Methods to Help Manage Healthy Estrogen Balance
Hormonal balance is complicated. As women, we have a constant ebb and flow of hormones in our bodies that can greatly affect how we feel from day to day. Not only that, these hormones (estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone) work synergistically in the body to keep things running smoothly and hinge on a delicate balance that can easily be disrupted by lifestyle habits and environmental exposures. When that happens, we tend to feel, well, not quite right.
Estrogen dominance is the most common type of hormone imbalance—characterized by frequent headaches, mood swings and anxiety, bloating and weight gain, irregular periods, trouble sleeping, unexplained fatigue, worsened PMS symptoms, and more.1
Some of these symptoms may sound familiar to you. Maybe you’ve already been checked for estrogen dominance or hormonal imbalance. The good news is, there are a few things you can do to help manage estrogen dominance—starting today.
Living with estrogen dominance does not have to be a lifelong challenge. With these complementary methods, you can limit your exposure to xenoestrogens and help regulate your body’s natural hormonal balance.
If you have not had your hormone levels checked and show signs of estrogen dominance, please visit your healthcare practitioner.
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