Pandemic periods: why women's menstrual cycles have gone haywire
25 days ago - By The Guardian
A majority of menstruating women have experienced changes to their cycle over the last year, surveys suggest. One of the main culprits? Persistent stress
We will not look back on the past year as a vintage one for the human body. Since March 2020, many of us have experienced physical manifestations of stress that correspond to living through a global pandemic. From low energy and headaches to changes in mood and disrupted sleep , our rhythms are deeply upset. And many women have experienced changes to a fundamental rhythm: the menstrual cycle. Rachel Burns has always experienced...
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