hormonal changes

Hormonal Changes and Depression

Did you know that women are twice as likely as men to experience depression? One reason this may occur is that women go through different hormone cycles through their lifetime. When hormones are imbalanced, it could lead to depression. Psychology Today states that “one of the most influential factors is the way in which women are
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Natural approach to hormone balancing

11 Best Ways to Balance Your Hormones Levels

Your hormones play a major role in your mood, appetite, body weight, and quality of life. Because hormone levels affect your mental, physical, and emotional health, they can impact your health and well being in serious ways. Your endocrine system is built to produce and release precise quantities of hormones, but hormonal imbalances are on
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Low Estrogen Can Cause Cardiovascular Disease

More women die of cardiovascular disease– or heart attack and stroke– than any other condition. In Fact, the American Heart Association states “more than one in three female adults has some form of cardiovascular disease.” Menopause itself is a natural cycle and is not the cause of cardiovascular disease, but after menopause, the risk of heart attack
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Could Hormone Imbalance Cause Depression?

Have you recently noticed some changes in your mood? If you’re a female over 35, it could be due to perimenopause or menopause. When the body reaches the stage before menopause hits called perimenopause, estrogen levels begin to change. According to the Cleveland Clinic, this change can “have an effect on your mental well-being.” There
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Perimenopause: What To Expect

Are you experiencing some new symptoms but are still having regular periods? You are most likely in the stage before menopause. According to Harvard Health, perimenopause “begins with irregular menstrual cycles — courtesy of declining ovarian function — and ends a year after the last menstrual period.” Menopause doesn’t actually begin until an entire year
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