Estrogen, progesterone, follicle stimulating hormone, testosterone …all these hormones are taking part in the reproductive health of a woman. Their fine balance can be disrupted by stress, diet changes, certain conditions, the mindset and the emotions of the woman, by the food she eats and the environment where she lives. So many things around us contain different chemicals which are unknown for the human body and still it encounters them on a daily basis. One of the results might be excess estrogen. How will that affect your health and why it is so dangerous?
What Causes High Estrogen
Estrogen is known as the female reproductive hormone and there are several types of estrogen in the female body, estradiol is the primary one. There are changes in the female body which occur naturally with age, after puberty she is in her reproductive age and then around 45-55 years of age, the woman reaches her perimenopause and menopause stage. The common practice at that point in her life, the woman to be offered hormone replacement therapy with estrogen which puts her at risk of developing blood clots, stroke and even tumours. However, the main thing is that the excess estrogen has to be eliminated by the liver and if this does not happen, she might end up with too high levels of estrogen. That is why the liver is the organ that needs additional support by non-invasive methods like cold laser therapy, fasting and detox programs, certain herbs and supplements.
Additionally to that, excess estrogen might be caused by foods like soy, eggs and meat, especially these animal products which come from places where they give additional estrogen to the animals to make them grow faster. Plastic bottles and containers contain xenoestrogens which mimic estrogen in the female body and disrupt the elimination process. This means that in time, more and more estrogen is flowing in the body without the option of getting rid of it. Candida infections, diabetes and other endocrine diseases might also cause excess estrogen. Low levels of progesterone in the female body will eventually lead to estrogen dominance and that also usually occurs after a certain age, but these days more younger women are suffering from any form of hormonal imbalance.
Symptoms of Excess Estrogen in Women
Symptoms and body signs of high estrogen may vary depending on the individual, you probably will not experience all of these at the same time. Also, there are certain health conditions which might have similar symptoms:
- Mood swings
- PMS (increased symptoms of premenstrual syndrome)
- Irregular periods
- Troubles sleeping
- Fibrocystic lumps in breasts
- Bloating and other digestive issues
- Decreased sex drive
- Weight gain
- Anxiety and panic attacks
- Hair loss
Health Issues Related to High Estrogen
Excess estrogen in the female body will cause tissues to grow and that is why it is well know that hormonal replacement therapy has blood clots, cancer and tumors are a side effect. Estrogen is the hormone which will cause weight gain, especially around the waist line and the belly, and that weight is the one very hard to lose. That is the reason why so many women cannot lose weight after 40, for example. How excess estrogen affect the female body and the related health issues:
- Blood clots
- Weight gain around the waist
- Thyroid dysfunction
Most of the thyroid dysfunction cases are related to high estrogen. When the thyroid is not functioning properly, the metabolism is affected and then it is very hard to lose weight, you feel tired all the time, experiencing troubles sleeping and even hair loss. Blood clots, tumors and cysts are potentially very dangerous for your health too, so any additional estrogen taken into the body should be considered very carefully.
What is the treatment then? In coMra, we are interested in the holistic approach to health, so we cannot recommend any medications. Our method is cold laser therapy combined with magnets and light diodes, which is gentle and non-invasive, but highly effective at the same time. We have thousands of successful case studies of different health conditions and hormonal imbalances are amongst them. If you experience high levels of estrogen, you will need to do the Liver Treatment Protocol, Universal 3 and 5 Protocols too. Also, if you have a specific condition, you can check it in the User Guide and find the protocol for it.
To start using coMra, first search your health issue in the coMra User Guide. If you can find it, start applying the relevant to it treatment protocol. If you do not find it, start with coMra Universal 3 and coMra Universal 5 protocols. If you have questions and need support by an expert, please contact us.