Hormone Horoscope for Thursday, February 16, 2017
Which week are you on in your monthly cycle? CLICK a week below to read your Hormone Horoscope:
> WEEK ONE: Day 1 (first day of period) to Day 7
Estrogen rises: As estrogen rises in your Week 1, you get more curious about the world around you. As a result, you may want to watch the latest TV news reports, click links to interesting articles folks post online and hear the juiciest gossip from friends and neighbors. Find out more in the Hormone Horoscope App Pro available at the App Store and Google Play.
> WEEK TWO: Day 8 to Day 14 or ovulation (how to tell if you're ovulating)
Estrogen and testosterone rise till they peak: Here's a word of warning for you, Week 2 gal: Your peaking estrogen and testosterone are revving your mental and physical energy to cycle-long highs. While this is awesome, this also means that adding lots of caffeine or other stimulants on top of these hormones can push your energy even higher, causing antsiness, anxiety or the jitters. So, proceed with caution! Find out more in the Hormone Horoscope App Pro available at the App Store and Google Play.
> WEEK THREE: Begins day after ovulation and lasts 8 days
Progesterone rises; estrogen and testosterone drop for half the week, then estrogen rises again: While the first half of your cycle was about leaving your home and exploring the outer world, the second half is about hunkering down and exploring the inner one. The combination of lower levels of estrogen and testosterone combined with rising progesterone is making you quieter, introspective and more in touch with your emotions. As a result, you may take some time to sit back and mull over past decisions you've made, ponder where your life is headed and think of ways to address issues that need to be resolved. Find out more in the Hormone Horoscope App Pro available at the App Store and Google Play.
> WEEK FOUR: Final 6 days of your cycle (Day 23 to 28 in a 28-day cycle)
Estrogen and progesterone plunge: You have the potential to turn into a bit of a worrywart, for instance, fretting over getting to destinations on time, blowing your budget or being anxious about another aspect of your day. The problem is that plunging estrogen is making you prone to anticipating a negative outcome, which ratchets up stress and anxiety. So, when you feel worry start to rise, just remember it's just a side effect of low hormones and that a positive outcome is also likely. Find out more in the Hormone Horoscope App Pro available at the App Store and Google Play.