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How periods really affect a woman’s working life

Daniel Glaser says variations in the way women respond to hormonal changes means how ‘sharp’ they feel in relation to where they are in their monthly cycle will also vary Many women won’t be surprised by the results of a BBC survey in which more than half of female workers said they’d experienced period pain that affected their ability to do their job. But while some might report feeling drained of energy and motivation when their period is due, others find they actually perform better at mental and physical tasks at that time of the month.
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