Hormone Imbalance Symptoms Women Can Change
1 in 3 Women Suffer From Hormone Imbalance At Some Point In Their Lives
Wow- is this true?
I was certainly the One in three of those females (I was 14) way back then, and absolutely No One figured that out.
I started ballet training when I was four years old.
I auditioned for, and got into the best ballet school in my country when I was 13.
I was hard working, skinny, and unbelievably, passed the audition criteria.
A year later my weight gain threatened my position in the school.
And what about you? What’s your story?
Anyone, women and girls, who don’t aspire to such a draconian field of body image demand, still can’t avoid the gauntlet run of high school, fashion, athletics, bathing suit body, prom dress et al.
In our crazy culture, there is no where to run, nowhere to hide, if you’re an overweight, stressed out, pimply or angry teen or woman of any age.
Why is that?
Years after I retired from dancing, I still didn’t have this figured out.
I looked back at how I’d tried to get help from my doctor. I described to him how, in spite of dancing and teaching eight hours a day, I couldn’t stay thin.
He said “your thyroid is probably low. Get some iodine solution and take 2 drops twice a week. “
Did he prescribe a thyroid test, or an endocrine test? No!
And many years later I wrote
…because I wanted to help young dancers who were struggling.
I was on the right track. I recommended endocrine, or hormone balance tests, to any teen who could get one.
Are You Over 50 Or Over 60?
Can you only imagine how incredible it would feel to have the energy to play with your children or grandchildren…because you just never feel like that anymore?
Are You Over 40 Or …35?
Do you dread spending “quality time” with your partner because you mostly feel tired or guilty about your lack of the healthy sex drive you can barely remember?
Do you struggle to recall when you used to go full speed all day and get everything done, without being dragged down by that sensation that your brain has been engulfed by a dense mist?
Do you long to see the persistent unwelcome belly fat at your waist and hips just melt away, with not such a struggle on your part?
Don’t you just crave to bounce out of bed every day full of energy and vigor, and beam at the You looking back from the mirror?
Okay, okay, I know you got my point!
If you’re ready for some life affirming information related to this dilemma, I believe you can benefit from The Power Of Hormones information.
You don’t feel like the woman/girl you used to, right? And since how long?
When was the last time someone told you how much they admire everything you do… “What an incredible Mother you are” “What a supportive wife you are” and “How successful you are at your job“…
It may be painful to think back that far!
Have you ever waited and waited for the weight loss after you committed to a low calorie diet and regular exercise regime?
Why aren’t you burning those calories?
Burning that fat?
If your hormones are out of balance, you probably wake up exhausted even when you thought had a good night’s sleep.
Is that you?
Do you find yourself feeling constantly down, even when there is nothing to feel down about?
When your hormones are out of whack, the result is, you put on weight, stay awake at night, and hardly remember your libido.
You may feel nauseous when pregnant, or you can’t get pregnant.
You can experience skin irritations.
You may lack mental acuity during the day when you’re hard pressed to perform at your job.
You can be quick to react to others with irritability, anger, sadness, or depression.
You may increase your risk of cancer (particularly breast cancer).
Left undiscovered, hormone imbalance can ruin your health, joy of life, and your most important relationships.
That is really, really sad and horrible.
I don’t want you to have to put up with these symptoms – when they could so easily be treated.
Balancing your hormones will AUTOMATICALLY release those debilitating symptoms from your life and ultimately change how you look and feel…
- Your doctor told you there is nothing wrong
- You’ve had your hormone levels tested by a healthcare professional and the results came back ‘normal’
- You have forced yourself to eat less (almost nothing) and exercise rigorously but you haven’t lost significant weight
- You have been informed you are ‘menopausal’, or almost
I recommend that you reverse this degeneration of your life and vitality with The Power of Hormones.
It is a digitally published book (an e-book, instant download) and is the result of months of passion driven research by the author.
It is a compilation of all the secrets she discovered, about how to balance your hormones.
She assembled this data to create a fast, effective program so that you can get incredible hormone-balancing results.
Maybe you feel like you’ve tried everything before to get your life back, and decrease your symptoms.
With this information you will be able to interpret your own hormone test results and make informed decisions about your health.
Wow – you can finally drop that weight, get better sleep, and wake up with the energy that you’ve needed so badly.
Hormones are so powerful, that, unbalanced, they can wreck havoc on your entire life!
Below is my post from a ballet blog, from when I was starting to research and write about hormonal imbalance.
Teen Weight Gain is agony!
“I rarely talk about personal stuff but since you all have stuck with me for a few years now, I feel comfortable to share.
Teen weight gain is agony – and if you’re a ballet dancer, cheerleader – or “any” girl – it is horrible. And this is way before social media or every day bullying at school.
I wrote a slightly clinical post about hormone imbalance on my other toe shoes blog today. But this is my own story.
When I was young I was so skinny my mother called me “the skull”. But for ballet that’s good right? I ate anything that I wanted to and was thin.
When I went to the summer ballet course in Hockley Valley, Ontario Canada, the ballet teachers were all from the National Ballet of Canada and the National Ballet School teacher course. I was in good hands.
We had 3-4 ballet classes a day and we gobbled up our boxed lunches – 2 sandwiches, some raw vegetable snack and a cupcake.
Our ballet teachers were horrified. They picked the sandwich contents out of the bread with a fork and threw away everything else.
And that summer I auditioned for the National Ballet School of Canada and was accepted. All was well for about a year and a half.
Then the teen weight gain began. Nightmare! I was eating what I had always eaten. There were a few other girls who gained weight too. We were lepers, let me assure you.
What I didn’t know was hormone imbalance was involved. Nowadays a parent and a family doctor would suspect. But not then.
If a girl has heavy and had painful periods, that’s a sign. Weight gain (while exercising and eating well) is a sign.
Worry, anxiety, fatigue and social withdrawal are all signs of hormonal imbalance.
No one realized we needed a hormone balance test.”
I sure could have used The Power Of Hormones then! 🙂