Charting your cycle can provide a wealth of insight into your body and overall health. In this article, we will explore the surprising benefits of charting your menstrual cycle and how it can help you better understand your body and its needs. Let’s go!
1. Make Better Decisions for Your Health
When you better understand your cycle and hormones, you can make more informed decisions about your health.
Whether it’s deciding when to take a pregnancy test or trying out a new form of birth control, charting helps you make the best choices for you and your body.
2. Actively Manage Your Symptoms
It’s not just about tracking periods, charting can help you manage symptoms like PMS, cramps, headaches, and more. When you know your cycle inside and out, you can use holistic remedies or adjust your lifestyle to reduce unwanted symptoms.
3. Get to Know Yourself Better
The most important benefit of charting is that it helps you get in touch with yourself. When you understand your unique patterns, by listening to your body’s signals and identifying patterns, you’ll develop a deeper understanding and appreciation for your amazingness!
4. Fertility Awareness and Family Planning
Knowing your ovulation window is crucial whether you’re trying to conceive or prevent pregnancy, knowing your ovulation window is crucial. Plus, it’s all-natural!
5. Understanding Hormonal Mood Swings
Ever wondered why you feel moody or anxious during certain times of the month? Tracking your cycle can help you pinpoint these hormonal shifts to manage your emotional well-being better.
It can help you make sense of those emotional rollercoasters and provide insight on managing PMS symptoms.
6. Health Monitoring and Diagnosis
Identifying irregularities and potential health issues early on can be a lifesaver (literally!). Plus, having a detailed chart will make it easier to work with healthcare professionals on any issues.
How To Chart Your Cycle
I’ve created a fertility awareness online course teaching women how to chart their cycle, naturally prevent or postpone pregnancy & beyond.
This self-study charting online course is an empowering tool for women to gain knowledge and understanding of their own body and their reproductive health. It is a comprehensive, structured program to teach you about the fertility awareness method (FAM) and the specific rules that you can use plan or prevent pregnancy naturally.
I believe wholeheartedly that if women are searching for natural birth control, they should be able to access this information easily, quickly and affordably wherever they are in the world.
Menstrual Charting Course
Learn to chart your menstrual cycle, understand your body’s rhythems and fertility awareness. By learning to chart your cycle, you can gain a better understanding of your own body and its natural rhythms.
All Language edition – this course is presented in written format woth images (with images and charts) using a language auto-translating software – just choose your native language from the drop down box. This Breaks down language barriers so more women around the world can access this knowledge.
The Fertility Awareness Method is a simple and natural way to understand your body, prevent or postpone pregnancy, and plan for a desired pregnancy. Within the lessons you will learn how to practice the Sympto Thermal Method of Fertility Awareness, and with this knowledge you will be able to prevent or postpone pregnancy naturally (without synthetic hormones) and beyond, with the possibility of a conscious conception.
So, you might like to embrace the surprising benefits of learning about and charting your menstrual cycle! You might just amaze yourself with the insights you gain and the positive changes that could follow. Remember, we’re all unique, and our cycles are no exception. So explore, and find the method that works best for YOU!
And feel free to share your charting journey and experiences in the comments below. Let’s support each other on this incredible journey to better understanding ourselves and our bodies!
Jess is a designer, writer and womens wellness advocate. She believes that each of us have our own unique experiences and stories to share to educate and uplift one another.