Hormones 2016-11-01T13:05:19+01:00


What are Hormones?

Hormones are like messengers in your body that give orders to your cells to do particular things.  They are chemicals that are manufactured by glands  and released into the bloodstream.

Hormones are critical players in body’s chemistry. Carrying messages between cells and organs. Hormones affect everything, from growth through childhood, sexual development and mood to how well we sleep, how we manage stress and even how we break down food. This means that our bodies rely on hormones to function properly. Unfortunately, a hormonal imbalance triggering a series of symptoms that affect health can occur at any time, regardless of how young or how old you are. Once a hormonal imbalance occurs, the only way to restore health and well-being is through a natural hormone therapy.


Hormones and Aging

The levels of certain hormones, such as progesterone, estrogen, dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), testosterone and pregnenolone, decrease with age, causing our bodies to slowly cease functioning – a process known as “aging.” But, this is not the only reason why hormones are important to our health. To find out how hormones affect human body and health, implicitly, you should read the next paragraphs


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