Balancing Hormones in men and woman

{Balancing Hormones} The effects of Progesterone on the body

Today’s Topic: The effects of Progesterone on the body. Including symptoms of being low progesterone, how to check for it, monitoring your levels, where to find help, best and safest products to use and book recommendations.

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By opening your eyes to a new way of preventative and proven remedies, that most Doctors don’t want to hear about, we are bringing you all the answers to longevity and anti-aging by diving deep into the study of hormones and their effects on the body.
As we age certain hormones diminish in both men and women, creative imbalances that can set off everything from perimenopause to cancer. It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in your body as early as 30 and in some cases even earlier. If you have feelings of dression, anxiousness, fatigue and have sexless sleepless nights, you need to listen to our podcast.

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Show notes:

What is progesterone?
Progesterone is a hormone found in men, women and children. Everyone needs a small amount of progesterone for good health and longevity. Women of reproductive age need (and produce) the most. Progesterone plays an essential role in a woman’s reproductive cycle and her ability to have children, and if she does not produce enough and has low progesterone many serious problems can occur.

Men also need progesterone for good health and full sexual function. It should be the first hormone that men (and women) use to treat any problems caused by a deficiency or imbalance of sex hormones.

Symptoms of low progesterone in women

Mood changes, anxiety, nervousness, irrational fears, irritability.
Depression.
Headaches, migraines.
Hot flushes (also known as hot flashes or night sweats if they occur at night).
Low sex drive / libido.
Menstrual problems such as irregularity or heavy bleeding.
Mood changes, anxiety, nervousness, irrational fears, irritability.
Depression.
PMS.
Menopause and peri-menopause problems.
Breast disorders, pain, tenderness.
Endometriosis.
Pyroluria.
polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
Postpartum depression.
Weight gain.
Infertility.
Miscarriage.

Symptoms of estrogen dominance / low progesterone in men

Prostate enlargement – benign prostate hyperplasia / hypertrophy (BPH) and the risk of prostate cancer.
Urination – difficulty, increased frequency. Constricted urethra.
Erectile dysfunction.
Low libido.
Fatigue.
Depression and anxiety.
Adiposity (fat build-up) and the redistribution of fat.
Muscle development reduced.
Body hair reduced.
Veins become less prominent.
Baldness.
Breast growth.
Risk of many other cancers.
Risk of heart and artery diseases.
Sweat and body odour changes.
Skin thinning.

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