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Hormones are chemical “messengers” that impact the way your cells and organs function. Your hormone levels shift at different times of your life, such as pregnancy, before or after your period, perimenopause, menopause, with medication use, or even as a result from a medical condition. Produced by glands in the endocrine system, imbalances occur when there is too little or too much of a certain hormone in the bloodstream. Because hormones regulate such a multitude of processes in the body, it comes as no surprise that even the slightest imbalance can cause a substantial effect on one’s overall health and wellbeing.


Is a stress- hormone that is produced in the morning, allowing us the energy to get out of bed. If our levels go too high or low, then our well-being can become compromised. It has three goals in keeping us alive- increasing blood sugar, stabilizing blood pressure, and neutralizing inflammation. It also works in conjunction with adrenalin as our ‘flight-fight’ response. Long term stress can increase cortisol, throwing us off balance and wreaking havoc on our body, mind, and spirit. Changing hormone levels can affect cortisol levels, while high cortisol levels can also cause adrenal fatigue and ‘burn out’.

Stressed Woman

Let’s take a look at the most common signs and symptoms

Sound Familiar?

Most hormonally-imbalanced woman are facing the same emotional, physical, and daily living conflicts as you. No matter if you are a mother, grandmother, student, business woman, free- spirit, teacher, etc. We all are women first and we all experience hormonal changes on some level.

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Physical dysfunction

  • Weight gain and bloating.

  • Irregular and painful periods.

  • Cystic acne and dry skin.

  • Burning tongue and electric shocks.

  • Hair loss

  • Joint and muscle pain

  • Increased inflammation.

  • Heart palpations

  • Polycystic ovarian syndrome.

  • Breast and Ovarian cancers.

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sleep dysfunction

  • Fatigue

  • Insomnia

  • Night sweats

  • Hot flashes

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relationship dysfunction

  • Infertility

  • Low libido or painful sex, sore breasts, vaginal dryness, vaginitis.

  • Negative mood, creating conflict with spouse, family, or friends.

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Brain dysfunction

  • Irritability

  • Headaches

  • Temper outbursts

  • Brain fog

  • Panic attacks

  • Depression and anxiety

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YES! And I’m worth it!

Lifestyle and perception changes can help ease the symptoms caused by hormonal imbalances. Check out the 15 reasons why Life and Wellness Coaching can help you knock down the obstacles in your way, shift your beliefs, and get you the rewards you deserve.


  1. Achieve small or large goals you never thought possible, by breaking old habits and thoughts and making better decisions.

  2. Improve mood and self-esteem, while decreasing irritability, anxiety, and depression.

  3. Create peace, love, and happiness in all of your relationships.

  4. Get your “sexy” back and improve your sex life.

  5. Improve gut health, lose weight, and learn better eating habits. *

  6. Stop inflammation and build immunity. *

  7. Learn to prioritize, organize, and build time management skills.

  8. Stop negative talk, break through fears, and reinforce positivity.

  9. Restore energy, focus, and insight for personal growth.

  10. Improve your skin and hair.

  11. Get back to meditation, yoga, and other fun activities.

  12. Create boundaries.

  13. Learn the power of gratitude.

  14. Strengthen self-confidence, courage, and clarity.

  15. Stop insomnia. Get more sleep and relaxation.

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