The first day of your period is the worst. We know, we KNOW that you’re tired and throbbing like crazy but these are actually good days to exercise! It’s not just because it increases endorphin levels which will give you a runner’s high: studies have shown that women experience lower rates of depression during menstruation than any other time in their cycle. Get out there for some fresh air – those feel-good hormones can fight moodiness too!
You might be feeling a little low at this point in your cycle, but just hang on. Your estrogen levels are rising and that means you’re about to go into the best part of your month: Happiness Hour!
You’ve never seen yourself look so good! With your estrogen up, you are sure to feel more beautiful and energetic. And it’s no wonder because your skin is glowing and the face that looks more symmetrical than ever before. When testosterone also rises during this time, expect a heightened sense of feeling unstoppable in every way possible- most likely on top of everything else too!
You are now approaching the most fertile time of your cycle. This is a great opportunity to have sex with someone you want to conceive an offspring with because this window lasts until ovulation day, and estrogen levels during these days make women feel their best emotionally and physically.
One of the most important days in your cycle is ovulation day! This event happens when you release an egg from one of your ovaries. An egg lives for 12 to 24 hours before it starts to die, so make sure that this precious time isn’t wasted on sleeping all day long and checking social media instead.
The lucky lady is menstruating! Though she might not feel so fortunate, this time of the month holds plenty to be happy about. The skin becomes a lot more sensitive and oily than usual which means you may experience breakouts or clogged pores; but don’t worry because it’s all worth it for those natural birth control benefits that come with being on your period–not to mention how much healthier eating right can make us feel overall. Days 19-22: Estrogen level begins to drop while testosterone surges if you are not pregnant. Your skin might be producing more oil than usual, meaning possible acne flare ups or extra sensitivity in certain areas such as breast tissue during ovulation days (usually around day 14). This is a good time
You’re not pregnant and your hormones are going crazy. You may be feeling bloated, sluggish, moody, or sore in the breast area. This is because you have a quick change of hormones that causes these symptoms to occur. The best thing for this time would be to exercise more often than usual so you can boost serotonin levels through exercising as well as coping with other changes like bloating by drinking lots of water before bedtime when eating food high in salt or sugar