Women experience period or menstrual cycle every month. Talking about the period before the millennium generation was more than a sin. Then some have the most serious names: Millennial Generation or Gen Y. Due to the progressive attitude of the younger generation, the period is not a taboo. It is clearly a truth now. Girls, as well as boys, are learning to treat this as a normal physiological process. The matter is equally simple, natural to everyone everywhere in society. But nobody recognizes it. Women still have to worry about home, work, road, coworkers or friends, the period of mass transit. Their feelings of discomfort have not completely gone away. If asked, how much do we know about the period? what can we say?
Let’s land a scene. Suppose you have a girlfriend or sister or lover who is feeling bad today. The thought that will smack into the head, whether the girl’s period or not? If the girl’s relationship with you is cordial enough, you might even ask her directly. This is another scene. If a husband has a physical attraction to his wife more than usual, then it is likely that his ovulation is going on. Ever wondered the question, why do these things happen? It happens due to hormone variations.
Periods and hormones
Since ancient times, women’s sexual needs have always been considered secondary. That is, sexual desire for heterosexuals has been identified as the main motivation for male demands. Amazing, but true, this is exactly what the whole world pictured. However, the fact is that nature created both men and women with sexual attraction. Progesterone directly negatively affects women’s sexual needs.
Women lose their physical interest due to progesterone. Estradiol, on the other hand, plays a role in physically activating women. That is, women’s sexual needs, which are physically active, are somehow regulated by various hormones. Let’s get into the context of how the breakdown of various hormones affects the brain.
In the immediate aftermath of the end of the period, women are more capable of displaying skills than men. Let’s come to the context of distance for example. At this point, women are capable of more analytical behavior than anything else. At three weeks of age they become unique in communication. When a person scares, they can guess fast. At one point in the period, their brains begin to behave more efficiently.
The ovaries release various amounts of estrogen and progesterone throughout the month. The primary function of these two hormones is to tighten the uterine wall. It is also to determine the timing of ovulation from the ovaries. Two remarkable studies have been conducted on the effects of these hormones on the brain as well as the duration of the period.
Smoking cessation success
First, let’s quit smoking. Undoubtedly, smoking is an extremely harmful act. However, the adverse effects of smoking are more pronounced in women than in men. In addition to that, women have to struggle far more than men to quit smoking.
Once the usual routine of serving tobacco products, it is much more difficult for women than men. But here in one direction, women are ahead of men. Considering women who are at the normal rate of the period, the whole month can be divided into several stages. If a woman performs the primary task of smoking cessation in her follicular or pre-ovulatory condition, her success rate for tobacco exclusion is much higher than that of women excluding tobacco in the luteal or pre-menstrual phase.
That is, a non-smoking woman must first promise that she will quit smoking. Then the first attempt to keep yourself away from tobacco products will be in the fruit of the fruit. In doing so, he will go a little further than others.
The complexities of dreaming
Now talk about dreams. Menstruation has a major impact on the functioning of the brain during sleep. In the pre-observatory and pre-menstrual stages women have higher rates of dreaming. Due to the presence of both hormones in estrogen and progesterone, dreams become more complex and longer in pre-menstrual conditions. Progesterone increases mood swings, anxiety, aggression and mood swings. Cognitive function is sometimes increased in women’s brains due to periods that prove the complexity, divergence, clarity, etc. of dreams.
Estrogen and the brain
The hormone called estrogen affects two regions of the brain. One is the hippocampus and another is the amygdala. The hippocampus is largely responsible for memory conservation. Memories are stored on the hippocampus by experiencing different types of experiences. Because of this experience, the brain increases its social communication skills. That is, driven by memories, the brain tries to adjust itself to the new environment. It is also trying to capture the thoughts of others. The hippocampus grows and becomes more functional due to the extra presence of estrogen in the female body every month.
The amygdala is another region of the brain. This part of the brain deals with emotions. Especially for fear or decision making. Participating in combat or avoiding tactics under adverse circumstances; Which is the best decision between the two is taken through the amygdala. Seeing a frightened person may also incite fear of others, depending on the amygdala. Due to estrogen variations, a woman was able to judge a frightened person from her position. The excessive presence of hormones makes a woman more sympathetic to another at certain times of the month. Women who are unable to produce estrogen due to problems, their social skills are relatively low.
The last word
I will talk about brain lateralization. Brain lateralization is more common in men. That is, men are more efficient at using any one side of the brain for any task. On the other hand, the rate of lateralization is quite low for women. A nerve impulse uses both sides of the brain to process. Hormonal levels allow women more flexibility in their thinking at certain times. After all, how did the menstrual cycle become a curse for women?