Our bodies are sensitive. When one small hormone goes slightly off the grid or shows up too often, it can throw your body completely out of whack. Although some hormones constantly fluctuate throughout the month, especially in women, there are some symptoms that are worth paying attention to. But first, it’s time to find out exactly how you know your hormones are out of balance. These 15 problems, you may have thought were just part of life, could be key to figuring out what your hormones are telling you.
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1.Stomach problems

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There are a lot of reasons for stomach pain, bloating or queasiness. But your stomach is sensitive to hormone changes, so that could be why they’re happening if you’re having any other problems on this list.

2.Memory problems

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Changes in estrogen and progesterone can make it harder to remember things or to think clearly. But so can thyroid disease, so talk to your doctor if there’s some unusual fog in your memory.

3.Mood swings

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Sudden changes in your estrogen can mess with certain brain chemicals like dopamine. This can scramble your moods or leave you feeling depressed.

4.Irregular periods

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If your periods are switching up each month or skipping some others, you could have either too much or too little estrogen or progesterone.

5.Chronic fatigue

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Everybody feels a little tired sometimes, If you’re getting too much progesterone, you’re going to feel more like sleeping.

6.Weight changes

 

 

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If you suddenly gain weight like there is no tomorrow or your jeans are suddenly falling off, you may have an imbalance of hormones in your body.

7.Digestive problems

 

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If you are beginning to experience frequent bouts of indigestion, bloating, vomiting or diarrhea, your cortisol levels could be out of balance. Digestion problems also occur during menopause because of low estrogen levels.

 

8.Hair loss

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Hair loss is much more common among males with plummeting testosterone levels as they age, but it can also affect women. Hypothyroidism can also be a culprit of hair loss. Low thyroid hormone can leave your hair feeling brittle, dry and thin.

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