How to understand that you have a hormonal imbalance

In our life, hormones play a very important role. But we do not give them much importance, until you see an obvious problem. It is very important to recognize the problem in the Bud, to avoid serious consequences, writes

1. Chronic fatigue. Fatigue experiencing absolutely everyone. However, if you feel it constantly – it’s a bell. The reason may be a hormone, progesterone, or thyroid dysfunction. Talk to your doctor, maybe you need to take a blood test.

2. Insomnia. Low progesterone can be the cause of insomnia. However, there are other possible causes, such as stress.

3. Problems with memory. Problems with the thyroid gland can cause problems with memory. Changes in the level of hormones like estrogen and progesterone also affect memory.

4. Acne. If before menstruation pimples, it’s not scary. However, if they do not go from the face at all, the problem may be increased levels of androgens. For this reason, the sebaceous glands begin to work harder, causing clogging of the pores.

5. Problems with the stomach. The gastrointestinal tract is very sensitive to hormonal disruptions that lead to pain, bloating, nausea.

6. Headaches. There are many reasons for the occurrence of headaches. However, if you experience them at the same time of the month, maybe the problem to lower levels of estrogen.

7. Changes in the structure of the breast. Pay attention to his chest. If it isn’t as tight as usual this can be caused by decrease in estrogen level. If it is denser than usual, on the contrary, the level jumped. Anyway, you should consult with your doctor.

8. Irregular menstruation. Problems with estrogen and progesterone can cause frequent delay or absence of menstruation. It can also be a symptom of the emergence of cysts in the ovaries. In any case, it is necessary to consult a specialist.

9. Tides. Very unpleasant condition. Often occurs in premenopausal. Caused by low estrogen levels.

10. Frequent mood swings and depression. The mood is affected by changes in estrogen levels. Broken balance affects dopamine and serotonin. This results in mood swings.

11. Increased appetite. Estrogen affects leptin, which is responsible for the feeling of hunger.

12. Diarrhea. The body reacts to the changing levels of progesterone or estrogen. You should also pay attention to other symptoms.

13. Vaginal dryness. Periodically it happens. But if this phenomenon is frequent, the problem is to reduce the level of estrogen.

14. Low libido. If you’re not interested in sex, maybe it’s the decrease of testosterone.