Hormonal Balance

Hormonal Balance

A high-stress lifestyle coupled with bad eating habits can wreak havoc on a woman’s delicate hormonal balance. Even healthy women who follow a good diet may find glitches in their hormones.

Symptoms of hormonal imbalance may include PMS, osteoporosis, weight gain, unusual sex drive, changes in your skin, allergies, uterine fibroids, urinary tract infections, fatigue, anxiety, water retention, hair loss, facial hair growth and even depression.

By keeping hormones in balance, women can find it easier to maintain a healthy weight, keep a regular menstrual cycle, as well as exude optimal energy levels.

The pituitary gland, located in the brain, makes these hormones.

If you’re having a hard time getting pregnant naturally, relax. …  infertility is often the result of hormone imbalances. Millions of women worldwide suffer from hormonal imbalances in estrogen, insulin, cortisol and adrenaline.

First, remember it takes the average couple 4-6 months to conceive anyway. After one year of trying, you have about an 85-95% chance of getting pregnant before contacting a fertility doctor.

Pregnancy is only granted to those mothers healthy enough to carry the baby. However, modern lifestyles oftentimes are run against what our bodies need to get pregnant.

Infertility is often times the result of hormone imbalances.

Millions of women worldwide suffer from hormonal imbalances in estrogen, insulin, cortisol and adrenaline. These hormonal fluctuations arrive via the typical culprits:

  • Poor gut health
  • Persistent inflammation
  • High levels of stress
  • Toxicity

Fortunately, there’s a slew of naturopathic remedies available to correct hormone imbalances and boost your fertility.

After reading this, you can be confident in knowing you needn’t dabble in synthetic hormone replacements, insulin injections, thyroid regulation or other unnatural corrective paths that you may have needed from a fertility pharmacy if you have been diagnosed with a fertility rating indicating you can’t conceive naturally.

Correcting hormone imbalances is in your control. And, therefore, so is your fertility.

8 Ways to Balance Your Hormones

  1. Fats
  2. Meditation
  3. Acupuncture
  4. Omega 3
  5. Vitamin D
  6. Exercise
  7. Sleep
  8. Overall Diet

I will be writing a new post  to go into detail on these topics and will link to it here..

MH

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