Hormone Imbalance: Symptoms and Treatment
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A hormonal imbalance is when your body isn’t getting enough or getting too much of a certain hormone.
Would you even know if you had a hormone imbalance?
I believe that hormones, inflammation, and gut health are like a trifecta. When you have one imbalance, it creates an overall imbalance. And when you fix one, the other one improves.
How does a hormonal Imbalance happen?
These imbalances can happen with stress and just not eating correctly among other factors we encounter in our daily lives. When this happens it can cause a whole domino effect on your gut, which can weaken your immune system and also cause hormone imbalances.
So if you’re feeling not quite right, stressed out, a little moody, or feeling a little brain fogged. You may want to consider a little balancing of your hormones. Hormones help dictate everything from our hunger and sleep to our blood sugar and mood.
Not to mention the health ailments this can cause, as I mentioned in my 2 previous blogs where I talked about whether or not your hormones were out of whack and what could happen with your gut health if your hormones were out of whack.
Let me just touch on it lightly to remind you. If you are suffering from any of these symptoms below, you MAY have a little hormone imbalance.
I’m talking CHRONIC inflammation. Chronic low-level inflammation isn’t good — it’s associated with many problems, including fatigue, weight gain, brain fog, acne, allergies, and autoimmune disease.
With a hormone imbalance, you may experience the above symptoms, as well as heightened PMS.
If your gut is unbalanced, you may also have bloating, constipation, or acid reflux along with food sensitivities.
This is only a FEW of the health issues that can be caused by a hormonal imbalance. So how do you BALANCE it all?
Add adaptogens to your life. Adapta-WHO?
Adaptogenic herbs can dramatically improve your health and life. It is a scientifically and historically proven tool to optimize your health.
Adaptogenic herbs — ESPECIALLY:
maca (helps regulate the pituitary gland and balance hormones)
rhodiola (supports a balanced outlook in
those affected by the highs and lows of stress)
ashwagandha (provides effective anti-stress support and
immune and circulatory system enhancement.)
Ashwagandha and rhodiola improve thyroid and adrenal function, creating systemic balance and increased energy.
All of the above are just a FEW of the adaptogens that help the body adapt to stress.
Adaptogens improve the entire body’s resistance to stress (not just a particular organ or system) and create balance and harmony in the body, thereby reducing inflammation and balancing hormones. Adaptogens help your body to stabilize and improve without crashes and vicious cycles.
I hope you have found this information on how to NATURALLY balance your hormones with adaptogens. If you have any questions, feel free to comment below or message me. I’d be happy to answer any questions you may have. I can also send you a link to see which adaptogens would help best to balance YOUR hormones. Whether you’re looking to balance your hormones, fix your gut, or reduce inflammation, following the above tips can be life-changing. I highly recommend taking the little quiz to see which adaptogens you would benefit from the most.
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