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All too often, when many people all report having the same symptoms, it’s said that it’s a common problem. That’s what happened with hormonal imbalances. Because so many people experience this, it became a common thing.
The problem that happens when something is commonly experienced is that people then begin to accept it as normal. They believe that plenty of others are struggling with hormones, having the same symptoms and it is what it is.
Even the symptoms reported are similar – the mood swings, the brain fog, weight gain, bloating, fatigue, PMS, and irregular periods. What happened was that over time, someone began to say that with age, certain changes were going to come and these changes would throw off the hormones.
Everyone started saying it was just a fact of life. But the truth is that hormonal imbalances are not just a fact of life. They’re not normal – despite how many people have them.
Far too many people suffer – some of them to the point where they can no longer carry on doing the activities that they love, because they believe the myth that a hormonal imbalance is bound to happen.
They think there’s nothing they can do to prevent it and nothing they can do to fix it where it will just go away. If you think that there’s nothing that can be done about a hormonal imbalance, then you’ve bought into the myth.
It doesn’t matter if ten thousand or a hundred thousand people all have the same symptoms in common when it comes to their hormones. High numbers of people suffering the same thing doesn’t mean that it’s what’s normal.
Your hormones getting out of balance isn’t normal – and that fact doesn’t change no matter what stage of life you’re in or how old you are. Your body knows exactly what it needs.
It knows how to function, and it has all the timing down when it comes to your hormones. If something goes wrong and they get out of balance, there’s always a trigger.
Something happened to throw them off. They don’t just get the signal one day to get out of line and start wreaking havoc in your life. It could be that your adrenal glands quit producing the material needed to keep them in balance.
Fix the adrenal problem and you fix the hormone imbalance. It could be that your cortisol levels stay too high because you’re experiencing a lot of stress in your life.
Cortisol levels impact your hormones.
Fix the stress and you fix the cortisol. There is always an answer to every problem and that includes when your hormones go awry. You don’t have to grin and bear it. Suffering doesn’t have to be part of your day in any way.
A hormonal imbalance is a condition. That’s why you have symptoms. It’s a warning to your body that they’re off kilter and alerting you so that you can take steps to get them corrected.