Recently I attended seminars on both women’s and men’s hormones, and how to stabilize them, so you feel better and can enjoy life more.
The presenters explained what usually goes wrong, and then how to remedy the situation.
Briefly, there is a part of your brain called the hypothalamus which controls the production of all your hormones. He’s the boss, so-to-speak, and the pituitary gland is like the secretary. The hypothalamus sends messages to the pituitary gland, then the pituitary gland sends messages directly to the organ involved, say the thyroid gland. Your thyroid gland secretes its hormones directly into your blood stream, and your body’s organs start to change what they’re doing because of them. So when your blood tests come back and the doctor tells you your thyroid hormones are abnormal, it could be the thyroid gland itself which needs help, or it could be the pituitary gland, or even the hypothalamus which needs nutritional support. Fortunately, the nutrition companies I deal with have nutritional support for all of the organs involved in keeping you healthy and happy.
The presenters reemphasized how important proper digestion and absorption is, and to make sure your liver and kidneys are strong, because in today’s society, there are too many toxins which enter our bodies and make us feel unwell.
One of the major issues is ‘stress’ and how it affects our well-being. Stress has the capability to disrupt the health of your entire body, and mentally you with it. So if you’re not feeling as well as you think you should, allow me to evaluate your health status, and recommend nutritional support to correct the problem.
Both presenters emphasized the dangers of taking hormones as supplements, that your body should be making on its own.