Hormones are chemical messengers of the body, they act on the cells and the bodies in which we work. It is not uncommon for hormones to change during various times in life, as before or during menstruation, when there is a baby, or during menopause. But there are some medications and health problems that also cause hormone levels to go up and down.
1. Irregular menstruation
For most women, menstruation will come every 21 to 35 days, but if your menstruation does not come at the same time every month, or disappears for several months, it may be because you have too little or too many hormones such as Estrogen and Progesterone.
If the female is between the ages of 40 and 50, the cause may be pre-menopause. Irregular menstruation can be a symptom of health problems such as Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). Please see a specialist in a timely manner, just detect the warning signs early, you will have time to treat and prevent complications later
2. Sleep disorders
When you do not get enough sleep, or if the quality of sleep is not good, it may be due to the hormones that are disturbing. Progesterone, a hormone secreted from two ovaries that helps us sleep well. If progesterone levels in the body are lower than usual, you will find it difficult to fall asleep and prone to loss of drowsiness. Low Estrogen levels cause sudden sensations of hot flashes and night sweats, making getting enough sleep extremely difficult
3. Chronic acne
Acne before and during menstruation is normal, but acne does not go away after menstruation as a symptom of endomeal problems. The excess amount of Androgens promotes a strong active oil gland. Androgens also act on skin cells located in and around the pores, clogging pores and causing acne.
Experts still do not know the mechanism of the hormone's action on the brain, but when there is a change in estrogen and Progesterone levels, you may feel "vaguely phlegmatic", making it very difficult to remember information. Some experts believe that Estrogen can act on the chemical substances of the brain called neurolycular conduction.
Loss of concentration and poor memory are symptoms that are common in the pre-menopause and menopause, but it can also be symptoms of other endal problems, such as thyroid disease. If you experience this symptom, you are advised to see a doctor to determine the appropriate cause and treatment.
5. Digestive problems
The digestive system connects to tiny cells called estrogen and Progesterone reaction receptors. When these hormones are more or less than usual, you will see changes in the digestion of food, which is why symptoms such as diarrhea, stomach pain, abdominal obstruction and drowsiness can occur and worsen before and during menstruation. If you experience digestive problems as well as acne and feelings of fatigue, it may be due to abnormal hormone levels.
6. Prolonged fatigue
Fatigue is one of the most common symptoms of end endal imbalance. Excessively high amounts of Progesterone can make you feel drowsy, and if the thyroid gland – a butterfly-shaped body located in the neck area – produces too little thyroid hormone, also wears out your energy. You can check thyroid function with simple blood tests, if any to apply treatment.
7. Mood changes and depression
Researchers say a sudden decrease or change in hormone levels can make patients feel moody. Estrogens act on key brain chemicals such as Serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine, but other hormones, which are the same path as neurolycular conductives, also play a part in your emotions.
8. Taste and weight gain
When you feel sad or frustrated, it can happen when estrogen levels decrease, making you want to eat more, which may be the reason for the decrease in end hormone associated with weight gain, in addition, Estrogen reduces the impact on Leptin levels – a hormone that regulates the body's food intake.
There are many causes of unbearable headaches, but for some women, headaches are caused by a drop in Estrogen levels. That is the reason for headache symptoms before or during menstruation, when Estrogen levels are trending down. Frequent headaches or headaches that occur at the same time of the month can be a sign that your hormone levels are fluctuating.
10. Vaginal dryness
Occasionally women have vaginal dryness, which is a normal problem, but if you often notice a feeling of dryness or irritation in the closed area, it may be due to a decrease in Estrogen levels. Hormones help vaginal tissues retain moisture and comfort, if Estrogen is reduced due to end endal loss, causing a decrease in vaginal secretion and drying the vagina.
11. Loss of libido
Most people assume that Testosterone is male sex hormone and only male, but the female body still produces Testosterone. If testosterone levels in the body are lower than normal, women may feel less desire to have sex.
12. Changes in breasts
A decrease in the hormone Estrogen entails a decrease in breast tissue density, and vice versa when this hormone level increases the density of tissues, even causing a lump or breast cyst. See your specialist as soon as you notice your breast has a problem, even if you don't have any other symptoms.
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Article reference source: Webmd.com
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