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Hormone Imbalances

Feeling irritable, angry and cravings chocolate like crazy?

Have you checked your hormones?

85% – 97% of women of  reproductive age experience menstrual and hormone disorders including PMS, endometriosis, fibroid’s, hot flushes and polycystic ovaries.

Pain and hormonal symptoms are common, many women suffer in silence;  assuming  mood swings, menstrual pain and cramping, or irregular cycles are normal.

This is not the case and your monthly period should be a regular and relatively symptom-free process.

What is going on with your hormones?

Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

Perhaps the most well-known complaint, PMS is used to describe several symptoms that collectively occur during the second half of the menstrual cycle and subside with the onset of the period or very soon afterwards.

The most common emotional or mood-related symptoms include;

  • irritability
  • anxiety
  • poor mood
  • weepiness

Common physical symptoms include:

  • bloating
  • breast tenderness
  • acne
  • food cravings
  • brain fog
  • sleep disturbances

Endometriosis

A condition in which endometrial tissue (the lining of the uterus) is found in sites outside the uterus, but typically within the abdomen.  Oestrogen stimulates the growth of endometrial tissue.  Every month, when oestrogen is produced endometrial tissue is stimulated, wherever it is located.  The can cause significant pain and inflammation, pelvic discomfort, painful intercourse, abnormal bleeding, PMS and in some cased may affect fertility.

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

A hormonal condition characterized by high levels of the hormone testosterone in a woman’s body.  Symptoms of PCOS include hirsutism (excessive growth of hair on a woman’s face and body), obesity, infertility and insulin resistance (blood glucose imbalances)

Infertility & Difficulty conceiving

For many couples, deciding to have a baby is an exciting time, but for 1 in 7 couples this is a difficult process.  Your doctor may find a reason such as Polycystic ovaries, endometriosis or sperm issues but for many the diagnosed is “unexplained”.

Pre-conception health care ideally should commence 3-6 months before attempted conception, but anytime is right.  Our clients report a 90-95% success rate after following our program.  During your pre-conception health program we assess your health, check for imbalances and address these to have you both in optimal health.  Lose that extra weight, support your bodies stress levels, and deal with other issues.

Pre-conception health programs also support the health of your pregnancy and offspring.  New research is emerging daily on the benefits of optimal health at conception.

Peri-menopause

This often starts in your late 30’s and early 40’s, the time before menopause.

This is a time of fluctuating oestrogen levels, where your period begins to change, for example, your periods may become shorter or longer, heavier or lighter.

You will make more oestrogen than before and less and less progesterone. Common symptoms include hot flushes, sleep disruption and night sweats. These can be supported naturally.

Menopause

The normal range range for menopause is between 45 to 55 years of age, with the average being 50.  This is a time of low oestrogen when symptoms are likely to reduce. You have officially entered menopause when you have not had a period for one year.

Natural Treatment Solutions for Female Reproductive Issues

Holistic treatment of female reproductive issues focus on restoring balance to hormonal and reproductive systems, not only by addressing symptoms, but also by correcting underlying imbalance.  Many herbal and nutritional combinations are available to suit your  health needs.

Are you ready to start addressing your hormone balance? 

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