Hormonal imbalances in the form of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) tend to occur seven to ten days before the beginning of the menstrual cycle. Symptoms include fluid retention, breast enlargement/tenderness, pelvic pain, and bloating. These can often occur with changes in mood such as anxiety, irritability and even depression. Modern medicine will tend to treat some of the symptoms such as fluid retention by prescribing diuretics. In severe cases, like endometriosis, drugs may be prescribed to manipulate hormone production and even stop the menstrual cycle altogether.
Hormonal imbalances are also present during the menopause.Menopause symptoms such as hot flushes, night sweats and mood swings are often treated with drugs. But a more natural approach can be taken to bring the body back into balance by viewing the human body, hence the blood, holistically. Live blood analysis can help you understand the reasons behind your hormonal imbalances and to overcome the symptoms quite easily through using food as your medicine.
Don’t just take our word for it; view some of our clients suffering from menopause symptoms who have already done just that.
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