They’re something we all have – little chemical messengers zipping around our systems to help maintain and control our bodies. These chemicals are called hormones and they play a key role in pretty much everything your body does.
Feeling hungry? Whether your stomach feels like it’s going to eat itself if you don’t eat in the next two minutes or you just need a tiny little nibble to get you through the next little bit, it’s all your hormones working to keep you fed and full.
Can barely keep your eyes open? Body heavy and desperate to fall into bed for a good snooze? Once again, it’s your hormones! This time they’re reminding you that sleep is vital to your health.
Stressing out about that big project at work or an upcoming final? Bouncing with excitement because summer is here and you love the sun? Feel like crying because life has got you down?
Every single one of those things – and more – are because of your hormones!
Some more specific examples of hormones that are in your body are things like:
- Produced in the Adrenal Cortex,
- Helps to do things like regulate blood pressure, suppress the immune system, and regulate blood glucose.
- Found in the digestive system, blood platelets, and the central nervous system,
- Acts as a natural mood stabilizer and also helps with things healing wounds, simulating nausea to push toxic things from your body faster, and helping you sleep or wake up.
- Vitamin D:
- Found in the small intestine, kidneys, and bone cells,
- Encourages your body to absorb, maintain, and release calcium throughout the body.
- Produced in the breast and uterus,
- Accelerates metabolism, promotes development of female sex characteristics, regulates menstrual cycles in the uterus, and assists in maintaining the maturation of sperm in the testes.
- Produced in the testes or ovaries and, in small amounts, in the adrenal glands,
- Works to regulate fertility, fat distribution, red cell production, and bone mass.
Those are just a few of the hormones in your body. There’s countless others and they’re all working together to keep you going each and every day!
So how can you keep your hormones happy and healthy in return?
Keeping active, eating a balanced and healthy diet, sleeping regularly, drinking enough water. All of that will help keep you – and, by extension, your hormones – very happy indeed.
Sometimes we need a bit of help, though, and that’s where our Healthy Hormone Program comes in.
The Healthy Hormone Program is…
a program designed to help you take a deeper look at any imbalances that might exist within your body. Through saliva testing and blood testing, we can work to identify which nutritional/vitamin factors are missing and which hormones may be lacking.
Our goal is to help restore the function back to your tissues so that your body can carry out all its natural functions – smoothly and efficiently!
What does that mean for you?
There’s so many different things it means. It means your hormones will finally be delivering the messages they were always meant to deliver throughout your body.
It could mean you find yourself with more energy than you had before. You’ll be able to keep up with your kids again or run that marathon you’ve been dreaming about running or any number of fun things you felt you were missing out on.
Or that you’re happier and find yourself smiling more and more as you finally get the serotonin you’ve been missing.
Maybe your period is finally back, or it’s finally regular and less painful. There’s so many possibilities when you take the steps towards happier, healthier hormones.
But there’s one thing we can say for sure: healthy hormones mean you’re able to achieve your optimal health…from the inside out.