Hormones and hair loss are connected only when the hormones are imbalanced.
The truth is hormones and hair loss go together when the hormones are imbalanced hormones, it's only then when hormones and hair loss go hand and hand.
When your hormones are in normal range, it's only then when your hair growth will be back to normal and you will get thicker, stronger hair.
The truth is the root cause of female hair loss is due to having imbalanced hormones.
The main hormone that is causing your hair loss thinning is called the DHT hormone.
You might have heard of this hormone before but for those who haven't let me explain.
DHT is a byproduct hormone produced by testosterone. Women have testosterone in their body because it is needed but we just don't have as much as men do. In fact every person needs both estrogen and testosterone hormones except men have more testosterone and less estrogen and women have more estrogen and less testosterone.
Testosterone helps keep your muscles and bones healthy and strong. Unfortunately when your hormones are imbalanced the DHT hormone can cause hair loss in women because the DHT hormone will shrink the hair follicles until they die and stop growing.
There are many factors to your body having imbalanced hormones, including but not limited to the following:
Is a hormone imbalance hurting your fertility and overall health?
Are your hormones causing acne, facial hair, or hair loss?
If so you could have a hormone imbalance.
Destiny suffered hormone problems for
years, including polycystic ovarian syndrome, fertility problems, and
stage III endometriosis.
When she did finally got pregnant, she had a couple of small hemorrhages during the first trimester and an extremely painful ovarian cyst rupture later in the pregnancy.
She developed pre-eclampsia at 34 weeks and went into pre-term labor at 35 weeks.
She suffered for years from a variety of hormone imbalances, and tried every treatment option known to man.
That took her on a journey of learning and exploring, looking for a solution for her health issues.
She got healthy, and knew she had to share her knowledge with others.
Do you struggle with infertility, lack of libido, mood swings, hair loss, acne, insomnia, weight gain or loss, digestive problems, joint pain, and depression?
Hormones affect all of these.
That’s why it’s so important to take care of our bodies and hormones, and get things in the right balance.
We can manage our hormones...but first we have to learn how!
Nicole’s Progesterone Success Story
I’m not the only one dealing with various hormone issues.
Hormone imbalances affect 1 in 3 women!
Nicole was sick for 15+ years.
“I had done almost everything there was to do. I looked into diet, exercise, stress management, fermented foods, herbs, homeopathy, many doctors and more.
These are the symptoms she had (in random order):
She is now well! COMPLETELY FREE OF ALL THESE SYMPTOMS!
She is a new person and OFTEN now thinks…so THIS is how normal people feel. She is the opposite of all those symptoms.”
You can have amazing results like this too once you understand hormones and how to manage them.
You can feel healthy and fix so many issues.
This invaluable health resource covers a multitude of issues, providing understanding into how hormones work, and how you can treat your issues both naturally and with medicine.
Hormone imbalanced symptoms such as:
Once you fix the hormone problem you can get rid of your hormone imbalance symptoms too!