3/7/2023 0 Comments
How to support PMS, menopause symptoms, PCOS, prostate health, acne and prevent hormonal cancers.
Hormones — such as estrogen, testosterone, adrenaline and insulin, are extremely important chemical messengers that affect many aspects of your overall health. That’s why a hormonal imbalance can be problematic, so you want to make sure you know how to balance hormones.
What are hormones?
Hormones are molecules produced by the endocrine system that send messages to various parts of the body. They help regulate your body’s processes, like hunger, blood pressure, temperature, mood, sleep and sexual desire. While hormones are essential to reproduction, they are fundamental to all the systems of your body. Hormones are released from glands in your endocrine system. They tell your body how to breathe and how to expend energy. Hormones flow through the whole body, but only affect certain cells designed to receive their messages. Hormones and hormone receptor sites work together like a lock and a key.
What do hormones do in my body?
All bodies experience hormonal shifts constantly throughout the day. When you eat a meal, the pancreas produces the hormone insulin to help regulate blood sugar. When you slam on the brakes to avoid a car collision, your adrenal glands pump out the hormone adrenaline (epinephrine) to help you act quickly. Your pineal gland works to produce the hormone melatonin to help you get restful sleep at night.
When hormones aren’t balanced correctly, an endocrine disorder can be to blame. Having too much of a hormone (also known as hyper-function) or not having enough of a hormone (known as hypo-function), can cause problems.
Hormonal imbalance can cause:
SOME SYMPTOMS OF HORMONAL IMBALANCE
- Brain fog
- Weight gain or loss, water retention
- Appetite loss or lack of satiety
- High Blood Pressure/Low Blood Pressure
WHAT YOU CAN DO TO BALANCE YOUR HORMONES
SUPPORTIVE SUPPLEMENTS TO HELP BALANCE HORMONES
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