World No, menstruating women are not infrequent monsters

14:05  10 august  2018
14:05  10 august  2018 Source:   terrafemina.com

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Absent menstruation , or amenorrhea, is the absence of menstrual periods. Natural causes include pregnancy, breastfeeding, and menopause. Other causes include excessive exercise and stress, certain medications, physical defects, and genetic disorders.

The idea that bears might preferentially attack menstruating women is not new. The Park Service and other agencies even began warning women that bears might be attracted to the smell of menstrual blood, despite no scientific evidence to back up those warnings.

To say that a woman is pissed off because she is menstruating is a popular belief that remains very entrenched. But did you know that menstrual cycles help develop our sense of empathy and increase our ability to resist fear? It is scientifically proven.

"What do you have to be pissed off? Do you have your period or what?" The myth that all menstruating women turn into an irrepressible nerve ball is tenacious. Even today, it is assumed that the great hormonal upheaval caused by menstrual cycles is automatically associated with fits of fury and irritability.

As the French historian Georges Vigarello reminds us, author of the book La Robe and guest of the show A Good summer cup this Friday August 10 on France Inter: "There is a whole imaginary around the rules which is about rejection and worry. There is a set of fantasies like for example that when a woman who has her period approaches certain products, like wine and mayonnaise, she spins them. .) More deeply, these beliefs reveal an anxiety of the feminine. "

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A woman ’s menstrual cycle should in no way deny her the equality of opportunity and become a reason for When a woman starts her period, she has to leave this warmth for the seclusion of a specially built hut. When the women are isolated here, they can't cook, eat nutritious food, drink from or bathe

It is also looking to recognise women are not the only people who menstruate — but achieving this has not come without pushback. There are currently no reliable figures on the number of trans and non-binary people in Australia, according to Australian Research Centre for Sex Health and Society

"Even today, the idea that a woman's biology can confuse her brain is a fundamental element of popular culture," said Zaria Gorvett, author of an article published on August 7, on the website of the BBC. However, the journalist explains that the rules can also have a positive effect on the brain of women.

Greater memory capacity

In his article, Zaria Gorvett cites the work of psychologist Pauline Maki who in 2002 carried out a study with a team of scientists from the Baltimore Gerontology Research Center (United States) , to determine how fluctuating estrogen levels affect the ability of women during each menstrual cycle.

Non, les femmes qui ont leurs règles ne sont pas des monstres infréquentables: Non, les femmes qui ont leurs règles ne sont pas des montres infréquentables © Getty Images No, menstruating women are not unstoppable watches

The study was conducted on a group of 16 female volunteers. Each participant was subjected to psychological tests twice: once just after her period, when estrogen and progesterone levels were low, and once about a week after ovulation, when the levels of these hormones were low high.

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“Not all women menstruate and not all people who menstruate are women ,” OB-GYN Dr. Jennifer Conti No one is denying that the vast majority of people who menstruate are girls and women . As feminist philosopher Dr. Kate Manne pointed out in a recent tweet, cis women are confusing “not

If you are in doubt, the period of waiting will be three months for those women who have ceased menstruating and for those who have not [yet] menstruated ; the waiting period of those who are pregnant will be until they deliver their burden: Allāh makes things easy for those who are mindful of

Although this is a small study, the results are rather surprising. During the days when participants had more female hormones in their system, they were much less able to locate themselves in space , but their memory was at its highest level, in particular the ability to learn new words. When their hormonal levels were lower (so after their period), their ability to find their way in space was restored.

High estrogen production associated with greater social skills

Also according to this study, women who produce a high estrogen level during their periods also have better skills to control their emotions, especially fear and decision to fight or flee.

These strange phenomena are explained by a reaction of hormones in two areas of the brain: the hippocampus and the amygdala. The first stores memory, while the second manages our emotions. Curiously, the amygdala can also be crucial to avoid communication blunders, because it would develop your sense of empathy, and therefore put yourself in the place of the other.

"Women who have the capacity to produce large quantities of estrogens would therefore be better able to recognize fear and have great social skills," says Pauline Maki.

Finally a concrete argument that you can bring out to anyone who will make you an unpleasant reflection on your rules.

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