Warning Signs That Show That Your Hormones Are Malfunctioning

Posted By: Lekhaka

Women go through various stages of their lives battling different issues related to their health. Different hormones play different roles at various stages of their lives.
Sometimes these hormones do not function properly and cause a lot of unhealthy conditions.
Today in this article we shall discuss certain symptoms that indicate that your hormones have gone haywire.


1. Tired:

If you feel tired all the time, and even find it difficult to get out of bed sometimes, it is time for you to get your hormonal levels checked. When in spite of following a healthy diet, getting proper rest and exercising regularly, you feel tired, you must be suffering from certain hormonal imbalances like thyroid, adrenal, oestrogen and progesterone.


2. Insomnia:

If you have been suffering from insomnia, it could be due to hormonal imbalance. Sleep disturbances can be caused by fluctuation in the oestrogen and progesterone levels. If you observe changes in sleeping patterns and disturbances in sleep, it is time to get your hormones checked.

Also Read : Effect Of Hormonal Imbalance On Body


3. Irritation:

Are you a person who used to be sweet at one point of time but has turned into a person that you no longer recognise? Have you been screaming and yelling all the time? Are you irritated even at the drop of a hat? This is nothing but because of hormonal disorder. Many a times the thyroid hormone is responsible for this.

Also Read : List Of Foods For Hormonal Imbalance


4. Weight Gain:

Have you been putting on a lot of weight recently? Weight increase in different parts of the body signify imbalances in different hormones. When your thyroid hormones do not work properly, you gain weight in your hips and thighs; weight gain in your breasts signify oestrogen imbalance and weight gain in your abdomen and arms signify insulin resistance.
If you have been observing a lot of hair loss, then it is time to get your hormone levels checked. It could be an imbalance in your thyroid, androgen, oestrogen and progesterone levels.

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Story first published: Wednesday, February 1, 2017, 20:30 [IST]
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