The Power of Hormones in Your Everyday Life
The Top 5 Impact Hormones
Thyroid Gland Hormone
The thyroid is in charge of the metabolism of your entire body. People with low thyroid are often tired and are more susceptible to gaining weight. The thyroid is also intimately linked to the adrenal glands. In order to properly treat the thyroid, adrenals must always be addressed simultaneously. If the adrenals are in good shape then there is a green light for fixing the thyroid.
Progesterone performs as series on our bodies. It makes us feel peaceful and sleep well, if affects the brain by keeping us sharp, balances our blood sugar, stimulates the cells that build bones, and protects our breast tissue from the proliferation activity of estrogen. Taking care of your adrenal glands, the organ that is responsible for producing progesterone, by meditating and exercising lightly can alleviate stress on the adrenal glands, ultimately balancing out your progesterone levels.
Estrogen has an impact on may cells and systems in our body. Common symptoms of estrogen deficiency include hot flashes, night sweats, brain frog, osteoporosis, painful intercourse, thinning hair and mood swings. Estrogen is activated and converted in the liver, so therefore, it is essential to cleanse or detox at leas once a year would naturally benefit the balance of your hormone levels to help you think and perform your best.
Testosterone is the secret anti-aging weapon for men AND women. Testosterone is well known for its effects on libido but it does so much more. Testosterone benefits your bones, brain, treat depression, increases our energy and is the missing key ingredient to weight loss. It has even been shown to prevent cancer. Though we only need a small amount for women, it has an outsized role in making us feel and function our best.
Your adrenal glands are walnut sized organs that sit on top of your kidneys. They are the factory for many of your hormones. If you have adrenal fatigue, the adrenals can’t give you the energy to love your life. They are responsible for so many hormonse that affect how you feel, function and even ow you look.