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.
Feeling tired and sad? It might be the “Winter Blues” (Seasonal Affective Disorder)
The winter months bring shorter days, less sunlight and more gloomy weather. Have you noticed that you feel tired or sad? Are you craving carbs? Have you stopped doing activities you usually enjoy? If so, it could be Seasonal Affective Disorder, aka SAD. What can you do about Seasonal Affective Disorder? Actually there are many
5 Common Causes of Low Sex Drive in Women…
If chocolates, hearts and flowers aren’t enough to get you into the mood this Valentine’s Day, you aren’t alone. It is estimated that nearly 1 in 3 women between 18 and 59 years of age complain of lack of desire. Here are some common causes: Stress. When you are under a lot of stress, cortisol
3 New Years resolutions that will help your hormones!
Ready to set your New Years resolutions? Here are some suggestions for easy-to-achieve resolutions that can make a difference in your hormone balance! Use only paraben-free personal care products Parabens are chemicals commonly used as preservatives in lotions, shampoo, makeup etc. They are hormone disruptors – meaning they interfere with how your hormones function. Take a
Summary: The main problem with menopause is that there is a drastic reduction in the production of the female hormones. This is what causes all the physical discomfort and hot flushes in menopause. The popular line of treatment is to take menopause hormones externally. Substitution of menopause hormones can be in the form of oral
Progesterone to help balance hormones
Summary: Take Progesterone to help balance estrogen in the body and reduce hot flashes. Keywords: progesterone, progesterone cream, hot flashes, change of life Article Body: Progesterone is a hormone naturally produced in the female body from both the ovaries and adrenal glands. As women age, hormone levels tend to decrease, progesterone is one of those
The Yoga of Menopause – Alternatives to Hormone Therapy
Summary: It’s big news when a favored medical treatment – HRT for menopausal women – is found to be harmful. But it’s no news to readers of Susun Weed. She’s been blowing the whistle on both scientific and alternative treatments of menopause for nearly two decades. This article discusses wise woman ways for dealing with