22nd Sep
2018

Hormonal Imbalance

Hormonal fluctuation can occur from time to time and may always not show severe symptoms. However, if the hormonal level doesn’t seem to come back to a normal level, you might start breaking out, it may affect your menstrual cycle and you might start gaining or losing weight. It can also affect your appetite and this may also be a result of your busy lifestyle.
 
Here is a list of few other symptoms that surely indicates that you are enduring hormonal imbalance:
  • Changed sleeping patterns or having difficulty sleeping at night.
  • Difficulty in concentrating on important tasks, even when you are well rested.
  • Urge to pee, or decreased rounds to the washroom, even when you are consuming a normal amount of fluids.
  • Changed eating habits, eating too much or too less.
  • Bloating.
  • Hair loss due to no apparent reason.
  • Feeling irritated most of the time.
  • Severe acne that doesn’t seem to go away.
These are a few general changes that you might see in your body and your habits. If you show any of this symptoms, it doesn’t mean it is sure that you have some hormonal issues. You should worry when any of the above-mentioned symptoms start becoming a permanent part of your life and starts taking a toll on your health.
 
Here is a list of things that may have caused such hormonal balance :
  • Thyroid (hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism )
  • Change in levels of blood glucose (hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia)
  • Extreme stress affecting general lifestyle
  • Endocrine cancer
  • PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome)
  • Approaching the age of menopause
Hormonal imbalance is also triggered when you don’t look after your diet. What you put inside your body plays a major role in the maintenance of your health. Many products (both edible and non-edible) available in the market are extensively processed these days and may not contain best ingredients.
Few ways through which you can restore the hormonal balance to normal includes staying active, eating more vegetable and fruits instead of junk food and limiting your refined sugar consumption. Making small changes in life can really add up to huge differences.
 
If these symptoms don’t seem to go away and has started to affect your daily life more than it should, visit a doctor so that he or she can run tests based on your symptoms.

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