MEET ‘THE SISTERHOOD’
WOMEN’S HORMONE HEALTH
Many of us would be able to answer basic questions about our period’s problems or how we are transitioning into menopause, such as “How painful is your period?” or “How many hot flashes do you have in a day?”
But do we really know why, how, where, or what is making us flush, turning us on, giving us cramps, making us moody, causing the acne, or inspiring the cravings?
WE THOUGHT IT MIGHT BE HELPFUL TO INTRODUCE YOU TO THE SISTERHOOD. AKA. THE GROUP OF HORMONES THAT SUPPORT YOUR OPTIMAL WOMANHOOD.
In more formal terms, our sex hormones are part a system called the endocrine system. Your brain is the endocrine system’s vital control centre, telling your endocrine glands to produce messengers called hormones (aka. The Sisterhood). These hormones travel instantaneously to relay information to the millions of cells throughout your body. Gossip travels fast in The Sisterhood, and there are never any secrets – your body talks!
Our hormones are one of the most vital aspects of our human experience. When they are balanced and stable you will feel on top of the world! Alternatively, when they are out of whack and exploited you could feel like you just got run over by a semi-truck. Sound about right?
Period problems premenstrual syndrome
Premenstrual disorder (PMS) has different signs and side effects, including mood swings, tender breasts, food desires, weariness, irritability, and discouragement. It’s assessed that upwards of 3 of four discharging ladies have encountered some type of premenstrual condition.
Worst period symptoms ever
While having periods, your chemicals can influence your glucose levels. While your glucose is regularly raised previously and during your period, fluctuating chemicals can cause hypoglycemia for specific individuals. Estrogen can make you more touchy with insulin, bringing down your glucose.
Beneath mentioned are several other period symptoms:
- Heavy bleeding
- Skipped periods
- Breast tenderness
- Unusual consistency
- Significant mood changing
- Irregular periods
WHAT CAUSES THE SISTERHOOD TO BE OUT OF BALANCE?
There are so many places things can go wrong in this process. Mainly:
- Hormones can be slow and deficient or fast and in excess.
- The brain may be overwhelmed with feedback and lacking proper communication with the rest of the body.
- The cells maybe toxic or injured and unable to receive messages from your brain and other endocrine glands.
- When this happens, a patient will experience hormone havoc and in turn become symptomatic.
- Estrogen excess depression: It is notable that estrogen influences sorrow and nervousness. Women in their peak estrogen-producing years or progressing to menopause will generally be impacted by these issues more frequently than one or the other men or postmenopausal ladies. Estrogen is also connected to mindset disturbances in ladies – – premenstrual condition, premenstrual dysphoric problem, and post-birth anxiety.
WHAT DO YOU FEEL IN YOUR BODY?
Recurring Urinary Tract Infections
Breast Swelling & Pain
Feeling Tired or Drowsy
Difficulty Handling Stress
Weight Gain on Abdomen