Is hormone health a problem for you? Not sure? Definitely know it is? Know someone who it could be affecting?
Our reproductive hormones have a complex relationship with our entire body. They have a close relationship with the brain, our adrenal system and interact with many of the tissues in our bodies, influencing how we function in a myriad of ways. So maintaining or correcting hormone health can have significant positive impact on many factors.
If you are having regular menstrual cycles and they are roughly between 26 to 30 days – in between day one and day one – then that’s a good start. If those periods come and go without any issues and there’s no pain, uncomfortable breast changes, mood changes, skin changes or any other kind of cyclical symptoms that are a bit disruptive, then that also is a really good sign. If you have no fertility issues and are not having any trouble getting pregnant then that ticks another box, so chances are that your hormone health is doing alright.
But it may be that you do have some of those symptoms – many women do – and you might like to know a little bit more about how you can check up on what is really going on with your hormone health. This video is for you!
Or alternatively you might be at the other end of the spectrum. You might be cruising through peri-menopause towards menopause with absolutely no problems, or you might be really struggling with this time. However if you are experiencing hot flushes, sleep disruption, night sweats, mood changes, difficulty thinking or a myriad of other symptoms that a lot of women experience when they’re transitioning from their fertile years, then you might want to listen in as well. In this video I’m going to talk about what you can do to find out more about what is really going on with your hormones, and also how you can help yourself.
So click the video image above to learn more about hormone health and what you can do to better support it.
If you’d like some personalised help, contact me directly to find out how we could work together.