The Signature Wellness Blog | Hormones
Having a healthy hormonal balance is so much more than just your yearly blood test. And when you are ealing with symptoms like chronic fatigue, hair loss, low libido, and unexplained weight gain, it’s time to work with a hormonal specialist. Find out more on our Signature Wellness Blog to find out how your symptoms may relate to hormonal imbalances.
1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer, which is a pretty scary thought. You’d like to prevent yourself from becoming one of the statistics, but what I see doctors advising women is to live a healthy lifestyle (obviously good advice) and to get a mammogram (ok – but the mammogram only shows
Did you know that what you eat directly affects your hormones? Here are a couple of examples. Jessica is a 43 year old lady with perimenopausal symptoms. After starting on our nutrition program, she felt tremendously better (without any hormone replacement). By one month her energy and mood were back to normal, she no longer
Are you having menopausal symptoms, but you are worried about hormone replacement because you have heard that it is dangerous? You may have heard that it causes breast cancer or heart attacks, and maybe your doctor has even advised against it. So you suffer with hot flashes, vaginal dryness, fatigue, depressed mood, irritability, poor sleep,
Hormones play a role in the health of your skin, hair, and bones, and they play a role in protecting your muscles as well. Many women notice a change in how they look after 40, with less muscle tone, which can be very frustrating if you’ve been trying to live a healthy life and take
Its the New Year! Feels good to finally get back into a schedule! If you aren’t feeling your best, a quick detox may be all that it takes to get your hormones back into balance How do you know if you need to detox? Are you having any of these symptoms? Bloating Heavy periods Mood
Migraine affects more than 37 million men and women in the US. As a result of these patterns, researchers have speculated that migraines might be linked to hormonal activity in women. Periods Most migraine sufferers are women, and many female migraine sufferers report getting migraines at certain times of the month, that is, around the