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How To Balance Hormones In Your Body Naturally

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The hormonal balance is the foundation of your overall health as when we speak about hormones everything is interconnected. Hormones take part in almost every process and the problems with their production can spread and affect more than one organ. The issues linked to hormones are thyroid diseases, estrogen dominance, adrenal fatigue, low testosterone, diabetes etc. Some women tend to experience mood swings and anxiety just before the monthly period which is a result of a changed proportion between estrogen, progesterone and prolactin. Menopause is the period when the levels of many hormones decrease which leads to hot flashes, gaining weight and even irritability or sleep issues.

Test not guess

As it is very hard to guess on your symptoms which gland is out of order and how the quantities of your hormones are changed with time, the best way is to test. If you want to have the complete picture of your hormonal condition, you need to look at the reproductive hormones, the adrenal glands hormones, the thyroid ones, vitamin D3 and to test your liver to understand how the sugar is processed in your body. While some of the results could be contradictory and analyzing them may lead to even more tests, the general blood test probably will show you the main issues.

Stress management

The hormones produced in the adrenal glands like cortisol, adrenaline and many others, are linked to what we all call “stress”. When you experience adrenal fatigue, the whole endocrine system is affected and the production of other hormones would be disturbed. It negatively affects the thyroid gland or might cause insulin resistance among many other conditions like heart disease, nerve damage, digestive issues, infertility etc. So, you really need to reduce stress in your life and to heal the damaged organs and systems in your body. Many people try yoga, meditation, sleeping routine and supplements in order to calm down the adrenal glands or to stimulate them. These are natural ways which are better than medications destroying one organ in order to fix another but they will take time and the suffering organs will need even more time to regenerate on their own. There is another way to heal – coMra therapy.

coMra therapy

You can heal and treat many conditions with coMra therapy without any negative side effects. On the contrary, coMra therapy can only help you in your healing process as it is a very gentle and non-invasive way to restore your health. The laser, magnets and colorful light diodes work in harmony to provide the needed energy to your body supporting its healing, regeneration and rejuvenation. As you may see in the coMra user guide, there are various conditions that could successfully be treated with coMra therapy. For the hormonal imbalances, check the Universal Treatment 5 – somatic biostimulation. Because coMra is a holistic approach to health, you need to treat your body as a whole and not only one organ or system. You can combine treatments and create your own treatment course suitable for your condition. The treatments are easy, pleasant and don’t take too much time.

Healthy fats

In order to restore your hormonal balance, you need to avoid toxins in food and in cosmetics or to do some detox programs for the liver or the digestive system. But in any case, your body needs some good fats as they are needed for the hormones production. Omega 3 fatty acids are getting more and more popular as they reduce inflammation and support the blood vessels. You need to include more wild salmon, chia seeds, flax seeds and walnut in your diet to get more Omega 3. Monounsaturated fats like avocados, almonds and olive oil are also great for your health as they provide Omega 9 fatty acids to your cells. Hemp seed and evening primrose oil are very useful in cases of low progesterone. Coconut oil is a source of medium chain fats which your body can use for energy and to regulate the blood sugar levels. Good fats are essential for the production of various hormones in your glands.

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