How Your Hormones Are Wreaking Havoc on Your Life...

You know that feeling when you're just not yourself? You're irritable, you get angry at the smallest things, you can't focus, and nothing seems to make you happy. Maybe you feel like your brain is foggy and your body is heavy. Maybe your skin isn't as clear as it used to be.

If this sounds like how you've been feeling lately, there's a good chance that a hormonal imbalance is to blame. Hormonal imbalances can cause all kinds of symptoms, from depression to weight gain to acne and more.

But here's the good news: hormonal imbalances are pretty easy to fix once you know what's wrong with your body (and what specifically needs fixing). So today we'll talk about how all hormones affect each other and how the symptoms are related, plus give some tips on how to get back on track with your hormones so that they can do their job again—which is keeping us healthy!

Thyroid hormones, estrogen, and progesterone are three hormones that play a huge role in your life. Your body needs them to function properly. But when there's an imbalance in any of these hormones, it can cause a lot of problems.

For example, if you have too much estrogen, it can cause weight gain, low libido, depression and anxiety. On the other hand, if you have too much progesterone it can cause irritability, bloating and breast tenderness. And if your thyroid isn't functioning properly it can also cause weight gain or weight loss (depending on what type of thyroid problem you have). 

The troubling issue is that if one of these hormones is “off”, it can negatively affect ALL of your other hormones. And, before you know it you feel like you got hit with everything but the kitchen sink…irritability, weight gain, hopelessness, painful heavy periods, and many other symptoms.

Curious if you have a Hormonal Imbalance? Take our Free Women's Hormone Assessment

Here are 5 tips to balance your hormones and get rid of your nasty symptoms.

  1. Eat a healthy diet that includes plenty of fruits and vegetables, whole grains, lean meats, and fish.
  2. Get enough sleep on a regular basis (7-9 hours/night).
  3. Exercise regularly by incorporating strength training exercises into your routine two or three times per week for 30 minutes at a time; this will help increase muscle mass while also burning calories! You should also look into adding cardiovascular exercise (such as walking) into your weekly routine as well—the more active we are throughout the day, the better our overall health will be!
  4. Learn to love yourself again: the best thing anyone can do is take care of themselves first so they can make sure everyone else around them feels loved too! If something isn’t working out like it should then find another way around it rather than giving up altogether because nothing lasts forever except death itself but even then there’s still going back home afterwards :) So keep striving forward towards whatever goals set forth might seem impossible now but eventually become possible through hard work & persistence :) Life only happens once so don’t waste any precious moments worrying about things not being right when there are better ways out there that could improve upon everything else later :)"
  5. Take the right vitamins to balance your hormones while supporting a healthy mind and body. There are several key vitamins that can help substantially improve your hormonal health. And gratefully, taken together they work rather quickly.

Inositol - Inositols are a kind of sugar the body makes. They help balance chemicals that control your blood sugar and fertility. They also can improve your metabolism by helping convert nutrients into energy rather than being stored as fat.

Schisandra Berry - can increase T-4 hormone production and help in the conversion of T-4 to T-3. This increases metabolism. 

Diindolylmethane (DIM) - is a supplement used to treat female hormone imbalance, most notably estrogen dominance. DIM can help women suffering from hormone-related thyroid problems. One of the most significant things DIM may do for women is improve estrogen metabolism.

Epimedium - naturally balances hormone function without being an actual hormone itself. This could be helpful for women experiencing hormonal fluctuations during PMS or menopause.It also provides an excellent alternative for stimulating libido and decreasing sexual dysfunction.

Our product CompleteV2 includes all these vitamins together in one scoop. CompleteV2 is a proven and effective way to improve your hormone health quickly and ease the symptoms you're experiencing. 

If you're still unsure exactly where your hormone health lies, take our Free Women's Hormone Assessment now.

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