hormone health

It is amazing how much our bodies rely on a delicate balance of hormones to function optimally. And the scary thing is that our modern lifestyles and environmental factors can so easily disrupt this balance. When things start to get unbalanced there are some clear signs that show through various symptoms. These symptoms often go unnoticed or are mistaken for other issues so it’s good to be aware of what they are. Understanding these symptoms is the first step towards stopping bigger problems before they arise.

Some of the Signs of Hormonal Imbalance

  • Weight Gain and Difficulty Losing Weight: Unexplained weight gain or an inability to shed pounds despite diet and exercise efforts can be a red flag for hormonal issues.
  • Hair Loss and Excess Body Hair: Thinning hair on the scalp and unexpected hair growth on the face and body may indicate hormonal fluctuations.
  • Irregular or Painful Menstrual Cycles: Changes in the frequency, duration, and pain levels of menstrual cycles can signal imbalances in estrogen and progesterone.
  • Mood Swings and Anxiety: Persistent mood changes, anxiety, or feeling easily stressed may be linked to hormonal disruptions.
  • Low Libido: A significant decrease in sexual desire or satisfaction can often be traced back to hormonal health.
  • Sleep Disturbances: Difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or experiencing restless nights could be related to imbalances in sleep-regulating hormones.
  • Digestive Issues: Bloating, digestive discomfort, and blood sugar swings can be symptoms of hormonal imbalance affecting your gut health.
  • Skin Changes: Persistent acne, especially around the jawline and chin, or dry, flaky skin might be your hormones trying to tell you something.

Hormonal Imbalance Can Lead To . . .

  • Bone Loss & Osteoporosis
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Arthritis
  • Cancer (particularly of the reproductive organs)
  • Chronic Urinary Tract Infections
  • Diabetes
  • Brain Fog
  • Low Energy / Fatigue
  • Low Immunity
  • Migraines
  • Ovarian Cysts
  • Polycystic Breast Disease
  • Pre-mature Aging

How to Support Your Hormones Naturally

  • Use Frequency Medicine: Gently encourage your hormones to rebalance by exposing them to the healthy frequency range for each hormone.
  • Get Sunlight: Start your day with exposure to natural sunlight to regulate your sleep-wake cycles and boost mood.
  • Connect with Nature: Spend time barefoot outdoors to absorb the earth’s natural energy, which can help reduce stress and inflammation.
  • Reduce Blue Light Exposure: Avoid screens and artificial lighting after sunset to support melatonin production and improve sleep quality.
  • Take in Natural Hormone Building Foods: Some foods are known to help promote the natural production of health hormones.

Natural Hormone Building Foods & Herbs

  • Bee Pollen
  • Cacao
  • Cistanche (obscure Chinese herb that increases the production of testosterone and DHT)
  • Coconut Cream & Oil
  • DHA
  • Fennel
  • Maca
  • Wild Yam Root cream (topical to boost progesterone)
  • Raw Organic Butter or Ghee
  • Reishi Mushrooms
  • Pine Pollen
  • Yam/Sweet Potato

Please know that it can be tricky to know which hormones you may need more of and which you need to lower. This is why balancing with frequencies is my favorite and preferred method. Regardless of whether or not you have too high or too low of a particular hormone, exposure to the healthy frequency range of that hormone can help to either raise or lower it.

Knowing the signs of hormonal imbalance and making mindful adjustments early can prevent early aging and the onset of serious disease. Please contact me via the button below for more information on balancing hormones with frequencies.