Do you suffer from Hormonal Imbalance symptoms?


Did you know that over 75 percent of women suffer from hormonal imbalance symptoms?  Are you one of them?

Based on research, more women now have hormonal imbalances than don’t. 

In fact, it has now become so common that it’s considered to be normal. 

So what are some of the symptoms that indicate you may have a “Hormonal Imbalance”, you may wonder?

There are the obvious symptoms that most women I imagine would be aware of. 
They include:  PMS symptoms, bloating, hot flushes, night sweats, mood swings, period problems and weight gain.

  • Or, do your hands and feet feel cold a lot of the time?  
  • Are you suffering from depression or anxiety?  
  • Do you have PMS or problems getting pregnant?  
  • Is your libido not what it used to be?  
  • Do you have sore or lumpy breasts?  
  • Do you have problems with your periods or fibroid tumours? 

Or a whole host of other symptoms you may not have realized as being associated with hormone imbalance…even symptoms such as high blood pressure or high cholesterol.

Plus there are a whole lot of other vague symptoms that you could be suffering from and think are a normal part of life.  They could be things like fatigue, feeling sluggish and lethargic in the mornings, not being able to concentrate or focus as well as previously, memory problems, dry skin or fluid retention?

So, how did this happen?  And, why is this still happening?

There are many reasons.  One big one is the environment and lifestyle we are living in, our modern and westernized society.

We are surrounded by an environment that is causing various types of stress to our bodies on many different levels.  Our bodies were never designed to handle the amount of stress bombarding us from all different directions, but here we are, surrounded by it.  This has now become the modern and accepted way of life.

Unfortunately, this modern way of life is not doing our health any favours and is impacting our quality of life, along with our very lives.

So what sort of stresses, are contributing to this significant increase in women and men having their hormones out of balance, you may ask?

Firstly, we are living in a toxic soup of chemicals that we are constantly exposed to.  We shower in them, we breathe them and we eat them.

On top of the physical and environmental stresses, we are also constantly exposed to mental and emotional stress.  Just our very busy way of life is causing an enormous amount of stress to our physical bodies.  Our hormonal system was never designed to cope with all of this.  No wonder so many of us are suffering so unnecessarily.

So what can you do about this you may ask?

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Please leave me a comment if you can relate to this or have experiences to share.  I love hearing your thoughts and comments.