yes, it does. The number one reason that women are more likely to gain weight during their periods is that they spend more time in those “off” times (i.e. the days after ovulation) than during the “on” times (i.e. the days before and after) and so that means that more energy and calories are used up.
The good news is that it’s not true for everyone, and that it doesn’t correlate with the length of time you are on your period. During my last cycle, the average time I spent within the ovulation window was 2.5 days. During my cycle before my last cycle, it only took me about 2.25 days to spend within the window.
I would assume that if you’re constantly on your period, then you’re constantly doing more than you’re used to. However, I don’t know of anyone who has done a study on this. I think it’s just a matter of a person being able to do more on an average day than they used to. So you could be on your period 5 days straight and still be working out.
This may sound odd because it seems like a lot, but the reason I like to keep my period from being on my body is because its not like you have to go near it – you can still run, wear it, or touch it if you so choose. I like knowing youre getting the full benefits of your period, and I like knowing that youre not going to get pregnant from it.
I think this is why most people who have been topless on their period are pretty disappointed when they come back from their period. They feel like they have gained weight. Even though theyve gained a lot of weight, they feel like theyve gained nothing in the way of muscle and nothing in the way of hair. Their muscles are still soft and pink and their hair is still fine. It just doesn’t look like youve gained any muscle or any hair.
Well this is a good thing, I guess. I would have to say that not only is being on your period not necessarily a negative thing, it is actually a very good thing. Youre actually doing yourself some good, and this means that you are actually burning off calories while youre on it. Sure, you might have a bit of a belly after, but itll be a lot less obvious than what it was before you took your period.
That said, one of the things I have found as a side effect of being on my period is that my weight has decreased. Not only that, but I have also noticed that my moods have improved. I find myself happier and more content with my life.
I think this is pretty self-explanatory. You need to find your way through your period without actually having to think about it. Once you find yourself wondering why the hell you’re not taking your period, maybe you can get yourself to bed, or at least put on a nightie and go to bed.
Most women use a pill to regulate their periods. These are called “lansoprazole” and “prochlorperazine”, though I like to call them “prozac”. However, being on your period can take a toll on your health. Your body needs the regular intake of blood and hormones, in order to be fully functional. Your body also needs to burn a certain amount of calories in order to keep up with the demands of your period.
I do not recommend that you take these pills. I had one of my own, and the whole thing was a nightmare. The pills seemed to increase my appetite, and I ended up eating more than I would have otherwise. I also found that I had no desire to get up and go to the kitchen, but I did end up doing that about three times a day. I found that I was also a horrible sleeper, and would wake up at odd hours and feel terrible.