Facts About Your Menstrual Cycle

We all know the typical side effects of your cycle is mood swings, cramps and bloating, but did you know that your period week is the perfect time for having sex? When your flow starts to slow down get your man and prepare for some intense orgasms or you can avoid a embarrassing mess by using a menstrual cup which is a tiny latex cup you insert in your vagina near your cervix that collects blood. Climaxing can also relieve those bothersome cramps.

During ovulation, when you’re most fertile, nature wants you to find a mate. With the high levels of testosterone your libido will be in high gear. Studies have shown that women unknowingly dress sexier to attract men during ovulation. Your cycle can also determine who you have sex with. You may find yourself attracted to more masculine men at this time because you subconsciously want to pass on the strongest genes to your offspring. This is also the time when most women will cheat. Your mind will be urging you to mate and you will be at your most sensual and flirtatious. When your ovulation has ended there will be a rise in progesterone making you feel a little sluggish, but it also has a calming effect.

This will also lead to some really sound and deep sleep. The progesterone is also what give pregnant women their glow. Finally you will experience moodiness which makes this the best time to relax and pamper yourself. Remember your cycle can be beneficial to you if you know how to take advantage of it’s peaks and valley’s.