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Identifying The Root Cause of Brain Fog, Low Energy & Hair Loss

Many individuals are unaware of the significant impact hormones have on our overall well-being and bodily functions.

Hormones play a crucial role in regulating various functions such as metabolism, libido, acne, hair loss, weight, moods, and many more.

A hormone imbalance can result in symptoms such as depression, iron or other deficiencies, fatigue, and poor health.

Maintaining a proper balance of hormones is essential for optimal functioning.

An analogy would be using the wrong type of oil and gas in a vehicle, it may still run but not perform at its best and you may not be aware of the underlying issue.

While many people are familiar with the effects of a thyroid imbalance, it's important to be aware of other imbalances that may not be as well-known.

Adrenal Imbalance

We have two adrenal glands. The adrenal cortex releases hormones that are necessary for us to live. The adrenal medulla releases hormones that aren’t essential, but they’re still important and affect our health.

Following are symptoms for both an insufficiency and excess of hormone.

If you find you have five or more of the symptoms on either list, it’s possible that your adrenal glands are not functioning as they should.

Adrenal Hormone Insufficiency

• Exhausted no matter how much sleep you get

• Burn Out

• You use stimulants to stay awake

• You feel negative most of the time

• You feel irrational

 •You have bouts of crying over things you wouldn’t normally cry over

• You feel emotionally fragile

• Low blood pressure

• You feel dizzy if you stand up from lying down

• Frequent infections or illness

• Low blood sugar

• Crave salty foods

• Nausea

• Diarrhea, constipation or alternate between both

• Insomnia and have trouble staying asleep

• Awake in the early hours of the morning

Adrenal Hormone Excess

• Struggle to get to sleep even though you’re tired

• Crave sugar particularly after a meal

• Carry extra weight around your midsection/abdominal

• Feel bloated

• Eczema, thin skin or other skin conditions

• Feel like your heart is racing

• High blood pressure

• Shakiness between meals

• Reflux

• Pink or purple stretch marks on your belly or back

• Irregular menstrual cycles

• Often anxious

• Irritability or just don’t feel like yourself

• Have trouble falling pregnant

• Crave carbohydrates

As you can see, hormones can completely change how you feel!

Estrogen Hormone Imbalance

Estrogen hormone might not be what you first think about.

The side effects of this kind of imbalance include acne persisting long after puberty, mood swings, facial hair and a swollen tummy!

The symptoms are more physical and visual with this imbalance, and they affect your fertility.

Symptoms of Estrogen Dominance are:

• Abdominal bloating

• Swollen and/or tender breasts

• Low libido

• Irregular menstrual periods

• Headaches

• Mood swings

• Fibrocystic breasts (lumpy breasts)

• Weight gain

• Hair loss

• Cold hands or feet

• Fatigue

• Trouble sleeping or insomnia

• Forgetful

• Anxiety or irritability

• Difficulty falling pregnant

If you find that you’re experiencing a number of these symptoms, it’s time to look closer.

Luckily, there are natural ways to control and manage your hormones so you feel healthy again.

Click here to learn how to restore the balance of the body's hormones.

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