August 8, 2017
7 signs of hormonal imbalance in women
Periodic insomnia, with disturbed sleep, the incapacity of an uninterrupted sleep has roots in a hormonal imbalance.
Studies have begun to insinuate that insomnia in women is caused by progesterone deficiency, while in men is caused by low levels of male sex hormone, testosterone.
In the morning you get out of bed, tired, though you slept all night long? During the day, the tiredness continues, and you become depressed? And in this case, we can find the culprit in the hormones.
Insulin, which is responsible for the metabolism of sugar, is an important hormon, which in its way affects the level of energy in our body.
Changes in diet (such as reducing the amount of simple carbohydrates) weight loss and regular exercise can help keep your blood sugar level stable throughout the day.
This phenomenon is the often in women, and it is associated with low levels of estrogen and impaired thyroid gland activity. This is expressed in the form of increased sweating, even in a calm state.
You feel that you are out of obligation, work, and information. But the cause can be the hormones, especially cortisol, the hormone of the adrenal glands that protect us in the event of stress. In this case, his level is low, and our stress protection is at the mercy of the circumstances.
Feeling too loud to speak, nervous on little things, sounds, and people around you? This is a disturbed relationship of two women's hormones - estrogen is high, and progesterone is low.
You're a slim, but you always have that ‘’fatty balloon ‘’ around your stomach. This is a common female problem for which cortisol and insulin are responsible.
At low levels of estrogen, femininity and lack of sexual desire are occurring in women.