Nearly every physiological process in the body is in some way influenced by hormonal activity. As the body’s primary chemical messengers, hormones released from the endocrine gland work their way through the bloodstream and regulate internal organ processes in order to keep the body in a state of balance and homeostasis. When hormones become imbalanced, medical symptoms result and can lead to a nearly endless variety of disease and illness. At Rejuvenation Health in East Hampton, NY, our team of world-renowned holistic doctors use cutting-edge tools and diagnostic technologies to test for hormone imbalances that can lead to chronic disease. If you think you may be suffering from symptoms related to hormonal control, call or visit our East Hampton wellness center today to schedule a full-panel hormone imbalance test.
The body’s hormone system is a vast and complex network with a nearly endless variety of biochemical messaging tasks. As such, isolating and diagnosing hormonal imbalances can be incredibly challenging, which is why it is important to speak with an experienced holistic professional if you think you may be suffering from hormone-related health issues. You may be a candidate for a full-panel hormonal imbalance test if you’re currently experiencing or have recently experienced:
Rejuvenation Health also offers tests that can identify hormonal imbalances in women going through menopause, puberty, pre- or post-pregnancy, or women that are experiencing symptoms that may be related to a hormone imbalance, including polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
There are a variety of natural remedies for hormone control that we recommend to our patients. As is the case with most oral and physical ailments, quality exercise and a balanced, low-sugar diet are the single biggest factors when it comes to maintaining healthy hormone production. Other natural factors that influence hormone balance include the amount and quality of sleep that you get and the amount of stress you deal with daily. Persistent ongoing stress can lead to overproduction of cortisol and adrenaline, which can throw hormone production out of balance and lead to symptoms such as weight gain, mood fluctuations and systemic disease.
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