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Some hormonal imbalances are temporary and the body learns to adapt and adjust. Others are chronic and prolonged, indicating deeper seeded problems. Chronic hormonal imbalances should be addressed since they can contribute to the development of many conditions like insulin resistance, endometriosis, thyroid disease, infertility, PCOS, amenorrhea, digestive concerns, allergies, depression and so much more.
Basically, hormonal imbalances are not the problem. They’re
a symptom of an underlying issue.
Since hormones play a role in such a wide variety of body processes, even minor imbalances can have a profound effect on the entire system. Too much or too little of any hormone can result in an imbalance, but rarely is the hormone imbalance actually the root cause. Instead, hormonal imbalances usually occur in response to other factors like stress, inflammation, gut dysbiosis, or blood sugar dysregulation.