Megan and Alex here. You asked and we created!
In this series, we’re going to be going through the most common hormone imbalances, such as estrogen dominance and progesterone deficiency, as well as how they impact your health.
We will talk about hormone imbalances that lead to poor blood sugar regulation during the cycle, testosterone issues, and low ovarian reserve.
You’ve asked about things like migraines, cramping, spotting, irregular periods, weight loss resistance, poor sleep, and mood disturbances like anxiety.
To get to the bottom of those symptoms and affect the cause of them, we have to take the deep dive into those subjects to determine and mitigate those causes.
Real Life Example
I (Alex) will also be sharing my real DUTCH test results with you. I’ve spoken about a lot of my endometriosis and infertility struggles, and as you can imagine, I keep a close eye on my hormone health and how to optimize it.
To be completely transparent the last six months have been incredibly difficult, and my health has taken a hit because of it.
It happens! Life knocks us off track sometimes, and that’s okay.
What we want to help you develop is your personal health toolkit (which is the whole point of our Healthy Hormones Group Program!) that will support you no matter what ups and downs occur.
This is what I’m falling back on for myself. It’s incredibly powerful to understand your body so thoroughly. Things are never perfect in life. Thankfully, I’m headed back in the right direction. We want the same results for you!
Topics Covered in this Series
Here’s a list of the of the topics we will be talking about in the following series:
- Symptoms and causes of sucky periods
- What understanding your body looks like
- Estrogen dominance
- Estrogen deficiency
- Why we use functional lab work
- What can you doctor get versus a functional protocol
- Progesterone deficiency
- Testosterone elevation and deficiency
- How to really tell if you’re ovulating
- Blood sugar regulation during your cycle
- Low ovarian reserve
- Moon cycles and your period
You’ll see we threw some moon cycle material in there as well. It’s because we think this stuff is awesome, and it seems like many of you do as well!
We can’t wait to hear what you think about the series! Get in touch with us, if you have any questions.
Upcoming Topic in the Series
We’ll be talking about the symptoms and causes of sucky periods in the next article. This one is important. Make sure to check back in for that one!