Understanding Your Mind, Mood, and Hormone Cycle

It's Your Body, Do You Understand It?

  • Are you a mother trying to explain to your daughter what happens as she becomes a woman?
  • Are you trying to deal with menopause?
  • Do you sometimes feel betrayed by your body?
  • Do you hate or fear "that time of month"?
  • Are you trying to get pregnant, or avoid pregnancy?
  • Have you ever felt like your emotions are on a roller-coaster?

This book began with decades of clinical observation at women's health clinics, and while working with at-risk girls in halfway houses. This led to a series of obvious questions, and some surprising discoveries:

  • Why do so many of the "facts" in common medical textbooks differ from what can be clearly observed?
  • Why are medical conditions frequently experienced by women here, nonexistent in other countries and cultures?
  • When did having your period become a disease that had to be treated with drugs and surgery?
  • Why are ineffective, or even harmful medical practices still commonplace?
  • Why are successful health strategies disregarded despite peer-reviewed evidence of their efficacy?


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How Well Do You Know Your Body

A Quiz (True or False):

  • Your menstrual cycle is 28 days long.
  • You can't get pregnant during your period.
  • In your lifetime, your greatest hormone changes are during puberty and menopause.
  • Estrogen is a hormone only found in women, and testosterone is only in men.
  • There are "safe" times during your menstrual cycle when you are not fertile.
  • The day of your lowest basal body temperature is when you are fertile.
  • Where you are in your menstrual cycle has no effect on how you think and feel.
  • There is no correlation between menstruation and rates of disease, injury, or surgery survival.
  • Hormones do not affect addiction or addictive behavior.
  • Hysterectomies are the best cure for uterine fibroids, benign tumors, and endometriosis.

If you answered True to any of these questions, then you need Understanding Your Mind, Mood, and Hormone Cycle.

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