Do you feel anxious, bloated or tired for no particular reason? These are just a few symptoms of hormonal imbalance, a malfunction of one or more hormones in the body which can affect your overall health.
Hormone is a regulatory substance that has an important role in the organism, or more precisely, the hormones stimulate specific cells or tissues into action. Namely, different hormones control our metabolism, growth, reproduction, mood, tissue function many other vital physical functions and processes within our organism.
If the hormone balance is disrupted, you will experience changes in your overall health and your body figure might change, as well. For instance, you may gain weight, even if you exercise regularly and you eat healthy food.
Some of the most common causes of hormonal imbalance are chronic stress, poor diet, environmental pollutants, medical history and even genetics.
The most common symptoms of hormone imbalance are weight gain, hair loss, sleep problems, fatigue, mood swings and depression, skin issues (such as acne), brittle nails and hair, irregular periods, loss of libido, lack of energy, memory fog, headaches, puffy eyes, night sweats, changes in appetite, etc.
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