Hormones are chemicals your body produces to regulate various functions. They do so by sending important messages and signals to various organs and tissues. When they work harmoniously, your body behaves in a predictable way. But if there is too much or too little of any one hormone, then imbalance occurs and you can begin to feel that something is wrong. Wanted pregnancies don't happen, the discomfort of PMS makes the days before menstruation very difficult, or menstruation may occur irregularly or not occur at all.
To eliminate female hormone imbalance symptoms means you need to balance your hormones. Progesterone deficiency is the number one cause of having female hormone imbalance symptoms in most cases. During menopause, your ovaries stop ovulating, and the monthly production of natural progesterone ceases.
Hormone imbalance and hormone imbalance symtoms are caused by the primary hormones becoming out of balance. And you should know this hormone imbalance comes from changes in the reproductive cycle in women and fluctuations in hormone levels.
Symptoms of hormone imbalance are caused primarily by the incorrect relationship between progesterone and estrogen levels in the body. The two female hormones, estrogen and progesterone, exist in a delicate balance. Variations in that balance can have a dramatic effect on your health, resulting in symptoms of hormone imbalance. The amounts of these hormones that the woman's body produces from month to month can vary, depending on factors such as stress, nutrition, exercise and most importantly -- ovulation or the lack of ovulation.
Female infertility is often caused by a woman's inability to ovulate or release an egg. Failure to ovulate is usually rooted in hormonal problems. Fortunately hormonal imbalances are not hard to detect and treatments are straightforward and relatively effective.
The ovaries produce many hormones. Chief among them are estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone. The ovarian hormones estrogen and progesterone interact to coordinate a woman's menstrual cycle during her reproductive years. The brain produces the hormones follicle stimulating hormones (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH) which trigger hormone production from the ovaries. When any of the hormones coming from the brain or the ovaries are imbalanced, symptoms may occur.
Imbalances are most common in puberty and menopause, but imbalances can happen at any age. Several conditions are well known to be associated with hormonal imbalance including: polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), endometriosis, breast disease, and menstrual irregularities.
A diet high in estrogenic foods like meat and poultry products that are not organicly raised and have high levels of residues of hormones and other drugs. (Note: Many modern day livestock producers use grain that is geneticly modified and treated with pestisides to ensure a profitable outcome. This practice, though profitable to the farmer, is detrimental to human health, not to mention what it does over time to the health of the livestock.)
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Hormonal imbalances can be present in women of all ages, with symptoms usually becoming apparent in a woman's late twenties through to her forties. In addition, most women experience symptoms of a hormonal imbalance during the premenstrual stage of their monthly cycle.
By :Corwin Brown