Ladies, we need to understand our menstrual cycle and all the mood swings, physical symptoms and chocolate cravings that go along with it.
Changes in women’s menstrual cycle is often the first sign something is amiss with our health; whether we’re just really stressed and our body is telling us to slow down, or something more serious.
Aside from the health aspect of things, honestly there is nothing worse than deciding to wear a really nice pair of white underwear and then getting your period unexpectedly.
There are almost too many apps to choose from out there so it’s important you choose the right app for you.
Here at B.B, we have done the research and put together the 3 best apps that make tracking your period fun, insightful and simple.
Flo is free to download and easy to use.
The app gives you the options to add weight changes, your moods, sex drive and any other symptoms.
After you’ve logged any changes that you are experiencing, this app provides you with the science as to why you’re feeling angry or have a high sex drive.
After a while this app will also give you personalised daily health insights as it gets to know your cycle.
Eve is free, is sex positive and an all-round femme space.
There are many things in this app that are similar to others out there; keeps track of your periods accurately, allows you to record any physical or mental changes and provides daily health insights.
Eve also keeps track of your exercise and sleep patterns and sexual activity and allows you to record your sexual activity, what kind of sex it was, the quality of the sex and how it made you feel.
The community forum section in this app is truly one of a kind. It allows women to discuss a variety of topics in different forums from Health and Fitness, Beauty and Style to Sex.
It is a positive beautiful space for women, and we highly recommend!
If you’re into no fuss period tracking with a side of hilarity, then this is the app for you.
Aunt Flo is a sleek, minimalist calendar that allows you to see your monthly cycle and will send you reminders such as “The Shit Show Has Arrived”.
Favourite part? Aunt Flo sends a notification to your partner a week before your period is about to arrive, and the first day of your period.
So, there are ZERO excuses to not arriving home with a block of chocolate and a cuddle waiting for you.
This app isn’t free, but the $2.99 it costs goes to a great cause – a portion of the app purchases go to providing women and girls in need with feminine hygiene products.
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