Common Hormone Imbalance Symptoms

You might be surprised at how many common symptoms in women are caused by unbalanced hormones.

Do any of these sound like you?

  • No energy, tired, flat and lost your drive?
  • Not getting enough quality sleep, early morning waking or just hard to fall asleep
  • Wired but tired?
  • Unwanted ‘out-of-control’ sugar cravings and emotions?
  • Cold all the time or embarrassing hot flushes?
  • Anxious feelings, anxiety attacks or heart palpitations?
  • Do you suffer with IBS and other digestive distress?
  • Suffer with migraines and headaches?
  • Do you feel irritated, angry or tearful and completely fed up?
  • Struggle to lose weight or lose the belly?
  • Feel ‘hormonal’ and/or ‘out of control’?
  • Skin, hair and nail changes
  • Menstrual cycle is/has changed?
  • Lost your libido, concentration and memory?
  • Suffer with fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, thyroid issues, PCOS, endometriosis?
  • Urinary infections / incontinence

All of the above along with many other symptoms can be caused by an unbalanced hormone system.

These are the ones I see most often and can be helped naturally.

Are these symptoms normal and what we should expect?

Women’s hormones do change both during a normal cycle and towards menopause; and it is normal for the female body to be constantly in change. However this change was not designed to be distressing, or make us feel like we have an illness. Quite the opposite!

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The intricate and delicate hormone system is also responsible for;

  • Stress response
  • Emotions, feelings
  • Blood sugar balance
  • Metabolism
  • Energy
  • Aging
  • Immunity

The body works together as a team and the hormone system is part of this team. So, unbalanced hormones can impact other organs in the body, and vice versa. This subtle but important balance is slightly but crucially different in all of us. This is why so many symptoms can be related back to hormones.

First step to balance your hormones

The first step is to understand how balanced the organs in your body are. Is your team working together?

The best way to do this is to have a personal Natural Health Assessment

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