Hormonal Imbalance Conditions

hormonal-conditionsHormonal imbalance has been a taboo subject for many years. Women don’t want to talk about them; men do not want to hear about them; and doctors don’t understand them.

Conditions arising from Hormonal imbalance can be difficult to diagnose; and treatments are often ineffective and can contribute to worsening of the glandular imbalance which has created the problem in the first place.

It’s important to understand hormonal symptoms are simply an expression of the body trying to cope with a larger glandular imbalance. Hormones are merely messengers from the glandular system to aid the body in its attempts to communicate with itself.

Hormones are released from glands to affect a response at a cellular level. When the glandular system becomes incapable of correctly managing the levels of hormones in the system and their desired response, hormone levels fluctuate causing false signals to cells. Cells begin to under or over react to the hormone messages and hormonal imbalance symptoms begin to manifest.

Initially symptoms may be mild, or even unnoticed, until eventually cellular changes occur and physical symptoms develop such as menstrual and emotional fluctuations. If left untreated a wide range of serious physical changes can occur like Endometriosis, Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and certain cancers.

There are two distinct types of symptoms resulting from hormonal fluctuations; physical and psychological/emotional. Most women experience a combination of both and there are complex biochemical reactions which occur to give a woman her individual symptom picture. Although modern medical science tends to diagnose a woman with a particular hormonal imbalance and give it a name, most women suffer from their own individual biochemistry and hormonal pattern. No two women will present with exactly the same symptom picture, personal history or biochemistry.

Each woman is individual and unique in their own right and need to be treated as such. Trying to alter hormonal levels based on a textbook definition of her symptoms is a very simplistic approach to treatment and will result in only marginal improvement in symptoms.

For true healing to occur a holistic model needs to be employed which aims to understand the development of the imbalance and treat the larger glandular malfunction. The Happy Hormones program takes into consideration the main causative factors in glandular malfunction and creates an environment where the body can heal itself, rather than relying on pharmaceutical intervention. The human body has an innate healing potential far more intelligent and powerful than any doctor or pharmaceutical. You just need to give it the environment and tools to work. Just as a sick plant will regenerate when given the correct environment, the human body will too!

Common hormonal imbalance conditions which can be supported with the Happy Hormones program include:

  • Premenstrual Tension
  • Menopause
  • Endometriosis
  • Fibroids
  • Cysts
  • Depression
  • Infertility
  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
  • Acne
  • Dysmenorrhea

Learn more about how you can take back control with the simple, yet powerful Happy Hormones approach to balancing hormones and leading a healthy and happy life. Take the health assessment and receive your personalised free report to get started on the road to recovery.

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