Female Hormone Balancer
The female hormonal system is incredibly complex and there are many things that can go wrong, especially in terms of hormones becoming imbalanced. It’s critical to remember that hormones are essential for vitality, influencing every system in your body.
Hormones are your body’s chemical messengers. They travel in your bloodstream to tissues and organs. They work slowly, over time, and affect many different processes, including metabolism, sexual function, reproduction, mood and much more.
The good news is there are ways to balance your hormones naturally. Below you’ll learn what type of hormonal imbalance your specific symptoms might be pointing to, what the root causes of your hormonal problem are, and how you can help treat the problem without experiencing the negative side effects associated with synthetic treatments.
Skincare to help hormones
The skin is our largest organ and whatever comes into contact with its thin outer layer is quickly absorbed into the bloodstream. If you’re not already using a natural or, better still, an organic skin and body-care range, I recommend making the switch today. This includes your cleanser, moisturiser, mask, scrub, soap, toothpaste, deodorant, hair care and anything else you use on your body. The toxic chemicals used in many products can disrupt hormone function and place a burden on our organs, particularly the liver and kidneys. Look for brands that use only natural and preferably organic ingredients, and embrace the recycled packaging options to avoid plastics, too.
Bauer Nutrition’s are all natural supplements which help balance hormone levels. Bauer Nutrition’s is the steroidal precursor to the sex hormones. In men it is converted to testosterone, and in women to estrogen.
Bauer Nutrition’s supplements can be divided into four different groups – weight loss, sports nutrition, general health, and beauty. All of these supplements are designed to help your body replenish the nutrients you need during physical activities.
Take in Some Vitamin-D
There is a reason that sunlight feels great on your skin – a reason that sunbathing has been one of the animal kingdom’s most favorite pastimes for as long as we’ve been alive on this planet. Vitamin D is naturally produced by the photochemical reaction that occurs in our skin cells when they are exposed to sunlight, or – more specifically – to ultraviolet B rays in sunlight. Vitamin D binds to a carrier protein present in the blood then travels through the circulatory system to various organs (brain, heart, reproductive organs, intestines, bones, kidneys, etc.) regulating essential functions such as DNA/RNA production, the immune and neuromuscular systems, and hormone production. Without it, our endocrine system is handicapped. As an important part of naturally balancing hormones, try to get out in the sun a little more often. Exercise outdoors when you can. Alternately, you should at least chose a supplement that contains Vitamin D
It is well known that exercise helps regulate hormone levels. Regular exercise strengthens the endocrine system, which, again, is responsible for the regulation of all hormones. The Pro Health Library cites several studies on hormone imbalance and exercise. In addition to regulating hormone levels, exercise helps strengthen the immune system, combat stress, increase energy and improve overall quality of life. It is important to get 30 minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise each day. This may include jogging, biking, swimming or even a brisk walk.
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