Here Are 87 Signs You Have Imbalanced Hormones And Here You Can Recognize Those Hormones!

A lot of different hormones have different roles and aspects to our functions in the body. So, some of them signal organs for mood, some for energy, temperature, weight and many more aspects. But, if the hormones are imbalanced, problems happen.

How are hormones made or produced on their own?

Our body’s major endocrine glands make hormones; the brain, thyroid, reproductive glands, pancreas and adrenals.

What is this exactly and how it works?

To be at their best, hormones need to be perfectly balanced not high not low. So basically their imbalance causes many health problems.

The regular conventional medicine offers basic tests and labs for hormonal checks. If the tests are not good, the patient is given therapy or chemical hormones in pills. But, if the tests are good and still you have some strange symptoms, it might be due to overweight issues, age or depression.

Most common problems with hormones

1. Insulin

The insulin resistance is a hormone resistance scheme. Usually, people link this to diabetes 2, but is also present in non-diabetes people.

A pre-diabetic metabolic syndrome is made by insulin resistance, and this means the body makes insulin not properly.

You will experience:

  • Sweets craving
  • Irritability
  • Coffee addiction
  • Lightheaded with no meals
  • Shakiness, tremors
  • Easily upset and nervous
  • Bad memory
  • Blur vision
  • Fatigue after eating
  • Sweets consuming doesn’t help for cravings
  • Waist girth is same as hip girth
  • Frequent urinating
  • Increased thirst and appetite
  • Hard losing weight

Labs: serum insulin, c-peptide, fasting blood sugar, hgbA1c.

2. Cortisol

This is the major stress hormone in the body and the imbalance of it makes adrenal fatigue. This is a dysfunction of the link between brain and adrenals, but not the adrenal glands. This fatigue is a brain stress side effect and lessening the chronic stressors helps.

You experience:

  • Dizziness after standing up
  • Headaches
  • Blood sugar problems
  • Chronic inflammation
  • Weak nails
  • Moodiness
  • Hard losing weight
  • Slow start in the morning
  • Craving sugar and salt
  • Low sex drive
  • Day fatigue and again at night
  • Insomnia

3. Thyroid

These hormones take care of every body’s cell. Many issues are linked to the thyroid and are not shown on many lab tests. For example, thyroid conversion, resistance and autoimmune attacks to the thyroid (Hashimoto’s or Graves’ disease).

You experience:

  • Depression
  • No motivation
  • Morning headaches
  • Thin eyebrow on the outer third
  • Thinning hair and scalp hair
  • Hair falling out
  • Dry skin
  • Mental slowness
  • Tiredness
  • Cold hands and feet
  • Need for too much sleep
  • Weight gain even with a diet
  • Irregular bowels

4. Estrogen

For both genders, there is a critical ratio between estrogen E1, estradiol E2, and estriol E3. As to a study, this imbalance makes mortality rates high in context with people with heart problems and also progressive cancer.

You experience this with lack of estrogen:

  • Puffiness and bloating
  • Weight gain
  • Breast tenderness
  • Mood swings
  • Heavy menstruation
  • Anxiety or depression
  • Migraine
  • Cervical dysplasia or bad PAP smear
  • Insomnia
  • Brain fog
  • Gallbladder issues
  • Weepiness and emotional issues

Labs: full blood panel, saliva panel of all estrogen isomers.

5. Progesterone

Now, both men and women need progesterone balance. It helps neutralizing excess of estrogen side effects, and they occur when progesterone is not optimal.

You experience:

  • PMS
  • Insomnia
  • Bad complexion on skin
  • Weight gain
  • Headaches
  • Anxiety
  • Infertility

Labs: full blood and saliva tests

6. Testosterone

Low levels of this hormone are common in both sexes. In women, low testosterone makes low sex drive, breast cancer and heart problems; in men it causes high death risk chance.

Women experience this of too much testosterone:

  • Acne
  • Polycystic ovaries
  • Excessive hair on face and arms
  • Hypoglycemia/bad levels of blood sugar
  • Thinning hair
  • Ovarian cysts
  • Cramping

Women experience this of too little testosterone:

  • Weight gain
  • Fatigue
  • No sex drive

Men experience these things:

Men of course don’t have as much estrogen as women, but they have conversions by something called aromatization. Excessive activity of enzymes aromatase makes low testosterone levels and a lot estrogen in males, thus making this:

  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Low sex drive
  • Weight gain
  • Irritability
  • Breast enlargement

Labs: blood and saliva testosterone panel and DHEA panel.

7. Leptin

The fat cells are really crucial for the body and its production of leptin. This hormone controls the fat in the body or how the body stores and uses the fat as energy. If the body doesn’t recognize this, it has leptin resistance and stores even more fat.

You experience:

  • Overweight
  • Hard to lose weight
  • Food craving
  • Stress

Labs: serum leptin.

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