Most hormones are chemical substances produced by specialized tissue formations called endocrine glands. The substances are secreted directly into the bloodstream, other body fluids, or into adjacent tissues. Hormones regulate metabolic activity of other organs or tissues of the body. The symptoms of hormone imbalance are vast.
Symptoms of Hormonal Imbalance
- Weight Gain
- Dips In Energy
- Fluctuations In Body Temperature
- Decreased Sex Drive
- Moodiness Or Mood Swings
- Difficulty Sleeping
- Menopausal Symptoms for Women
- Andropausal Symptoms for Men
How To Balance Hormones
There are many approaches to assist with types of hormone concerns. There is hormone replacement therapy. This consists of two primary designs. One that uses “man-made” synthetic hormones whose chemical structure differs from those produced in the body and the other which uses bioidentical hormones using chemically synthesized hormones identical to the body. One major disadvantage of these replacement approaches for the average person is the practitioner’s challenge of attempting to do the job of the body’s hormone system consistently across time.
What hormone imbalance treatment do we use?