day 1-2 Period starts. Low estrogen = fatigue. Uterine contractions= cramps. Good time to exercise gently.
day 3-5 Period ends. Estrogen increases, energy rises, you feel upbeat, good time to power through.
day 6-9 Estrogens up, your face looks most symmetrical and your skin glows. Testosterone is up so you are on top of your game and quick on your feet. Good time to "take initiative."
day 10-13 Estrogen peaks, you feel sexists, you are most fertile. Orgasm's are the strongest and most attainable now. You're optimistic and social, good time to get out there!
day 14 Ovulation. Sudden hormone change!
day 15-18 Intensify emotions. Don't over react. Write it down and come back to it when you're more yourself.
day 19-22 Estrogen drops. Testosterone and progesterone surge. You have excess oil on your face and can breakout, your skin is most sensitive now. Good time to eat healthy food.
day 23-25 High progesterone leads to bloating, low libido and you may feel overwhelmed or sluggish.
day 26-28 Conquer PMS by boosting serotonin with exercise. Ease sore breasts by minimizing caffeine intake. Good time to reduce sugar and stay hydrated.
*Notes taken from Glamour magazine's video on Facebook titled, "Your cycle in 2 minutes."