Revitalize Your Hormones

The Nine Causes of Endocrine Breakdown

The Endocrine System 101
Think of this system as your body’s main power grids. It works by releasing hormones that, in turn, trigger actions in specific target cells. The Pineal, Pituitary, Thyroid, Adrenal, Pancreas, Ovaries and Testis comprise of the glands that maybe the one or more of the problems.

Let’s see how you are doing…

1. Weakened immunity

Whenever the immune system is weakened , viruses, bacteria, microbes, or parasites find it easiest to invade and occupy the body. The good news is you can strength it.  Ask me if you want to know.

2. Dental conditions

Infections and root cancels on endocrine acupuncture meridians that flow through teeth can impair endocrine function. In the US, many physicians and naturopathic doctors consider mercury toxicity potent underlying cause of chronic illness.

3. Imbalanced autonomic nervous system or (ANS)

ANS is comprised of the Sympathetic/ Parasympathetic nervous system, is key to maintaining healthy function. It’s important to understand or be aware of because it  controls many organs, including the endocrine glands, which secrete your hormones.

When we exercise, the sympathetic nervous system jacks up the heart rate. When we stretch and cool off, the parasympathetic helps to slow the heart rate way down, which in turn slows down brain waves. This initiates the relaxation response and a release of feel-good hormones like endorphins, which helps promote calm and heightened immunity.

4. Neurotransmitter imbalances

Any imbalance here can cause weight gain, insomnia, weight loss, depression, anxiety, fatigue, memory loss, mood swings, and ADD or ADHD. They are made of amino acids, vitamins, and mineral cofactors within the body, neurotransmitters critically support ANS functions and strongly influence moods, behavior, cognitive processes, social attitudes, digestion, and sleep. etc.

A deficiency in serotonin can cause depression and can initiate the stress response, triggering the release of stress hormones.

5. Imbalanced diet and lifestyle

If your diet consists of processed, chemically laden, dead foods that high in toxins (such as partially hydrogenated oils), which make you overweight, and you rarely exercise, this can negatively affect your system. Obesity is the cause of many health and lifestyle problems.

6. Emotional Issues

The ups and downs of life creating emotional burnout and psychological trauma can also heavily tax the adrenal glands and create hormonal crisis. One of the best therapies of emotional issues is biofeedback.

7. Scar Tissue

If scar tissue is located along a meridian pathway, it can block the flow of energy through organs and body systems.

8. Medications

Most medications have a negative effect on the body; some examples are cortisone, anti-inflammatory drugs, cholesterol drugs, thyroid drugs, antibiotics and high blood pressure medications.  You may believe these drugs are really helping you but the truth is they have many side-effects maybe not noticeable now but in 2 or 3 years. Ask your doctor to cut your dose in half.

Drug companies make billions of dollars because of a lack of information to people who think they are going to die if they don not take medications.  There are many other solutions, you just have ask or do your own research.

9. Environmental toxins

In addition to hormone disrupting agricultural, plastic, cosmetic, and household cleanser products can be some of the worst.  We live among them everyday creating havoc on our endocrine system.

If you believe any of the following symptoms are causing a breakdown in your endocrine system then you need to seek out a healthcare professional who can help you.

Together we can accomplish anything to empower you to a healthier way of life.

Stay strong. Stay positive.

Chad

Book Resource:

Revitalize Your Hormones by Theresa Dale, Ph.D,. N.D

Wisdom of Menopause by Christiane Northrup M.D

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 Responses to Revitalize Your Hormones

  1. christina says:

    Hi Chad,

    I came across your website on a search for info on Hormones- I have to agree that hormone fluctuations and imbalances indeed have a affect on our health. There is much to say about this topic and you cover some important points from your resources. I do have to say that- Bio-Feedback is a great way to achieve wellness, but keep in mind it is a machine. Because every experience in our lives carries a vibration of energy, emotions and experiences that happen in the time of hormonal influxes, carries an extra special vibration. No machine or anybody can heal anyone’s emotions, it has to be an effort upon the person to do their work. Bio-feedback is helpful, but its not the only option. Because our life is Energy and everything that happens to us revolves around energy- Energy Healing is an effortless and ancient medicine that goes far beyond the capabilities that we may know. In my experience working with energy, both distant and in person- the world is dynamic and people much rather relate to a person that carries a genuine interest in their healing. Energy work is a whole body approach that works specifically with the origin of the issue.

    Have a great day, and I think your aim is great- I have exercised all my life from extreme adrenalin sports to meditation- I think that having exercising the naturally occuring hormones in our body is actually key to health, wellness and balanced hormones in the end.

    Cheers with a great smoothie!
    Christina

  2. Chad says:

    Hey thanks Christina! I’m doing so many things don’t pay attention to my comments enough.

    Keep up the positive energy!

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