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☀️SUN☀️ For proper vitamin D levels, cortisol balance, energy, melatonin production and so much more.. We need to get out of the house/office and into the direct sunlight. One of the most underrated hormone balancing techniques out there and it is completely free!

🍚CARBS🍚 Eating “naked” carbs causes blood sugar highs and lows which causes cortisol to spike and causes hormone imbalances in the long run

💊MEDS💊 Pain relievers like Tylenol and Advil can cause long term imbalance. Tylenol can impact the liver (which you need for detoxification and hormone conversion) and Advil can cause damage to your gut lining (hello leaky gut)

🏃‍♀️HIIT🏃‍♀️ During certain phases of your cycle, due to normal hormone fluctuations, resting cortisol levels are naturally higher. Doing high intensity workouts all month long can cause added stress and unwanted fat storage to happen.

😴SLEEP 😴 After 10pm Cortisol starts to naturally rise. If you go to bed too late, you can get a second wind and miss your window for restful sleep.

As always, if you are struggling with symptoms of hormone imbalance and need more support, apply for a call with me so we can chat through your health and the different ways I can help💕

#womenshealth #wellnesstips #wellnesstok #hormones #hormonebalance
Replying to @kiwi14221993 Sound like you?
Like & Comment “yes” if you can relate!

Estrogen is AMAZING and necessary for a healthy brain, bones and heart. It also
gives us our feminine curves we love!
iv. The problem is when estrogen levels are higher than progesterone levels (the calm
and chill hormone).

When there is too much, it stimulates your fat cells to store MORE fat, leads to
decreased amounts of available thyroid hormone.

Some causes of Estrogen Dominance include:
1. Constipation
2. Sluggish Liver Function
3. History of Synthetic Hormones (including birth control)
4. Hormone disrupting chemicals (skincare, makeup, household products, etc.)
5. High Stress
6. Poor Gut Health
Message me “Class” on insta and I’ll message you access to my Free Hormone Class #estrogendominance #highestrogen #hormonesupport #hormoneimbalance #balancedhormones #hormonebalance #hormonebalancing #pmsproblems
Replying to @aeslingallegos 6 Things to start doing for naturally balanced hormones. Bonus tip: work with me so we can run specialty lab testing and figure out what is causing the symptoms in the first place! Comment “me” if youre looking for support #hormonesupport #hormonebalancingtips #hormoneimbalance #cortisolimbalance #hormones #cortisolbelly #cyclesyncingtips #cyclesyncing
Not sure which brands to use?

DM me "supplements" on insta and I will grant you access to my practitioner dispensary with all of my favorites at a discount!

Supplements have a time place...

They are meant to supplement. They are not a cure all and are not meant to take place of nourishing food, quality sleep, self-care, stress reduction, movement and sunshine.

Magnesium= An ESSENTIAL mineral that bout 70% of people are deficient. We need magnesium for over 300 reactions in the body like: Building progesterone, Reducing PMS related anxiety, Supporting sleep, Period pain, Migraines/headaches, Bloating, Breast tenderness and so much more. I take Magnesium Glycinate nightly

Ashwaghanda= An Ayurvedic herb that has been used for thousands of years. It is an adaptogenic herb that can help your body and nervous system adapt to daily stressors and lower cortisol levels. Resulting in improvements in anxiety, blood sugar regulation, mood balance, sleep quality, sharpen memory and focus & more!

Omega-3= Anti-inflammatory fats needed for hormones! Unless you're eating fatty fish like sardines, mackerel and wild salmon 3-4x/week, you're most likely deficient. Can help with reproduction, period cramps, brain fog, eye health, mood, skin, immune system, sleep and more! You want the one you use to be higher in EPA than DHA. Dont forget to like and follow for more tips!
#hormonesupplements #magnesiumdeficiency #antiinflammatory #nervoussystemregulation #hormonesupport #hormonebalancingtips #hormonebalance #cortisolimbalance
Replying to @amandamae1987

Changes in mood, sleep, digestion, cycle regularity, skin and weight are all signs of something deeper going on. Listen to what your body is trying to tell you!

