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August 20, 2018
“Maintaining good health and attitude is just not as simple as correcting female physiology gone awry but also involves on some level transforming our cultural image of women’s reproductive health.” - Dr. Tori Hudson, ND
Here are some tips and tricks for regulating your hormone health naturally from Dr. Laura Von Hagen.
1. Progesterone is a female hormone important for the regulation of ovulation and menstruation.
Symptoms of Low Progesterone
Tips for Improving Low Progesterone
2. Cortisol is commonly known as the stress hormone because it is released during times of stress, but it also influences many other functions in the body such as blood sugar levels, the rate of metabolism, the reduction of inflammation, and memory formulation.
Symptoms of Low Cortisol
Tips for Improving Low Cortisol Levels
3. Androgens play a primary role in kick-starting signs of puberty in women. They also help regulate the everyday health and functions of various organs such as the reproductive tract, bones, kidneys, liver and muscles.
Symptoms of Excess Androgens
Tips for Reducing Excess Androgens
4. Estrogen plays a key role in regulating women’s health and also contributes to the sexual development of girls going through puberty. It plays a role in maintaining/regulating metabolism (bone, cholesterol glucose), body weight, uterine growth, and more.
Symptoms of Estrogen Dominance
Tips for Balancing Estrogen Dominance
Dr. Laura von Hagen is a naturopathic doctor with a Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology from Queen’s, a Masters of Science in Clinical Anatomy from Western University and a Doctor of Naturopathy from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. Her practice focuses on hormones and fertility. She loves travelling and experimenting in the kitchen, especially with dark chocolate.
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