Possible Signs That Your Hormones Need Balancing

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A hormone imbalance is something that commonly affects both men and women of all ages – but it’s particularly prevalent in those over 40 years old. The symptoms of hormone problems can also overlap with other disorders, resulting in many patients going undiagnosed for long periods of time.

If you’re experiencing any of the following, consider discussing the possibility of a hormone imbalance with your doctor or seek out a health and wellness center for help.

1) Fatigue

Fatigue is a symptom that’s common with a variety of disorders. If you’re always feeling tired even after a full night’s rest, then that’s a sign that something isn’t right.

2) Libido Problems

A loss of interest in sex could be caused by low estrogen or testosterone.  Physical problems like erectile dysfunction or vaginal dryness can also occur. Both may be treated with hormone balancing and complimentary therapies like PRP treatment.

3) Depression

Depression is a tricky illness to overcome. And unfortunately, some people spend their entire lives battling against it. When you’re in a depression-like fog, it can be hard to get the treatment you need for recovery. Patients often spend years experimenting with anti-depressants that seem to never truly help. If you’re experiencing mental issues including depression, anxiety, irritability, and brain fog that seem to have no apparent cause or reason, then this is a sign your depression may be hormonal. Fluctuating hormone levels can affect your neurotransmitters.

4) Chronic Pain

Some people may be shocked to know that hormonal imbalances can cause physical pain. It’s true – if you experience joint pain, arthritis-like symptoms, or unexplained body pain, then a hormone imbalance should be investigated.

5) Digestive Issues

Constant bloating and difficulty digesting foods could both be caused by hormones. And it’s an issue that shouldn’t be ignored. Digestion problems can make it difficult for your body to absorb nutrients, resulting in a host of other problems.

With a little dedication and the right treatment plan in place, you can balance your hormones and live a happier and healthier life.

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