When I originally was diagnosed PCOS and imbalanced hormones, I felt so frustrated and helpless. The undesirable health effects of any hormone imbalance such as unwanted breakouts, fatigue, depression, hair loss, low sex drive, painful periods, and insomnia, to name a few, are enough to leave any woman feeling despondent.
In previous articles, I discussed how our thought patterns directly affect our health and how to develop new thought patterns to help our bodies heal. In this series, I will address specific disorders and diseases and discuss some of the underlying metaphysical (non-physical) factors that may be contributing towards them,
Hormonal imbalance can manifest in everything from mood swings and cravings to PMS, cramps, and even infertility. From the annoying to the devastating, the truth is that hormonal imbalance doesn’t have to be part of your reality. Wouldn’t it be great if there was something quick, easy, and tasty that
Many of us believe that ill health is something that happens to us and we seldom have a choice in the matter. On the other hand, bestselling author Louise Hay, claims that we are each responsible for all of our experiences, including our so-called illnesses, through our own thought patterns.
Estrogen is one of two main sex hormones that women have. The other one is progesterone. Estrogen is primarily responsible for female physical features and reproduction. Men have estrogen, too, but in smaller amounts. Estrogen’s roles Estrogen governs the growth of the breasts, pubic, and underarm hair. During puberty, it’s