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How to Minimize Feeling Triggered and Emotional during Your Luteal Phase

Not too long ago, during my period, I felt like I was on a rollercoaster of emotions..

Swinging from highs to lows faster than I could keep up.

It was exhausting, frustrating, and honestly, it made me question my own sanity sometimes.

That’s when I knew I had to stop fighting against my body. Instead of trying to power through those rough days, I started listening to what it was trying to tell me. 

And you know what? I discovered that our body is a great communicator if we just pay attention. 

Sure, there are still tough days, but my period or luteal phase no longer send me spiraling and that’s what this episode is all about.

“I think the biggest thing that we can do is just have the awareness of our cycles, having the awareness that there are times of month that you do need more support and your body does need things that are different.” Renae Fieck

Related podcast episode: Why Your Nervous System Matters When Cycle Syncing

Let’s dive deeper into this episode as I’ve shared:

  • How to manage extreme mood swings and irritability during your period
  • Understanding how stressors in daily life can affect your hormones and your period
  • The one change you can make to enhance hormone function
  • Ways to tune into and adjust to what your body truly needs
  • The importance of tracking your sleep patterns 



If this episode inspired you in some way, take a screenshot of you listening on your device and post it to your Instagram Stories, and tag me, @renaefieck.


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