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Sugar Balance Review-What are the symptoms of hormonal imbalance?

by hilda xavier (2021-11-05)

Hormones are extremely powerful chemicals that have a huge impact on the human body and its health. The female hormone, estrogen, is of great importance for the development of secondary female properties during puberty, it promotes cell division and regulates the menstrual cycle. Today, the modern lifestyle causes hormonal imbalances that reflect a series of unpleasant symptoms for women. Review the following information where some natural alternatives are specified through essential oils, to help balance hormones
At present, the fast and demanding lifestyle that leads us to modify absolutely everything in our daily life, causes a great hormonal imbalance in women and results in a series of effects. This same rhythm has generated too much pollution in almost everything we come in contact with, and estrogen levels are dramatically influenced: pollutants, pesticides, chronic stress and unhealthy diets are some of the factors that contribute to that.
A hormonal imbalance can have three effects, including thyroid problems, adrenal fatigue, or estrogen dominance. All of them have a significant impact on health and lifestyle.
Thyroid problems due to hormonal imbalance
The main role of the thyroid gland is to produce thyroid hormones, which are then transported to all tissues of the body through the blood. Its impaired function affects the function of numerous organs in the body.
Worldwide, more than 20 million people suffer from thyroid problems.
Thyroid disease can be of more types, and the most common include hyperthyroidism (excessive activity of the thyroid gland), and hypothyroidism (reduced activity of the thyroid gland). These conditions can cause several symptoms, as follows:
Hyperthyroidism- Symptoms
• Anxiety, restlessness, and trouble sleeping
• Weight loss, even though your appetite increases
• Heat intolerance and profuse sweating
Hypothyroidism- Symptoms
• Weak and slow heartbeat
• Constant fatigue and muscle weakness
• Cold intolerance
These symptoms of hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism are often treated with prescription drugs, but apparently you can treat them naturally and experience great effects.
Among these treatments there is one that can be a good support in conjunction with other treatments that are being carried out, and it deals with the use of essential oils, which we will list below. Essential oils have a characteristic calming aroma that provides numerous benefits in treating numerous health problems, including hormonal imbalances and their symptoms.
Adrenal fatigue
Adrenal fatigue is most commonly the result of stress. It appears after longer periods of exhaustion, a series of stressful situations or a long period of stress, or after severe respiratory infections. It can cause damage to the adrenal cortex and thus lead to Addison's disease.
These are the most common symptoms of adrenal fatigue:
• Low blood sugar levels
• Joint pain
• Low blood pressure
• Depression
• Estrogen dominance
This is a condition when the levels of estrogen in the body are inadequate, in most cases, greatly increased. On the other hand, progesterone is absent or in insufficient quantities.
Excess estrogen levels cause:
• Depression
• Loss of libido
• Water retention
• Breast tenderness
• Premenstrual syndrome
• Humor changes
5 essential oils to help you balance hormones
In many cases, this condition causes no obvious signs and the woman can virtually live with it for decades. Therefore, if you experience these symptoms, you should consult your doctor, and start using the following essential oils.
Licorice oil
This oil has powerful antidepressant properties that are of great help in the case of estrogen dominance, adrenal fatigue and thyroid disorders.
In Chinese medicine, it is commonly used to stimulate metabolism and fight Addison's disease.
You should rub a few drops on your palms and inhale to instantly boost your mood.
Basil oil
A team of scientists investigated the effects of this oil on people experiencing stress symptoms for 6 weeks and found that it relieved symptoms 39% even more effectively than placebo. Basil oil treats anxiety and exhaustion.
To balance the hormones, you need to rub several drops of organic basil oil on the adrenal gland point of the ear on the tragus, or your forearms.
Myrtle oil
Myrtle oil stimulates thyroid function, regulates imbalances, and therefore effectively treats lower thyroid or ovarian imbalance. You should rub a few drops to the main thyroid points on the body, the soles of the feet, at the base of the neck, and under the big toe.
Sage Oil
This essential oil has been used since medieval times, and it successfully balances hormones, thus alleviating the symptoms of PMS. To benefit from it, you must add several drops to the bath and its effects, combined with the heat of the bath, will alleviate the pains of PMS.
Lavender oil
The quality of sleep is dramatically affected by increased stress levels. Stress could tie you up in bed all day, or keep you awake all night.
This essential oil improves sleep, relaxes the body and increases circulation. It is also extremely helpful in treating the symptoms of estrogen imbalance and adrenal fatigue.
You should pour several drops of lavender oil on your pillow at bedtime. Its aroma will calm you, relax the body and improve your sleep.

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