November 6, 2017
Hormonal changes during a woman’s life can make them more susceptible to depression. While incidences of depression in women can be the result of social or environmental factors, depression often occurs during times of hormonal fluctuation. Women can experience depression earlier in life in the
November 4, 2017
When it comes to hormones, not all exercise is created equal. For the most part, exercise is considered helpful for maintaining hormonal balance. Regular exercise helps with stress levels, primarily by lowering cortisol and releasing the “feel good” neurohormone dopamine. However, some exercise regimens can actually
October 24, 2017
Sex Hormones’ effect on PMS While many people believe that hormonal imbalance is the primary culprit that causes PMS, laboratory tests do not always back up that idea. In fact, routine laboratory tests indicate that women who suffer from PMS often have normal hormone levels.
Learning to Listen To Your Body We are all so used to living our daily lives in a routine that we often don’t consider that there could be a better way. How often have you woken up feeling absolutely exhausted but pushed on through your
Hormones and sleep are very closely linked. Sleep disorders are very common, and there are certain times of life when they are even more common. During pregnancy a woman’s hormones go through huge changes, and often it can take months or even years for the