Hormonal imbalance and Stress Related Illnesses
Hormones are chemical messengers that are released from endocrine glands. These messages communicate to tissues and organs and have a direct effect on growth and development, mood, reproduction and sexual function.
Signs of hormonal imbalance are fatigue, depression, anxiety, irritability, inability to deal with stress, being ‘sensitive”, weight gain in some, body temperature irregularities, poor sleeping patterns, low libido, sweating, cravings and digestive problems.
Most hormonal imbalance comes from a form of stress. Treating stress-related disorders is what Dr.Fox mostly works with via correcting adrenal function, resetting circadian rhythm and correcting hormonal imbalance via acupuncture, herbal medicine, lifestyle changes, diet, and nutritional supplementation.
Lecture Videos – Adrenal & Stress Disorders
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Understand whats driving your hormonal imbalance symptoms and all the drivers of stress will then enable you to get the help you need to get on top of your stress. Understand the science behind the interconnectedness with the adrenal glands and your nervous system, sex hormones, digestive system, sleep quality and stress coping.
This talk took four years of researching to write, hormones sure are complex. Connecting the interrelationship between stress, cortisol and how this interferes with estrogen processing, progesterone, testosterone, thyroid disorder, mood disorder and immune function. You can not go past treating adrenal dysfunction when it comes to health and wellbeing.
This talk is for nearly every person on the planet to watch.
Stress is one of the major causes of hormonal imbalance, fatigue and mood disorder. Stressors that negatively impact adrenal function such as mental, physical, psycho/ spiritual, nutritional and environmental stress all impact hormonal balance. Other disruptors of the endocrine system are poor diet, nutritional imbalance, insomnia and chemical disruptors such as certain chemicals, plastics and heavy metals.
Common Hormonal conditions treated:
Adrenal fatigue –
Moodiness, fatigue, poor sleep patterns and inability to cope with stress that may reflect as depression, anxiety, anger or irritability.
Thyroid imbalance –
This may be arising as symptoms occurring with the menstrual cycle, fatigue, weight gain, hair loss, depression, apathy or issues with fertility.
Immune complaints and autoimmune disorders
Sex hormone imbalance, Menstrual, Menopause, Andropause