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Here Are Some Signs Of Hormonal Imbalance To Look Out For

Nutritionist Lovneet shares that even the slightest imbalance can affect one’s overall health and well-being

Here Are Some Signs Of Hormonal Imbalance To Look Out For

Consuming healthy fats may help in battling hormonal imbalances

The first step towards getting healthy is identifying the problem. Most illnesses come with a variety of symptoms that help in understanding that there is an issue that needs medication intervention. However, certain conditions can often be tough to identify in the first place. Hormonal imbalance is one such issue that can be tricky to identify. Shedding light on this, nutritionist Loveneet has shared an Instagram post and explained what signs one must look out for. In her post, she said, “Your hormones are important for regulating many different processes in the body including appetite and metabolism, sleep cycles, reproductive cycles and sexual function, body temperature and mood.”

Speaking about the effect of hormonal imbalances, the expert added, “No surprise then that even the slightest imbalance may have a noticeable effect on your overall health and wellbeing.”

Lovneet further says that hormones that are the first to show signs of imbalance are cortisol and insulin. While cortisol is the “stress” hormone, insulin is the “blood sugar” hormone.  She added, “These are called the “alpha hormones” because they have a downstream effect on our thyroid, ovarian, and sleep hormones.”

Here is a list of the “first signs of hormonal imbalance to look out for” as per Lovneet:

  1.   You have trouble falling asleep or sleeping through the night.
  2.   You struggle to get out of bed, even after seven to nine hours of sleep.
  3.   You need caffeine just to get going in the morning.
  4.   You need more caffeine to keep you going.
  5.   You notice emotional PMS symptoms, like mood swings, angry outbursts, and energy crashes.
  6.   You get “hangry” more often

The nutritionist adds, “If you experience one or more of these symptoms, you may have dysregulated cortisol, insulin, or both.”

In addition to these signs, Lovneet also suggests what women battling these hormonal imbalances can do. “Make eating into mindful practice and get sunlight in the morning,” she said. Additionally, engaging in regular exercise and lowering sugar intake have been recommended. 

Consuming healthy fats as a part of your diet may also help in battling such imbalances. “Consider how coffee is affecting you and cut back on alcohol,” the nutritionist added.

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The next time you experience any of these symptoms, consider consulting a doctor.

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