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Hormonal balance


A healthy organism works on the principles of balance. That is why nature gave man subtle mechanisms that allow him to quickly adapt to current conditions. The most delicate - and also the most flexible - is the hormonal system.

Hormonal balance is a manifestation of the overall condition of the organism and its harmony with life circumstan...

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A healthy organism works on the principles of balance. That is why nature gave man subtle mechanisms that allow him to quickly adapt to current conditions. The most delicate - and also the most flexible - is the hormonal system.

Hormonal balance is a manifestation of the overall condition of the organism and its harmony with life circumstances. Want to support and tweak it? Do you want to awaken your femininity or strengthen your masculinity?

The entire hormonal axis is a very fragile system that alerts us to all missteps in our lifestyle. As soon as a situation arises when a certain hormone is produced in a smaller, or conversely, in a larger quantity, a state of so-called hormonal imbalance occurs.

And how do we recognize this state?

Manifestations of hormonal imbalance really appear on many different levels. Among the most common are, for example, an increased appetite for sweets, decreased appetite for sex, headaches, migraines, states of anxiety, fatigue, exhaustion, PMS, irregular cycles, painful periods, hair loss, weight gain or inability to lose weight, insomnia and many others.

What about it?

The first thing we should do is check whether we are giving our body everything it needs in our diet. The intake of quality proteins in sufficient quantity is essential here. Women in particular often forget the importance of proteins in their pursuit of the healthiest possible diet. They are often alerted to a deficit only by fatigue, exhaustion and menstrual cycle disorders.

Similarly, the lack of quality fats in a balanced composition and representation of all their types in the diet can also cause problems in the hormonal axis.

For the healthy production of hormones, we must not forget the sufficient intake of all vitamins and minerals from quality sources. The essential micronutrients for solving hormonal imbalances are vitamin D3, magnesium, zinc, selenium, iodine and vitamins group B.

However, there is often stress in the background

Our hormonal balance is most often disrupted in modern times by long-term stress. Whether you have a hectic period at work, you are dealing with family problems or you are doing intense sports, the human body naturally uses its protective mechanisms. One of them is the deviation of hormonal levels and suppression of hormone production. Chronically elevated cortisol suppresses, among other things, reproductive functions and can result in fertility problems.

In addition to possible techniques to relieve the impact of stress, such as being in nature or breathing, relaxation and meditation techniques, herbal preparations can also be of great help.

Plants for inner balance

It is fascinating that each sex hormone in the human body has such specific effects. And at the same time, in the human organism, they actually arise from each other. Progesterone is first formed from cholesterol, and only then testosterone and then estrogens. Therefore, one universal herb or active ingredient cannot be recommended for all hormonal problems.

Peruvian superfood maca it has the ability to tune the entire hormonal axis without directly interfering with it. In addition, it gives a feeling of energy and strength.

Adaptogenic herb ashwagandha first of all, it works to reduce the level of the stress hormone cortisol. It also supports thyroid hormone balance. In men it can regulate testosterone levels and in women it helps with problematic periods. In addition, it has the ability to release internal tension and helps to improve the quality of sleep.

Tribulus terrestris is a herb that contributes to the maintenance of proper hormonal activity and helps to maintain the normal functioning of the reproductive system and sexual organs.

Ginseng was used in traditional Chinese medicine as a tonic tonic. It was administered to men to increase sexual energy and to women to support gynecological functions.

Superfood from bees

It then has a very specific effect on the hormonal axis bee pollen. It is rightly called the fountain of health. It not only supplies the body with a whole range of vitamins, minerals and enzymes, but also has a beneficial effect on the hormonal system.

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