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Why willpower is harder to muster on some days in your cycle–and 4 study-backed ways you can get it back

By | May 25th, 2017|Categories: energy, hormonology tip, moodiness, natural remedies, pms, Week 3, Week 4|

Frustrated that, despite promises you've made to yourself, you sometimes still find it difficult to stick to good-for-you goals? For example, instead of opting for a fruit salad, you eat a slice of [...]

Hormonology Cheat Sheet: How your stress level varies across your monthly cycle–and study-proven ways to beat it

By | May 19th, 2017|Categories: cheat sheet, natural remedies, stress, Week 2, Week 4|

Notice you get more stressed out on some days than others? It's not your imagination. Hormone fluctuations can make you more prone to tension during certain points in your cycle. Here's a Hormonology [...]

Ease a bad premenstrual mood and lessen fatigue by taking a whiff of yuzu

By | May 16th, 2017|Categories: energy, hormonology tip, moodiness, natural remedies, pms, Week 3, Week 4|

Do you tend to get irritable, anxious, blue or tired during your premenstrual week? Not surprising--these are all common side effects of plunging estrogen. Depending on your sensitivity to fluctuating hormones and how [...]

Reduce your risk of early menopause (and the health risks it brings) with foods rich in vitamin D and calcium

By | May 14th, 2017|Categories: food, health, hormonology tip, menopause|

As much as you enjoy surfing the ups and downs of your monthly cycle, you may on occasion think about when this wild monthly ride stops and menopause begins. On average, women reach menopause--which is [...]

Itchy, bumpy or asthmatic a week before your period? You could be allergic to your hormones

By | May 11th, 2017|Categories: health, progesterone, Week 3, Week 4|

Do you get itchy skin, hives, a rash or other skin-related problems about a week before your period? Find that your asthma flares on these cycle days? You may be "allergic" to the [...]

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“Bring it on!” vs. “Get it away!” How you deal with challenges depends on where you are in your monthly cycle

By | May 6th, 2017|Categories: anxiety, hormonology tip, Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4|

A few days ago, a friend sent me an animated gif of Wonder Woman fending off a volley of bullets one by one with nothing more than her wrist cuffs. On her face was a determined "Bring [...]

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Hormonology Blog

Why willpower is harder to muster on some days in your cycle–and 4 study-backed ways you can get it back

By | May 25th, 2017|Categories: energy, hormonology tip, moodiness, natural remedies, pms, Week 3, Week 4|

Frustrated that, despite promises you've made to yourself, you sometimes still find it difficult to stick to good-for-you goals? For example, instead of opting for a fruit salad, you eat a slice of [...]

Hormonology Cheat Sheet: How your stress level varies across your monthly cycle–and study-proven ways to beat it

By | May 19th, 2017|Categories: cheat sheet, natural remedies, stress, Week 2, Week 4|

Notice you get more stressed out on some days than others? It's not your imagination. Hormone fluctuations can make you more prone to tension during certain points in your cycle. Here's a Hormonology [...]

Ease a bad premenstrual mood and lessen fatigue by taking a whiff of yuzu

By | May 16th, 2017|Categories: energy, hormonology tip, moodiness, natural remedies, pms, Week 3, Week 4|

Do you tend to get irritable, anxious, blue or tired during your premenstrual week? Not surprising--these are all common side effects of plunging estrogen. Depending on your sensitivity to fluctuating hormones and how [...]

Reduce your risk of early menopause (and the health risks it brings) with foods rich in vitamin D and calcium

By | May 14th, 2017|Categories: food, health, hormonology tip, menopause|

As much as you enjoy surfing the ups and downs of your monthly cycle, you may on occasion think about when this wild monthly ride stops and menopause begins. On average, women reach menopause--which is [...]

Itchy, bumpy or asthmatic a week before your period? You could be allergic to your hormones

By | May 11th, 2017|Categories: health, progesterone, Week 3, Week 4|

Do you get itchy skin, hives, a rash or other skin-related problems about a week before your period? Find that your asthma flares on these cycle days? You may be "allergic" to the [...]

Comments Off on Itchy, bumpy or asthmatic a week before your period? You could be allergic to your hormones

“Bring it on!” vs. “Get it away!” How you deal with challenges depends on where you are in your monthly cycle

By | May 6th, 2017|Categories: anxiety, hormonology tip, Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4|

A few days ago, a friend sent me an animated gif of Wonder Woman fending off a volley of bullets one by one with nothing more than her wrist cuffs. On her face was a determined "Bring [...]

Comments Off on “Bring it on!” vs. “Get it away!” How you deal with challenges depends on where you are in your monthly cycle
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