Why Many Women Experience Low Energy, Brain Fog, & Hair Loss

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At first, they may not realize what's going on, but sooner or later most women suffer from hormone imbalance. 

Symptoms may range anywhere from mildly annoying to completely debilitating.

The most common sign is an overall feeling of being run down, often coupled with weight gain, brain fog, anxiety, and even hair loss.

Find out how to identify a hormone imbalance and  how to correct it...

Why Many Women Experience Low Energy, Brain Fog, & Hair Loss

Many people don’t realize just how much hormones affect the way we feel and how our bodies function.

Hormones control so many functions!

Most people have heard of cortisol, the stress hormone.

Hormones also control how quickly we burn calories, our libido, acne, hair loss, weight, moods, and much more.

A hormone imbalance can lead to symptoms like depression, iron or other deficiencies, exhaustion, and poor health.

Hormones in the body need to be balanced in order to function properly.

A loose analogy would be putting the wrong type of oil and gas into a vehicle. It might run, but poorly, so the problem may not be clearly evident.

Many people have already heard that a thyroid imbalance can cause weight gain and other problems, so let’s go over two other imbalances that aren't as well known.

Adrenal Imbalance

People have two adrenal glands. 

The adrenal cortex releases hormones that are necessary for us to live. 

The adrenal medulla releases hormones that aren’t essential, but they’re still important and affect overall health.

Following are symptoms for both an insufficiency and excess of adrenal hormone.

Having five or more symptoms on either list could mean the adrenal glands are not functioning as they should.

Symptoms of Adrenal Hormone Insufficiency

• Exhausted even when getting a good night's sleep

• Burn Out

• Need stimulants to stay awake

• Feeling negative most of the time

• Feeling irrational

 •Experiencing bouts of crying over things a person wouldn’t normally cry over

• Feeling emotionally fragile

• Low blood pressure

• Feeling dizzy after standing up from a lying down position

• Frequent infections or illness

• Low blood sugar

• Craving salty foods

• Nausea

• Diarrhea, constipation or alternate between both

• Insomnia and trouble staying asleep

• Waking in the early hours of the morning

Symptoms of Adrenal Hormone Excess

• Struggling to get to sleep even when tired

• Craving sugar particularly after a meal

• Carrying extra weight in the midsection/abdominal area

• Feeling bloated

• Eczema, thin skin or other skin conditions

• A racing heart

• High blood pressure

• Shakiness between meals

• Reflux

• Pink or purple stretch marks on the belly or back

• Irregular menstrual cycles

• Often anxious

• Irritability and the feeling of being "off"

• Trouble becoming pregnant

• Craving carbohydrates

Balanced hormones are so important because when they get off, they can completely change the way a person feels!

Estrogen Hormone Imbalance

Estrogen hormone imbalance isn't the first thing many people think about when they no longer feel like themselves.

The side effects of this kind of imbalance include acne persisting long after puberty, mood swings, facial hair and a swollen tummy!

The symptoms are more physical and visual with this imbalance, and they can affect fertility.

Symptoms of Estrogen Dominance

• Abdominal bloating

• Swollen and/or tender breasts

• Low libido

• Irregular menstrual periods

• Headaches

• Mood swings

• Fibrocystic breasts (lumpy breasts)

• Weight gain

• Hair loss

• Cold hands or feet

• Fatigue

• Trouble sleeping or insomnia

• Forgetfulness

• Anxiety or irritability

• Difficulty becoming pregnant

When a woman experiences a number of these symptoms, it’s time to look closer.

Luckily, there are natural ways to control and manage hormones so a woman can feel happy and healthy again.

To get started, click here to take a short quiz and learn how to identify a hormone imbalance and the exact steps to bring the body back into equilibrium.