Adjust Hormone Normally and Feeling Better in Body


Balancing hormones naturally is not only possible, it is also one of the best ways to rebalance your body. If you are wondering how to do this, you are not alone. In fact, almost 50% of women in the United States suffer from a hormonal imbalance, according to a recent survey conducted by Dr. Anna Cabeca, certified obstetrician and author of The Hormone Fix.

In addition, 43% of women report negative effects on their health due to hormonal imbalance, which is a reminder that solving this problem is so important.

My hormonal diagnosis came a year and a half ago when I discovered that adrenal insufficiency leads to extremely low levels of estrogen, progesterone and cortisol. My main symptoms were Exhaustion, irritability, weight fluctuations and inability to relax.

While I am still working to improve my level, I feel much better than I did a year ago. I am still very much on this healing journey and I have to work very hard to alleviate and reduce the stressors of everyday life (even if they don’t feel like Stress, they are still stressors).

For me, natural lifestyle changes have been so impactful, which is why I want to share some of them with you here. In addition, I’m talking a little about hormones and hormonal imbalances, because this education is so important for women.

This article does not replace medical advice. Please seek professional help if you are having trouble balancing your hormones or if symptoms persist.

Hormones and hormonal imbalance: an overview

Hormones are chemical signals in the body that help regulate a variety of internal processes that contribute to your mental, emotional and body well-being. A hormonal imbalance means that there is too much or too little of a certain hormone in your bloodstream.

Since hormones affect such a wide range of physiological functions, even the slightest imbalance can have serious health effects. For example, all of the following problems are often associated with untreated chronic hormonal imbalance:

  • Abnormal Metabolism
  • Irregular Menstruation
  • venereal Dysfunction
  • Insomnia
  • Acne in matures
  • Infertility
  • Diabetes
  • Thyroid problems
  • Gastrointestinal Problems
  • Anxiety or get-down
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • High Cholesterol
  • Unexplained Weight Fluctuations
  • Possible causes of hormonal imbalance

If you consistently notice one or more of the previous symptoms, but you cannot determine the cause, this could indicate a hormonal imbalance. Determining what is the cause is the key to finally finding the relief you have been dreaming of.

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