Hormones are chemical messengers that are produced by endocrine glands. They control hunger, emotions, and the reproduction system. Relationship stress, work stress, physical stress, and dietary stress can lead to hormonal imbalance through increased cortisol levels. Poor digestive function can have an impact on adrenal hormones, thyroid hormones, and sex hormones. It is imperative to your entire system to balance good and bad bacteria in your gut.
Symptoms of Hormonal Imbalance Include
Gas, Bloating, and Other Digestive Issues
Night Sweats or Hot Flashes
Craving for Sugar or Alcohol
Breast Tenderness, Lumps, or Cysts
Variation in Menstrual Cycle
What Types of Hormones are There?
Sex hormones – estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone control different aspects of the reproductive system
Adrenal hormones – control the stress response, inflammation, blood sugar & blood pressure
Thyroid hormones – control metabolism, energy, mood, and weight management
Insulin hormones – control blood sugar, hunger, and metabolism
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Your doctor may recommend a Saliva Adrenal test with blood work to determine your hormonal levels. They will also review your Environmental Toxic Exposure levels. There are many common household items and skincare products that contain harmful chemicals that can imbalance your hormones.
Lifestyle Changes Can Often Help to Balance Hormone Levels
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