Facts On Hormone Balance Issues

ou can begin to support adrenal function on your own by avoiding hydrogenated fats, excess caffeine, refined carbohydrates, alcohol, and sugar. Get plenty of quality protein and eat regular meals of high nutritional value. Key to success is to discover and practice stress management in whatever form works for you personally. Take time out, evaluate the stressors in your life, and find ways of expressing yourself creatively. Get enough rest and sleep, and last but not least, keep a sense of humor! Find or develop a relationship with Jesus Christ. Low Sex Drive (Libido) and Hormone Imbalance Estrogen, progesterone and testosterone are key players in the maintenance of circulation, nerve transmission and cell division, so an imbalance of these hormones can easily lead to changes in sexual response. Declining estrogen levels common to the menopausal years can dampen nerve impulses during sex, making us less sensitive to vibration and touch. And since estrogens increase blood flow to sexually sensitive areas, decreased levels can slow or diminish the arousal response. Imbalances of estrogen and testosterone can cause dryness and thinning of vaginal tissue making intercourse uncomfortable or downright painful-an effect that does absolutely nothing for libido. Key to a normal sex drive is the right balance of estrogen to progesterone. An excess blocks thyroid function which inhibits libido. A balance stabilizes mood and supports thyroid function which enhances libido. Significantly, progesterone is also a precursor to estrogen and testosterone so we need it in steady supply for optimal sexual pleasure. Testosterone and DHEA also have a major impact on sex drive. Levels gradually decline in the years leading to menopause and can drop dramatically with hysterectomy, chemotherapy, surgery and radiation. If you have a low libido and have lost interest in sex, saliva testing to measure levels of estradiol, progesterone, testosterone and DHEA-s can establish probable cause and a rationale for correcting the imbalance.

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Hormone Therapy 

Menopause and Hormonal Imbalance
The Anatomy of a Hot Flash
“Tired but Wired” - Fatigue, Stress and Hormone Imbalance
Facts On Hormone Balance Issues
Hormone Imbalance and PMS
All About Natural (Bio-identical) Hormones
What is Progesterone and Why Do We Need It?
Hormone Balance and Osteoporosis
Estrogen Dominance and Low Thyroid
Depression and Mood Swings
Hormone Imbalance and Hysterectomy
Hormone Imbalance and Insulin Resistance
Vitamin D Deficiency 
What is Adrenal Fatigue?
Saliva Testing
Bio-Identical Hormones: What You Need To Know
What is Testosterone?
What is Estrogen?
Bioidentical Hormone Abstract
The Bioidentical Hormone Debate
Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy
How To Collect Saliva