Happy Sunday! I hope you are having a great weekend.
Yesterday, the family and a few friends went boating. The water was so amazing as I had never seen it so calm. Since the summer had ended, very few boats were on the lake. It was a very great experience.
Hormones are chemical messengers that help to relay information between organs and tissues in the body. They regulate growth, development, and reproduction and maintain homeostasis throughout the body. Hormones also play a crucial role in our health and wellness. For example, when we feel stressed or unhappy, this can result in disrupted hormone levels and lead to various problems, from weight gain to depression. There are plenty of ways to support a healthy hormone balance.
Today, I will share an interview with Samantha Gladish as we talked about the three best hormone hacks.
Enjoy the interview!
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In the interview above, you will discover:
- Who is Samantha Gladish?
- How did food and nutrition lead Gladish to a wellness journey?
- Top 5 women’s health threats
- How to know if you have a Hormonal Imbalance
- 3 best hormone hacks
How did Food and Nutrition Lead Gladish to a Wellness Journey?
Samantha Gladish is an online nutritionist specializing in weight loss and women’s hormonal health. Gladish uses food to help women balance their hormones and achieve their weight loss goals.
Her mother makes food from scratch. She grew up with healthier habits that were completely lost when she reached her teenage years. Gladish suffers from digestive issues, and someone told her to use the birth control pill. The birth control pill makes your skin dry, causes hair loss, nutrient depletion, breakouts, and even worsens your digestive issues. It took seven years to return to her beautiful skin, grow her hair and heal her digestive system.
When she experienced these issues, many people she met studied nutrition and traditional medicine. She discovered that you could heal yourself through food and natural medicines. She started to incorporate it into her life and heal her digestive issues, balance her hormones, and decided to study the field of nutrition.
Top 5 Women’s Health Threats
Women’s health is a topic that every person should be concerned about. The following are the top five women’s health threats:
Cortisol is a hormone produced by the adrenal glands in the body, which is often referred to as the stress hormone. It’s a natural part of your body’s response to fight-or-flight situations. This hormone is responsible for helping you survive stressful situations and get through them.
But while it’s important to have cortisol in your body, there are times when it can be too much. When cortisol levels become elevated over time, chronic stress negatively affects many areas of your life, including your health and well-being.
Imbalances in Sugar and Insulin Levels
Women tend to have higher levels of insulin and lower levels of sugar in the blood than men. This is a consequence of women’s increased tendency to store fat in the buttocks, thighs, and hips instead of on the stomach. Because of this storage pattern, women have less sugar circulating in their blood at any time than men.
Unfortunately, this means that when women eat a high-carbohydrate meal (such as a piece of bread or an apple), their blood sugar spikes higher than it does in men who eat the same meal. The spike in blood sugar triggers an increase in insulin by the pancreas, which causes the woman’s body to direct more glucose into fat cells for storage.
One of the most common problems for women is the problem of excess weight, which leads to the appearance of various diseases and disorders. This can be avoided with proper nutrition and regular physical activity.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and other Infertility
The polycystic ovarian syndrome is one of the health issues in women. PCOS is a medical condition that affects women of reproductive age. It is characterized by the presence of numerous small cysts in the ovaries. The syndrome is also linked to increased androgens, or male sex hormones, in women’s bodies.
Diagnosis is based on a combination of symptoms. The symptoms of PCOS are varied and can include irregular periods, weight gain, acne, excessive hair growth on the face and body, facial hair growth, and infertility. Treatment may involve lifestyle changes such as weight loss, exercise, and medication to manage symptoms such as acne or hair growth.
Women’s lifestyle has an impact on their health. You should be aware of the risks associated with your lifestyle. It is important to understand how to fix these issues so you can maintain a healthy lifestyle and avoid the risks of certain diseases. It is important to find a way to balance work and home life demands.
How to Know if you have a Hormonal Imbalance?
Hormonal imbalance is characterized by an imbalance of hormones, which are chemical messengers produced in the body. There are several different hormones, all of which help regulate the body’s various processes, including metabolism, growth and development, mood, sleep, sex drive, and reproduction.
While hormonal imbalances can affect anyone, they are most often experienced by women. Women have many more hormonal cycles in their lifetime than men do. In addition, the female endocrine system is much more complex than the male one. The following are the signs that you have a hormonal imbalance:
- Developing of Cyst
- Sugar cravings
- Sleep Cycle
3 Best Hormone Hacks
Managing hormonal imbalance can be difficult; help you consider the following:
Food choices. Your food choices are really important as this is the foundation of your health. A healthy diet must include all major food groups, protein-rich foods, whole grains, healthy fats, fruits, and vegetables.
Set boundaries in your lifestyle. Many ways help balance your hormones and live a healthier life. Furthermore, there is no need to become the victim of your hormones. By setting boundaries in your lifestyle, you can positively impact your hormonal imbalance. Try to balance your demands at work and home, which will help manage your hormones.
Look at your stress level. Stress is a factor that can be either positive or negative. Stress can be either force you to step up your game and make you more productive, or it can be the thing that prevents you from accomplishing anything. It all depends on how you approach it.
Everyone has specific goals for their health – losing weight, building muscle, improving their mood, or managing their hormones. But sometimes, your hormones can sabotage your health goals. To help you out, try the things that have been discussed above.
Hormones can be difficult to understand on the surface – but thankfully, there are some simple ways you can do for better health and wellness!
I hope you enjoyed the interview.
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