Do you have a hormonal imbalance?

Issue: 14 - 06 Nov 2007

Hormonal imbalance in women

  • PMS symptoms such as being emotional, anxiety, tension, irritability, hostility and aggression
  • Allergy symptoms
  • Depression, fatigue and anxiety
  • Mood swings
  • Heart palpitations
  • Insomnia or restless sleep
  • Endometriosis
  • Fibrocystic breasts
  • Hair loss and facial hair growth
  • Headaches, dizziness and foggy thinking
  • Low sex drive
  • Osteoporosis
  • Urinary tract infections and incontinence
  • Uterine fibroids
  • Digestive issues
  • Weight gain, water retention and bloating
  • Cravings for sweets or carbohydrates
  • Dry or wrinkly skin
  • Stiffness or joint pain
  • Hot flushes or night sweats

Hormonal imbalances in men

As men age, they begin to experience changes in their bodies.

  • Abdominal fat increases
  • Muscle mass decreases.
  • Leg and muscle cramps
  • Swollen feet and ankles
  • Osteoporosis ( bone loss)
  • You can also experience a distressing decline in your sex drive
  • Low blood sugar and imbalances in blood sugar
  • Depression, mood swings and irritability
  • Foggy thinking or memory loss
  • Heart disease risk rises
  • Fatigue
  • Hot flushes or night sweat
  • Headaches or migraines
  • Prostate problems, decreased urinary flow
  • Increased urinary urge and burning sensation
  • Insomnia & sleep disturbances
  • Infertility problems
  • Decreased stamina
  • Allergies
  • Oily skin & adult acne
  • Age & liver spots

Some of the causes of hormonal Imbalance

Poor Diet:

  • We should make sure our diet is rich in wholegrain, leafy greens and a wide variety of vegetables and fruit.
  • It is important to make sure you drink between 2.5 to 3 litres of filtered or boiled water daily
  • Avoid fast foods and processed foods
  • A vital element missing in our fast and processed food diet is fiber. Without a sufficient amount of fiber to help your body get rid of excess hormones, they can be reabsorbed into the bloodstream.
    And while our diets are severely lacking in nutrients, they are surprisingly rich in one of the last things we need when trying to achieve hormone balance: synthetic estrogens. Synthetic hormones are injected into animals, especially cattle, in order to fatten them up quickly. Unfortunately, this means women can get too much estrogen and not enough nutritional support to be able to make the hormones that counteract estrogen


Unhealthy lifestyles

  • Due to modern technology we tend to spent more time working or playing games on computers and watching television instead of following more physical pursuits. Which in turn tends to slow our metabolism down and we retain more fat. Fat stores release estrogen, which further contributes to hormonal imbalances

Environmental Pollutants

  • We are exposed to all kinds of unnatural estrogens in our daily lives, particularly from products derived from petrochemicals, (e.g., plastics, Styrofoam, car exhaust, carpet glue). These foreign estrogens are absorbed into our systems where they mimic estrogen’s effects, all the while causing harmful side effects. They also occupy receptor cells and inhibit progesterone production. This unfortunate event leads to the contribution of hormone imbalances.

Chronic Stress

  • Chronic stress in a major cause of hormonal imbalances since it interrupts all of the body’s cycles. When you are stressed your adrenal glands work overtime. They are in a constant state of fight and flight, but your body is not built to endure this state for extended periods of time. Therefore, you end up with hormonal deficiencies – with your adrenal glands constantly taxed your ability to manage stress is significantly decreased and the adrenal hormones are not able to contribute to all the hormonal pathways in which they are so intricately involved.

Benefits of having a balanced hormonal system

  • Weight loss and decreased fluid retention
  • Energy increase
  • Improved sleep
  • Healthier and thicker hair, skin and nails
  • Improved sex drive and sexual endurance
  • Increased lean muscle
  • Improved immune system
  • Decreased menopausal symptoms
  • Increased memory retention
  • Stronger bones
  • Mood elevation

Let’s start correcting your hormonal imbalance

Try our Natural HGH Complex

  • It helps your body to release more of your own Human Growth Hormone.
  • It is 100% Natural
  • No known side effects or contraindications
  • Start to feel and look healthier, more vibrant, trimmer and younger
  • Feel energized and revitalized

Relaxation therapy

There are many ways to relax and reduce stress:

  • Listen to a relaxation tape
  • Meditate
  • Do a moving meditation such as tai-chi.
  • Go for a walk or swim
  • Practice breathing exercises

Any one of the above techniques is an excellent tool for helping to bring your body back into balance.

Diet and Lifestyle

Keep it simple:

  • Eat a healthy diet, as pointed out above
  • Avoid fatty and processed foods
  • Avoid any pollutants and chemicals
  • Smile and laugh a lot and enjoy every moment as if it was your last one.
"I have a constant feeling of well being. I find that when I started taking the Natural HGH my sleeping really improved and I was waking up in the morning refreshed and full of energy. I now find that my energy is not only excellent but I maintain it throughout the day, not needing those afternoon naps anymore."
Joan, Retired Nurse, QLD

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