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Hormone imbalance

Hormones are produced by glands in the body and control most bodily functions everything from very simple needs like hunger and sleep to complex ones like the onset of puberty and controlling the reproductive system.

Your hormones must work together in balance to help your body thrive. However, hormone ups and downs in women are very common, so if you feel that you have a hormonal imbalance, you are not alone.



  • Sleep disorders

  • Mood swings, anxiety, and depression

  • Persistent acne

  • Belly fat and persistent weight gain

  • Loss of muscle mass

  • Sweating

  • Memory fog

  • Digestive problems

  • Headaches and migraine

If you suspect that you have health conditions that are related to a hormonal imbalance, you should see your doctor, they can diagnose and treat various conditions that are hormone-related and help to balance hormones.

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