Hormonology uses hundreds of scientific studies to show you how your hormones impact you in virtually every way every day of your monthly cycle. The Hormone Horoscope is a nifty little way of dispensing this information daily. To get started, find the week you’re on in your monthly cycle (you can use this easy guide if you’re not sure), then read your Hormone Horoscope for today!

My HormonologyWhich week are you on
in your monthly cycle?
Find out what it reveals about
what your day has in store:

Week 1
Day 1 (first day of period) to Day 7
Estrogen and testosterone rise

Today’s Hormone Horoscope: If you have something potentially painful to do, for instance, go to the dentist or landscape your yard, try to fit it in during Week 1 or Week 2 of your cycle. Rising estrogen during these weeks prompts your body to churn out more pain-masking endorphins, so you’ll experience less discomfort than if you did the same activities during Week 3 or Week 4 of your cycle when estrogen is lower.

Week 2
Day 8 to Day 13
Estrogen and testosterone rise till they peak

Today’s Hormone Horoscope: You may not want to take orders from others today and prefer to be the one doing the bossing around. That’s testosterone’s influence. As it climbs, it brings out your inner leader by upping your confidence, independence and desire for power.

Week 3
Day 14 (or ovulation) to Day 22
Progesterone rises; estrogen and testosterone drop for half the week, then rise again

Today’s Hormone Horoscope: Your concern about your appearance isn’t as high as it was in the first two weeks of your cycle as estrogen dips and progesterone rises. As a result, you may skip putting on makeup, tie your hair back rather than blow it out and see how long you can get away with wearing those cut-off sweatpants with the holes in them before anyone notices.

Week 4
Day 23 to the end of your cycle
Estrogen, testosterone and progesterone plunge

Today’s Hormone Horoscope: You may get hit with bouts of the blues or burst out crying from an insult, sad commercial or actually nothing at all. The problem is plunging estrogen. It’s lowering your brain’s level of mood-stabilizing serotonin, which can trigger sudden waterworks. The good news? Research shows that crying can help reverse a sad mood by relieving stress and anxiety. So, grab a tissue and let the tears flow–it could help lift a hormone-fueled dark cloud faster.

Start every day with your free Hormone Horoscope at hormonehoroscope.com.
It’s the newest, most accurate way to predict your day and plan your life!

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