Understanding your symptoms

Most women over 35 have at least eight symptoms of hormonal imbalance. But most report their health is “excellent”. How can both be true? Simple – most women ignore their symptoms and just push ahead with their busy lives.

A woman looking for answers to her hormonal symptoms

We want you to be different – to pay attention to your symptoms – because they are early warning signs of health problems ahead. Let’s talk about how to do that.

Symptoms: your body’s way of asking for help

Symptoms of hormonal imbalance mean that your health is getting worse. The underlying causes may include weak nutrition or digestion, inflammation, stress, toxic loads, or genetic predisposition. But these chronic problems lead to bigger issues down the road, raising your risk of diabetes, cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, and many other serious illnesses. Here’s how such serious problems develop over time:

the development of symptoms and illness throughout lifespan

There’s a crucial point to understand in this progression: the earlier you make changes to support your health, the better. While your body wants to heal at all times, the further down this path you go, the more difficult it is to restore your hormonal balance and overall health.

Your first step: what’s the underlying problem?

Hormonal imbalance can seem too complex to understand – even for your doctor. But there are actually simple ways to understand whether your symptoms indicate that the underlying problem is with your sex hormones, your adrenals or your thyroid.

To figure it out, just take our Symptom Checker. In just 15 questions you’ll figure out what path you need to follow to find relief.

Where are you

Symptoms you can’t explain?

Find your path to hormonal balance in just 15 questions.

Check Your Symptoms

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