Being a woman is tough.
Maybe not “work on an oil rig” tough….
Or “be a soldier and go to war” tough…
It’s a different kind of tough, because men are men and women are women. No matter what the internet says both have their physiological differences.
One of the key differences between men and women is their differing hormonal cycles. A woman of child-bearing age has a hormonal cycle that operates in 2 parts: the first 14 days prepares her body for pregnancy and the latter half reverses the first 14 days so it can start all over again.
Women past childbearing age have it a little bit easier once they pass through menopause. While all women are different, this article is going to outline the general hormonal ebbs and flows of a woman’s cycle and how it affects her energy levels. In addition, there will be some advice on supplements that ca