 2017|Categories: video|

As Hormonology as grown in popularity, more people have been wanting to learn a bit more about the person behind it. So, I recently recorded three short videos that go into a little [...]

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New study: Honey eases menstrual cramp pain as much as a pain pill–yes, honey!

By | June 21st, 2017|Categories: hormonology tip, Week 2, Week 4|

If you get hit with painful menstrual cramps, you've probably tried a wide variety of methods to get rid of them. But, have you tried honey? Stay with me on this one because [...]

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Hormonology Cheat Sheet: What’s thwarting sleep during your monthly cycle?

By | June 19th, 2017|Categories: cheat sheet, sleep, Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4|

There are lots of benefits to getting a good night's sleep: It boosts your mood, revs energy and helps keep your immune system strong so you stay healthy. So, it can be frustrating [...]

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Hormonology Blog

Menstrual cycle gone from regular to unpredictable? It may be due to a change in weight

By | July 26th, 2017|Categories: diet, hormone research, hormonology tip|

Wonder why your monthly cycle sometimes suddenly changes in length? Meaning, instead of having a steady 28-day cycle (or however long your cycle usually is), it's 24 days one month, then 29 days [...]

Study reveals the oh-so-easy way to rein in premenstrual anger

By | July 11th, 2017|Categories: hormonology tip, moodiness, natural remedies, pms, Week 4|

If you've ever suddenly erupted in anger during your premenstrual week, you are so not alone. I hear from women all the time about their struggle to contain their irritation on the days [...]

Comments Off on Study reveals the oh-so-easy way to rein in premenstrual anger

The interesting thing that happens to your voice after ovulation

By | July 5th, 2017|Categories: hormonology tip, Week 3, Week 4|

I recently taped a series of three videos that go into a bit about me and my background--and as I watched them, I laughed at how gravelly and low my voice sounded. It [...]

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Think you may have premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD)? Here are the symptoms and steps to take next….

By | July 5th, 2017|Categories: hormonology tip, pmdd, Week 3, Week 4|

Does your premenstrual phase seem more difficult than what you see other women go through? Does irritability, anger, depression, anxiety or physical pain you experience interfere with everyday life? You may have premenstrual [...]

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New video series: “About me” videos share my background, inspiration and untold story of Hormonology

By | July 1st, 2017|Categories: video|

As Hormonology as grown in popularity, more people have been wanting to learn a bit more about the person behind it. So, I recently recorded three short videos that go into a little [...]

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New study: Honey eases menstrual cramp pain as much as a pain pill–yes, honey!

By | June 21st, 2017|Categories: hormonology tip, Week 2, Week 4|

If you get hit with painful menstrual cramps, you've probably tried a wide variety of methods to get rid of them. But, have you tried honey? Stay with me on this one because [...]

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Hormonology Cheat Sheet: What’s thwarting sleep during your monthly cycle?

By | June 19th, 2017|Categories: cheat sheet, sleep, Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4|

There are lots of benefits to getting a good night's sleep: It boosts your mood, revs energy and helps keep your immune system strong so you stay healthy. So, it can be frustrating [...]

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