Hormonal Balance and Energy
Many people complain of having to make an extra effort when waking up in the morning. Others feel that by the afternoon they already ran out of energy. Most people wish they could be half as energetic as they were in their younger years. But what many don’t know is the fact that what causes this lack of energy is most of the times related to a hormonal unbalance, and that energy could easily and naturally be increased if we understand how hormones relate to it, and how to help our bodies create a hormonal balance.
Even at older ages, our bodies should have the strength to perform normal tasks, and be able to work at moderate levels without fatiguing.
One of the areas that need to be addressed when working with low energy issues is the glandular system. Addressing the thyroid, adrenal and pituitary is crucial to balancing energy, as well as with emotions and with modulating the effects of stress.
When the glandular system is not working properly, glands are not working properly; hormones are not being secreted at the correct level, which in result create an unbalance.
Unbalanced hormones can affect anything from our sexual libido, to our daily energy.
Unfortunately we make the lack of energy experience even worse by choosing the wrong diets and nutrition.
Besides the fact that the lack of certain nutrients makes our bodies weak, we also deteriorate our endocrine system and its ability to process and create certain hormones, which in result make us less energetic.
Fortunately, there are safe and natural ways to keep your hormones in balance and which may aid you in the process of getting your energy back to its regular levels.
Our bodies have a natural way to balance their hormones. Throughout all our lives, our body experience different changes, starting with adolescence. Later, women experience menstrual cycles, pregnancy and menopause. During these times, our bodies hormones increase and decrease. However, our bodies also have the ability to bring our hormones back to its regular levels. Unfortunately, if our bodies are not strong enough, its ability to regulate our hormones decreases. By strong we mean healthy, and for healthy we need the right nutrients, amount of exercise, sleep time, and a healthy life style in overall. A body’s ability to keep hormones in balance also depends on key nutrients such as vitamin B6, zinc, magnesium and essential fats. There are also hormone friendly herbs, like Peruvian-Maca, a natural hormonal balancer root which contains excellent nutrients which help our bodies regulate its hormones naturally.
It is our lack of body care which takes us to the rode of uncomfortable hormonal unbalance symptoms, being a lack of energy the most common one. Fortunately for us, there are many healthy and natural ways that can help us change the road. All we need is discipline in our life style, an increase in our healthy habits like our diets (adding the right vitamins and supplements) and the amount on exercise, as well as the complete cease of bad habits like drinking or smoking.