The power of hormone tracking

How the science behind Hormona enables you to tackle change on your own terms

The power of hormone tracking

How the science behind Hormona enables you to tackle change on your own terms

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of women suffer from hormonal imbalances
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of women say they do not understand their hormones
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of women feel lonely in their hormonal journey

How many times have you heard that your body is a mystery?

Spoiler alert, it’s not. The answers lie with your body’s chemical messengers and we can help you understand them.

Cycles are so much more than periods. Hormones are so much more than PMS. Hormona is so much more than tracking symptoms.

Get started now to act, not just track. 

#BeHormoneCurious

How do hormones affect my body?

In case you didn’t know, hormones affect and control most things in our body. This includes everything from our energy levels, to our body temperature to our mental and physical health. 

That’s why it is so important we understand them, stay on top of them and make sure they’re balanced. 

Symptoms of hormone imbalance can take shape in many different ways. In fact up to 45 different symptoms are associated with hormone imbalance. These hormonal symptoms include things like:

  • anxiety
  • hair-loss
  • acne
  • brain fog 
  • low libido
  • irregular periods

But the good news is, you can easily bring more balance to your hormones and improve on your symptoms yourself by making some well-designed lifestyle and diet changes.

Hormona's action based approach to hormone tracking

Our data driven approach to hormonal health takes into consideration all areas of your life that can affect your hormones. 

We have teamed up with experts in a range of fields to develop your personalized hormone information. 

This ensures that the information provided to you is not only right for your hormonal cycle, but also for your specific symptoms.

Finally there’s a way for you to combat the symptoms of hormone imbalance and live a healthier and happier life!

How are my hormones connected to the three phases of my cycle?

Your hormones are what creates the different phases of your cycle.

Depending on the chemical messages of the dominant hormone at any one time, different things will happen. Our cycle is the result of the messages sent.

The different phases of you cycle are called the follicular phase, ovulation phase and luteal phase.

Follicular Phase

The follicular phase starts on the first day of menstruation and ends when you start to ovulate. During this phase, the egg-containing pods called follicles ripen and one of the eggs mature. 

In this phase you tend to feel:

Ovulation Phase

This is when the follicle releases the mature egg, sending it down the Fallopian tube on its way to fertilization. This is the shortest phase of your cycle as it only lasts for 24h.

In this phase you tend to feel:

Luteal Phase

 

Here, the follicle that released the egg transforms into the corpus luteum which starts to produce progesterone that thickens the lining of the uterus preparing for a fertilised egg to implant.

In this phase you tend to feel:

mobile with hormona hormone tracking dashboard screen

Hormone health 2.0

As you learn more about your hormones via our daily insights and advice, you will quickly notice that your hormones fluctuate a fair bit throughout your cycle. 

The hormonal fluctuations impact your day to day life by influencing your mood, energy levels, sleep patterns and productivity. That is why we at Hormona are also developing the first of its kind at-home hormone test for weekly monitoring.

Understand your unique hormone profile

Our test combines the most essential biomarkers for a healthy cycle and hormone profile into one simple test that you can do from the comfort of your home.

By understanding your unique hormone profile, you can optimise your lifestyle and make better choices for your overall health. You can also notice any changes to your hormonal baseline and take action immediately.

Optimize your hormones, optimize your wellbeing

Tracking your hormones should be as natural as tracking the number of steps you take in a day, or how many calories you have consumed. 

With consistent tracking and monitoring of your hormones our algorithm can help you understand how your hormones change over time. 

We can give you personalized predictions and insights to truly optimize your wellbeing.

Meet the experts behind Hormona

Dr Rocio Salas-Whalen endocrinologist

Dr Rocio Salas-Whalen

ENDOCRINOLOGIST

Hormone specialist who believes that every patient is different and that effective care must be customized according to individual needs.

megan hallet nutritionist

Megan Hallet

NUTRITONIST

Women’s health nutritionist and nutritional therapist who specialises in addressing the root issue to various endocrine and reproductive conditions and symptoms.

Katerina Shkodzik md ob-gyn

Katerina Shkodzik

MD, OB-GYN

Obstetrician and gynaecologist with a background in both patient care and health-tech that can see the benefit that technology can bring to women’s health.

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