The key to everything is balance. If we are talking about hormones balance is even more important. A healthy and energetic body is exactly connected with harmony between various hormones.
If one part of the body is disturbed it can cause chaos. All body parts are one working organ connected to each each other.
Hormonal disorders can have a variety of symptoms. In women, it can lead to disorders of the menstrual cycle and increased nervousness. In men it often leads to erectile dysfunction and lack of energy. Hormonal imbalances are also one of the most common reasons for weight gain.
Hormones are controlled for the balance of the physical and mental parts of the body. The action of hormones is interdependent. For example, you cannot pay attention to estrogen by itself without paying attention to your thyroid hormones. The hormone system is also called the endocrine system and can be compared to a structure in which each hormone is like a separate stone. If just one of the stones falls out of place then the whole structure may be destroyed.
Hormone Imbalance :
Balanced Hormones :
- Full of energy
- Weight loss
- Cortisol : The Stress hormone. Get good sleep, recognize stressful thinking, practice relaxation.
- Progesterone: Secondary stress hormone. Vitamin C and veggies can help ( Paprika, kale, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, black currant, kiwi, strawberries, white cabbage)
- Estrogen The most important function is to control the proper development of the reproductive organs. (Fermented vegetables, onion vegetables, food rich in omega-3, mushrooms, herbs teas)
- Testosterone – This is the most important sex hormone in men. It is produced the testes for men and in the ovaries for women. (Scientists have found that due to its high content of antioxidants and vitamins one cup of pomegranate juice a day can increase testosterone levels)
Hormones influence the functioning of every tissue in your body. Therefore it is important to pay attention to every part and make sure they are each in balance with each other.