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Cycle tracking: how to biohack your menstrual cycle to bring flow (sorry) to your work


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by Leonie Corcoran
30th Jun 2022

Read time: 10 mins

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Most of us think that being in that state of peak performance happens by accident, but what if we told you that by tracking your infradian rhythm, you could be in peak flow with “precision, predictability and reliability”? First up, we'll explain what your infradian rhythm is and why the masculine paradigm is impacting women's flow.

You’ve probably heard of your circadian clock, the 24-hour biological rhythm that is inherent to all of us – men and women, old and young. It is our internal sleep-wake timekeeper that we try not to meddle with given it directs many of our body’s processes – from levels of hormones in the blood and body temperature to metabolism and even reaction times.  Men’s testosterone production is organised around their circadian rhythm.  Traditional, pre-Covid work-day...

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