4 Natural Ways to Balance Your Hormones

Wednesday 17 July 2013

Many fertility problems can be traced to hormonal irregularities. Other conditions stemming from hormone imbalance include polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and fibroids.

Unfortunately, hormone tests are not as straightforward as other medical tests. When you measure the level of glucose or cholesterol in the blood, the single test can tell you whether you have high glucose or high cholesterol. With hormone tests, you need a skilled medical practitioner who knows your history and take the time to "connect the dots".

As this complex condition is still not well understood by many physicians, they may treat based on the symptoms, by prescribing antidepressants or hormone replacement therapy (HRT). This approach usually assumes that estrogen is the only cause. But all hormones are interrelated, and imbalance in one hormone often affects all the other hormones it is linked to.

Hence, there's no single approach to solve the imbalance. The biggest mistake is to introduce more hormones into the body. If you lack a hormone, artificially increasing the level of that hormone will create a spillover effect on other hormones, leading to more problems.

Instead, the best approach is to provide support for your body to restore its hormone balance naturally. When your body is healthy and strong, your hormone levels will go back to normal. Click here to learn about the Role of Hormones in your Body. There is an easy, natural way to balance your hormones. Click here to discover why choose Lingzhi and Pollen.

Here are 4 natural ways to balance your hormones:

1. Good nutrition

Eat a balanced diet - with a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, high quality protein, whole grains and healthy fats. Cut down on sugar and refined carbohydrates.
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2. Stress management

Reducing stress levels contributes a lot to hormonal balance. It takes a conscious effort - perhaps change your outlook on life, change certain routines of your personal and work life, and take things slower and easier.

3. Reduction of toxin

There are many chemicals that have estrogenic effects in your body, called xenoestrogens. These toxins can be found in pesticides, detergents, petroleum products, plastic products and even cosmetics.
It's almost impossible to eliminate these products from your life. But you can start by:
  • storing food in glass containers instead of plastic,
  • avoid non-stick cookware,
  • limit eating pre-packaged foods,
  • buy natural products.
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4. Lifestyle changes

Lack of sleep affects the hormone melatonin, and stress hormones adrenaline and cortisol.
Lack of exercise affects our insulin and cortisol levels.
So how can you treat your body better? Make lifestyle changes such as.. Exercise more. Get sufficient sleep.

(Source: Balancing your hormones by Dr Nor Ashikin Mokhtar, StarFit4Life, 12 May 2013)

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