Synchronization of the menstrual cycle with the Moon's phases

02/08/2021 00:21

Earlier, the menstrual cycle of women was in sync with the moon's phases, and that is a natural rhythm that has been lost in modern life.

Synchronization of the menstrual cycle with the Moon's phases

The menstrual cycle lasts an average of 28 days, and the lunar cycle in which the Moon passes the entire cycle from the new moon to the full moon and back lasts 29.5 days. Just as the Moon fills and empties again and begins its light cycle from scratch, so does the menstrual cycle. Bleeding occurs once a month.

Previously, the female body depended exclusively on natural light - the sun and the moon. The menstrual cycle is a hormonal process, as is the production of melatonin and serotonin. Due to the artificial light we are exposed to throughout the day, this synchronization is disrupted.

Many processes in our body depend on the amount of light we are exposed to.

For example, due to lack of light, the level of melatonin in the body increases, and the level of serotonin decreases. That is why we become more tired and sleepy and in a worse mood during cloudy winter days.

The moon affects our energy in each of its phases

If everything was according to the law of nature, during the full moon, you should ovulate, and not fight PMS symptoms. Therefore, if you synchronize your menstruation with the Moon's phases, your PMS can be easier, headaches, mood swings, bloating can become a thing of the past.


1. Get up at the same time every morning. It doesn’t matter when you went to bed and how many hours you slept. It would be ideal to always lie down at the same time.
2. Sleep in a completely dark room. Lower the blinds, draw the curtains, remove the devices that flash and glow in the dark.
3. Walk in the daylight every day. Do this for at least half an hour, without sunglasses. Let the light reach you!
4. Sleep with a 100 watt light bulb in the bedroom from the 13th to the 17th day of your cycle. Remember, the first day of menstrual bleeding is the first day of your cycle, so keep that in mind when calculating.
5. Use bulbs that emit more than 2500 lumens of light. Read the information on the packages. For example, an ordinary 100-watt light bulb gives 1300 lumens (lux) of light. So you need a stronger light bulb or an energy-saving 100 watt light bulb.
6. Expose yourself to the light of the moon when it is full. Simply stand facing him in the evening, as if sunbathing in the sun.
7. Perform small lunar rituals during the new and full moon. No, you don't have to fly on a broom or play around a fire, light candles, kill black cats. It can be anything. For example, take a warm relaxing bath during the full moon, or go for an evening walk during the new moon.

Do this for at least 6 months and monitor your menstrual cycle.

And of course, for everything to be as it should be, it would be ideal to enrich the menu with seeds, in fact, start with the introduction of a new habit of seed cycling or seed cycle.

Good luck ;)