Hormone Appointment (60min)

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This is beneficial for anyone experiencing symptoms indicative of hormone imbalance, such as irregular periods, mood swings, fatigue, acne, weight fluctuations, decreased libido, and so on. Whether you're transitioning off of the birth control pill or simply aiming for overall well-being, balanced hormones are essential for maintaining physical and emotional health influencing everything from mood and energy levels to metabolism and reproductive health. By addressing these concerns through homeopathy, we offer personalized solutions that work with your body's natural rhythms to restore harmony and vitality.

What's included?

60 minute appointment in depth health history, individualized homeopathic treatment 3-4 month supply of remedies (all remedies included). I also want to note— I always include a constitutional remedy. Recommend scheduling the follow-up consultations, but not required. 

Hormones – what are they?

Hormones are chemical messengers that travel through blood to various organs of the body to regulate numerous bodily functions. These chemical substances are produced by glands and are released directly into the bloodstream.

Hormones – what they do?

Hormones are keeping the body functioning and maintaining balance. They influence mood and temperament, regulate of fight or flight, increase or decrease metabolism, onset of puberty and menopause, regulate sexual function, influence the initiation and cessation of growth.

Hormonal imbalance can be seen in women of all ages. The most common hormone imbalances are there related to thyroid hormones and ovarian hormones.

 

Thyroid Hormones Imbalance

Thyroid gland produces thyroid hormones TSH, T3 and T4.  The imbalance of these hormones results in one of the two conditions – hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism.

Hypothyroidism mainly results in slowing of all bodily metabolic functions and as result are presented such symptoms as weight gain, chilly feeling, constipation, heavy periods among women, feeling of fatigue and slowness/sluggishness.

While in hyperthyroidism, the metabolic functions are accelerated so there are symptoms as losing weight, heated feeling, hand tremors, restlessness, irritable mood, tiredness, palpitations, shortness of breath, diarrhea, scanty periods in women and protruding eyeballs.

Ovaries Hormones Imbalance

Ovaries produce estrogen and progesterone. PCOS, premenstrual and menopausal syndrome are the most frequently hormonal imbalance in women.

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

PCOS can cause problems with periods and make it difficult to get pregnant. So, the symptoms for PCOS are irregular menses, weight gain and trouble losing weight, hair growth on face, thinning hair on the scalp, depression.

Premenstrual Syndrome

PMS has a wide variety of symptoms, including mood swings, tender breasts, acne, food cravings, fatigue, head ache, abdominal bloating, irritability and depression.  The symptoms are experienced a few days prior to the menses.