Contraception

Not knowing when your cycle is coming can be annoying when you want to wear white pants, try for a baby or leave the house without the fear of not having a tampon. Whilst annoying, irregular cycles are a sign that our brain isn’t signalling our hormones at the right times in our cycle, and our hormone balance becomes out of sync. Whether you’ve got your first period or you’re entering menopause, it’s important to understand what is normal and what’s not.

Early Phase

Its called a couple of different things from follicular phase, to day 1-11(14) . Basically all you need to know is this phase is responsible for making things grow.  

Ovulation Phase

We’re all pretty familiar with this phase. 

Late Phase

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PhD Exercise Physiologist and Nutritionist

Dr. Stacey Sims 

Hormones tell our body what to do. How to eat, sleep and even when to grow. They give us our appetite and sex drive. They help us have babies, They make us happy, sad and giddy in love.

In men, these hormones are pretty stable day in and day out (though they certainly change over a lifetime). In women, however, it’s another story. And that story centres around the menstrual cycle.

Why Do we care?

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What happens when the signals from the rest of your body and in particular your brain start to go haywire? 

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Founder of Medicine

Hippocrates

It is more important to know what sort of person has a disease than to know what sort of disease a person has.