Most of us are familiar with hormones, but what are they exactly?
Hormones are chemical messengers that are produced in the Endocrine system and play a vital role in regulating important functions in our body, including metabolism, growth and reproduction.
Ideally, our hormones should be produced at a regular rate, however, if the body is producing too much or too little of s hormone, this can have serious effects on the body. This is referred to as hormonal Imbalance.
Hormonal fluctuations can occur naturally during puberty, menopause and perimenopause, but they can also be caused by toxins or an unbalanced lifestyle.
Common symptoms of hormonal imbalance include menstrual irregularity, weight gain, mood swings, vaginal atrophy and hair loss.
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