Over 72% are unaware of their hormone imbalances and endure the terrible symptoms for far too long.

Do I Have A Hormone Imbalance?

Hormone imbalances are commonly found in women of all ages. When women’s hormones are
not properly functioning, they begin to experience a wide range of symptoms. Some common
symptoms include:

  • Mood swings
  • Hot flashes
  • Weight gain
  • Inconsistent sleep
  • Low sex drive

Let’s view hormone imbalances from a thermographic view

These thermograms show stress and hormone imbalances in the body. More specifically, the patterns that look like “v” shapes or cheetah print patterns indicate hormone imbalances and the patterns that look like a splatter pinpoint stress in the body.

One of the major causes for hormone imbalance is STRESS. Stress has become a standard part of many people’s lives and negatively affects your health. Experiencing stress and anxiety can heighten the symptoms of hormone balance. Additionally, large amounts of stress can prevent your hormones from finding the balance that your body needs. As a result, it is crucial to limit the amount of overall stress and adopt habits to help maintain your stressors.

TIP: Establish healthy habits and start indulging in a few hobbies to help minimize stress!
There are several ways to promote hormone balance just by adjusting your daily habits. For starters..

  • Make sure you are getting enough sleep each night
  • Get your body movin’ everyday for at least 20 minutes (NOTE: over exercising can disrupt your hormones)
  • Limit sugars and gluten in your diet
  • Reduce your caffeine and alcohol intake

Written By: Haley Paccione, CT

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