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Old 03-20-2018, 08:53 AM   #1
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Default Naturopathic Treatment for Hormone Imbalance

Hormonal balance includes using bio-identical hormones, homeopathy, herbs, nutrition, diet and lifestyle for conditions, e.g:

Adrenal fatigue
Thyroid issues
PMS
PCOS
Endometriosis
Infertility
Hot flashes
Mood swings and irritability
Low libido
Andropause issues (menís version of menopause).
To treat hormone imbalance, one of the key things to work on first is balancing the adrenals as this can have a major influence on the other hormones and neurotransmitters. And, oftentimes, the adrenals are the first to be stressed as we are faced with endless lifeís challenges e.g. work, family, relationships, finances, traffic and the list goes on. Once the adrenals become worn out, it now needs to borrow from itís reservesóthe sex hormones. Testosterone and progesterone often times are the hormones being shunted away to support the adrenals. This may be one reason why women who have PMS or menopausal issues are needing progesterone. And for men, besides age-related decrease in testosterone, itís dropping even more as it is being shunted away to help the adrenals.


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