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3 Most Common Reasons for Hormonal Imbalance

Hormones play an important role in our bodies.

Researched, written by Amber & The Team
Updated on July 9, 2023

Woman Experiencing A Hormone Imbalance

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Hormones play an important role in our bodies.

Too much or too little of them can make us weak or more prone to illness.

With that, it is no longer surprising why many people are now relying on hormone therapy to keep them balanced and optimized at all times.

There are clinics from big cities like Phoenix, Dallas, New York, LA, and even small cities like Portland, Santa Fe, Redding, and Lexington that are now making this therapy more accessible for everyone.

So to help you during your first consultation, we have listed some of the common reasons why you are experiencing hormonal imbalance.

This way, you can easily find a clinic that not only provides hormone therapy but can also cater to all your unique needs and problems.


Natural Growth


The very first thing that you should always keep in mind is that you cannot have a perfectly balanced hormone at all times.

All of us go through a different cycle of life, and no matter how hard you try to avoid these changes, your body would eventually have to go through these different growth stages at some point.

And every time your body undergoes these changes, it would need some time to adapt and recuperate.

This is one of the reasons why women are more prone to hormonal imbalance.

Since their body undergoes many changes (menstruation, pregnancy, menopause) in their lifetime, their hormonal levels would fluctuate many times as well.

So once you visit any clinic in the United States, be sure that you are aware of this and that you know what your body is currently going through.

This way, your doctor can recommend a more tailored treatment based on your current state.

For instance, if you are currently undergoing the menopausal stage, then you might need other forms of treatment as well.




Your current state can also throw your hormone levels off balance and make you more prone to illness.

There is even a study that shows that a woman’s body’s response to stress can be linked to PTSD and even IBS as well.

Once you know that your hormonal imbalance is mainly due to the stress and problems you have been carrying these past few weeks, then your doctor can easily narrow down all the best available hormone therapy treatments.

On top of that, they can even give you a few tips and other treatments that can help alleviate your stress.

Because even though you managed to optimize your hormones today, the problem can still reoccur if you are still constantly stressed.

That is why it is important to not only address hormonal imbalances through therapy but to also find ways to prevent them from reoccurring.


Excessive Weight


There are many ways in which your weight can affect your hormonal levels and vice versa.

For example, too much stress hormone can fuel your cravings or appetite while too much estrogen can disrupt your metabolism.

For these reasons, many are now including hormone therapy in their weight loss journey.

Before patients start their diet and regular workout routine, they always make sure that their hormonal levels are balanced and healthy.

Doing this makes their weight loss journey a lot more effective.

That said, before you book an appointment for hormone therapy, make sure that you checked your weight first.

This way, you would be able to make some adjustments to your eating habits and workout routine.

On top of that, you can even ask your doctor to give you advice on your weight loss journey.

They can recommend a few exercises as well as food that can keep your hormonal levels at an optimum at all times.




All in all, the most common reasons for a hormonal imbalance are natural growth, stress, and excessive weight.

These are the things that you should look out for if you want to fight hormonal imbalance in the first place.

However, it is still worth noting that apart from these three, there are still many factors that can affect your hormonal levels.

So rather than solely focus on cure and temporary remedy, do also find ways to avoid these risk factors as well.

This way, it would be much easier to optimize your hormonal levels in the long run.

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