Periods are no fun. They mess up your moods, and might even come with a lot of pain and cramps. Tracking your periods, however, is a really important aspect of understanding how your body works. It helps you with family planning, preventing pregnancy, and in many ways with your general health and lifestyle. In this article, we will explore some interesting benefits of tracking your period. Keep reading to find out more.
Gather round for a fun fact, ladies – the perfect time for sex might just be second and third weeks of your cycle. Thanks to the rising levels of testosterone and estrogen in your body, you have a higher chance of getting intensified orgasms. Tracking your period monthly helps you know exactly when you’re on the second and third weeks of your cycle.
If you’re trying to get pregnant – or not, it will do you a world of help to track your periods. You can then pinpoint your ovulation days (when you are most fertile), and your safe days. Every woman’s body is different and menstrual cycles vary, so what works for the average 28-day cycle woman might not work for you!
One of the amazing benefits of tracking your period is that it might just save your life! The technology at your disposal today helps you log the symptoms that come with your periods. This information, when shared with a gynecologist, would be used to determine if there are any dangerous or underlying issues. Low moods, extremely painful periods, and heavy bleeding could be symptoms of something fatal.
Hormonal changes over the course of the menstrual cycle result in mood highs and lows all month long. Moods are especially at their lowest the week before the next cycle starts. By tracking your period, you know when this week is for you, and you can better manage your social life. You can choose to stay home all weekend long if that’s what works best for you during this time of the month.
The period after ovulation comes with a slump in estrogen and testosterone levels. As a result, this affects the perceptiveness and eloquence of most women. This can greatly affect your productiveness at work. Tracking your period helps you know when exactly this will happen to you. If possible, you can structure your work commitments around it, and schedule big meetings and presentations for other periods. This will help you always appear at the top of your game.
There are so many benefits that come with tracking your period, and we can’t wait to share more with you. Subscribe to the blog today, so you don’t miss future updates. You can also download the DRO Health App on the App Store (iOS) or on the Google Play Store (Android) today!
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