When your hormones need balance…. what are the signs?

So, ladies here’s the question, have you found yourself feeling disconnected from your body or mind? Well, a hormone imbalance could be the culprit. Our team at SlenderMe Medial supports people each day looking for answers about what’s happening inside their bodies. In an interest to serve you with your ongoing health and wellbeing we wanted to share some of the key signs that could make you a perfect candidate for hormone replacement therapy.

Signs your hormones need some love:

Check in with yourself now, are you experiencing

-Bloating

-fatigue

-irritability

hair loss

-palpitations

-mood swings

-problems with blood sugar

-trouble concentrating

-infertility

These are just a few symptoms of a potential hormone imbalance. The challenge is, as we age, our hormones are more likely to eb and flow. The truth is that our hormones affect every cell in our system. Hormone imbalances can take you out of commission. Some hormonal shifts are normal, like monthly fluctuations responsible for menstruation and ovulation or the changes that occur during pregnancy. Menopause is another time for a normal hormonal shift in a woman’s life. Other times these fluctuations may be due to a medication or a medical condition. Here’s an interesting tip, Cortisol which is an important hormone for your body can absolutely become imbalanced due to stress or illness. I’m sure when you look at your life you can certainly find aspects where you may experience regular stress! Well, stress effects your adrenal function which can absolutely affect your hormone levels.

Becoming aware of the signs and symptoms of hormone imbalance will allow you to notice when things in your body and mind just don’t seem right. For example, if you find yourself tossing and turning at night, never really falling asleep or finding that good quality snooze your hormone balance could absolutely be a contributor. Progesterone is one compound released by the ovaries that supports sleep. Lower levels of Progesterone may make it difficult to fall and stay asleep.

Ways you can give your hormones some love:

-Move your body. Low intensity exercise can help lower elevated cortisol levels.

-Healthy Eating

-The right combination of vitamins and minerals

-reducing stress

-maintaining a healthy weight

Here’s the most important piece, it’s Individualized Care. Making sure that you are supported by a holistic approach that allows for your body and mind to be in a state of balance. There are many components to consider. Which is why SlenderMe Medical is her to help. Our hormone replacement therapy treatments are customized to your unique body and mind. With the consultations that we offer we can assess all symptoms and look to past medical history, social history, family history, and lab analysis to assist in an optimal/individualized plan of care.  If you’ve found this information supportive take advantage of working with the team that’s here to serve you! Reach out today to schedule your consultation and together we’ll find the balance!

Corona: Tel: 951-898-8515 E-mail: info@slendermemedical.com AND Irvine: Tel: 949-559-5130

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