Hormones are body’s chemical messengers and nervous system controls body activities through electrical impulses; endocrine system uses chemical messengers called hormones. Hormones are important for wellbeing of one’s life. Very often when women are in a bad mood, usually hormone levels fluctuate, and can affect mood, sexual desire, fertility and ovulation. Means, imbalance of hormones may impact negatively on how reproductive system responds. Every month, female hormones estrogen and progesterone are produced. When estrogen and progesterone levels do not balance, this may have an effect on health. The gonadotropin releasing hormone, also affects functioning of hypothalamus that in turn effects pituitary gland, which then affects ovaries, fallopian tubes and uterus. The imbalance of estrogen hormones can also cause menopause and all symptoms associated with it. These hormones are influenced by certain factors such as nutrition, diet, lifestyle, exercise, stress, emotions, age and ovulation. If imbalance, a diet that is low in fat and high in fiber should be taken.
Often symptoms of Hormonal imbalance changes in menstruation; Acne, Basal body temperature, Oily skin, Excessive hair growth, Fatigue, Dizziness, Allergy symptoms, Anxiety, Low sex drive, Headaches, Weight gain, Depression, Endometriosis, Water retention, Premenstrual syndrome (PMS), Urinary tract infections (UTI’s). Common condition that can lead to female infertility are linked to hormonal imbalance include:
Cervical mucus abnormal~ Irregularities related to cervical mucus include mucus that is too thick to allow sperm penetration even during ovulation or insufficient cervical mucus production in cervical glands.
Eating disorders~ While hormonal changes do not cause eating disorders, an imbalance in hormones can occur in severe eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia. When eating disorder occurs, reproductive hormones that include estrogen and dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) are low while stress hormones are high. In addition, thyroid and growth hormones are also considerably affected.
Glandular problems~ Primary glands such as hypothalamus, thyroid and pituitary glands are responsible for production of reproductive hormones. They send signals during reproductive processes that cause various levels of hormone production. When hormonal abnormalities occur in these glands, fertility problems in women may occur. A wide range of underlying conditions such as weight changes, stress, medication, birth control pills and medical disorders such as hypothyroidism and tumors may affect primary glands.
Menopause premature~ Premature menopause is also known as premature ovarian failure. It occurs when women under age of 40 lack hormones required for ovulation and menstruation as result of depleted supply of eggs.
Ovulation disorders~ these types of disorders are caused by high levels of androgen’s (male sex hormones) or projecting. Androgen levels promote the male sex characteristics and are responsible for development of pubic hair and sex drive (libido).
Poly cystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)~ This condition is caused by abnormally high levels of male hormone, which in turn results in high levels of luteinizing hormones as well as low levels of follicle stimulating hormones (FSH).
Thyroid problems~ Thyroid problems may be caused when too much thyroid hormone (hyperthyroidism) or too little (hypothyroidism), interrupts cycles.
TriOrigin acupuncture a powerful tool that aides to prevent diseases, controls pain and increase both, ability to work as well as quality of lives. It has helped many people who were not successfully treated through conventional western medicine. The beauty of TriOrigin is that each treatment caters to needs of an individual. The energy focus is only on hands, fingers in miniature form of body. The modalities from simplest to complex ones are self-sufficient for coping with such or any woman’s issues even in chronic incurable diseases.
https://triorigin.me/ ‘Dr. Dinesh kapur’