When it comes to hormone health, some of the biggest problems could be in plain sight in your bathroom, bedroom and kitchen. Lots of ingredients in your beauty and bathroom products contain chemicals that are known as endocrine disruptors.
No doubt you’re well aware of how important a balanced diet is for staying healthy and this can be true for your hormones too. When it comes to reducing Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) symptoms, some foods are much more beneficial than others.
Do you feel tired and stressed more often than not? Are you noticing that you’re gaining weight easily and struggling to lose it? These can be signs that your levels of cortisol, a stress hormone, are on the high side.
Ever wondered how to tell if you might have a hormone imbalance? It can be tricky to spot the signs as many of the symptoms can be vague and have a few potential causes. This is because hormones act as “messengers” that have a big impact on how your body works.
One of the most common issues that perimenopausal and menopausal women may experience are mood swings and depression. Perimenopause refers to the years of hormonal upheaval that precedes a woman’s final menstrual period.
Everyday in my clinic, I see women who are struggling with issues such as mood swings ranging from irritability and rage to depression as well as weight gain, fatigue, skin changes, sleep disturbances and feeling down right awful!