YOU are in control of your health...

The "normal" range for traditional labs is based off of a very sick population.

You don't need to wait for your symptoms to become "bad enough" to take action on your health.

If you don't feel right, there is ALWAYS a reason. I encourage you to work with a practitioner who is willing to take the time and dig deeper! #hormonesupport #hormonebalancing #hormoneimbalance #hormoneseries #hormonetesting #hormonetests #cortisolcontrol #cortisolimbalance #estrogendominance

The four phases of your menstrual cycle affect your brain, moods, energy, libido and behaviors.

Understanding the phases and what happens during each, is one of the simplest and most effective ways to support your body on a hormonal level!

The 4 different phases are:
1. Menstrual = Can be helpful to think of this as the “Winter” phase. Typically
days 1-6 of your cycle, starting with the first day of your blead. Hormones are at their lowest and it is normal to feel a little drained/tired/introverted. This is a great time for slowing down, self care, epsom salt soaks. Those with lower levels of progesterone may experience more cramping!

2. Follicular = This is the “Spring” phase. Typically days 7-13 of your cycle (time between your period and ovulation). Starts after bleading has stopped and lasts until ovulation. Energy levels start to perk up as estrogen and testosterone begin to rise. You may feel more social and outgoing with more physical energy

3. Ovulatory = This is the “Summer” phase. Typically around day 14, but varies from person to person and sometimes cycle to cycle. This is the main event of your cycle- not your period! Ovulation is a 1 day event, but you are fertile for about 5-6 days. Hormones are at their peak and you may have the most energy, libido, confidence and feel like a social butterfly!

4. Luteal = This is the “Fall” phase. Typically days 15-28 of your cycle. This phase begins only after ovulation has occurred. It is broken into 2 halves- during the first half, hormones are still high and then begin to drop in the second phase prepping for menstruation again. This is when typical PMS symptoms arrive and are signaling that the body needs more hormonal support! Calorie needs also increase by about 300 calories per day which is why it is so common to feel extra hungry before your period!

Like & Comment “Yes” if you would like a part 2 on what to eat during each phase to support your hormones!

Don’t forget to save this post so you can refer back to it later.
#periodtok #periodpain #cyclesyncing
Meditation wasn’t right for me... It’s supposed to help you relax, yet every time I sat down to do it, I found myself getting aggravated with the fact that I couldn’t relax! I would end up
annoyed and more stressed out

Don’t get me wrong, I love it now! And studies have shown that it can literally rewire the brain over a span of a few weeks. But, it’s really not beneficial if it’s stressing you out more!

Truth is, during that season of my life my nervous system was extremely strained. I was stuck in fight or flight and my body didn’t have the nutrients and building blocks needed to
help regulate the nervous system properly.

I was battling parasites, toxic overload, poor gut health, strained hormones and extremely depleted of nutrients. It wasn’t that meditation didn’t work, it’s that it wasn’t right for me at
that time.

Here are some other (very effective) stress reduction techniques to try:

i. Box Breathing: Inhale for 4 seconds, hold for 4 seconds, exhale for 4 seconds, hold for 4 seconds. Repeat. Focusing on counting and breathing takes your mind off of your to do list and the racing thoughts

ii. Binaural beats: Are different tones and frequencies that have been shown to help reduce anxiety and induce relaxation. You can listen to them while walking, working or even during your morning/nightly routine to relax the body and mind

iii. Gratitude Journaling: Write down 3 things you are grateful for in the morning, before bed or any other time during the day that works for you! The key here is to really visualize the thing/person you are grateful for and FEEL the sense of gratitude. Example: I like to picture my boys’ smiling faces, hear their laughs, feel their hugs. The subconscious mind does not know the difference between visualization and reality. This can instantly change your mood and help to reduce stress on a cellular level!

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