Hormonal Disorders

Hormonal disorders can manifest in many different ways: overactive thyroid, under-active thyroid, menopause, fatigue, weight gain, weight loss, low sex drive… the list goes on and on.

In simple terms, hormones form part of the body’s intricate and complex “messenger service”. Hormones get produced in one part of the body, such as the thyroid, adrenal or pituitary gland, after which they pass into the bloodstream or other body fluid, and go to distant organs and tissues where they act to modify structures and influence essential bodily functions.

This hormonal system is known as the endocrine system. Physiologically, hormones control much of what we feel be it tired, hungry, aroused, hot, or cold. They control the rates of certain chemical reactions, assist in transporting substances through membranes, and help regulate water balance, electrolyte balance, and blood pressure.

When we think about hormones, testosterone and oestrogen are likely to spring to mind first. However, there is so much more to our endocrine system than the sex hormones that command our reproductive cycle.

Every second of every day you have dozens of hormones acting in your body to get certain physiologic functions accomplished. This includes reactions taking place in the skin, too – when your skin is exposed sunlight, it produces vitamin D, which activates the genes that release the mood-regulating hormones dopamine and serotonin.

Getting to grips with hormonal imbalances are not only a challenge, but are also often misdiagnosed – leaving patients and sufferers in a frustrating position of not being able to find answers to alleviate and treat their distressing symptoms. Suffice it to say hormonal imbalances can wreck havoc to your health.

The Daily Health aims to give some guidance in how to treat some of the most common hormonal disorders without having to resort to taking drugs, which may cause even further damage.

Latest Articles in Hormonal Disorders

potassium, weight gain

5 Warning Signs That Your Thyroid May Be In Trouble

The thyroid is a small, butterfly-shaped gland in the lower neck. It plays a pivotal role in metabolism and the function of the kidneys, heart, liver, brain and skin. Taking care o...

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menopause, hops, menopausal

ADHD Drug Vyvanse Now Given To Menopausal Women

Shire Pharmaceuticals made a fortune selling its attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) drug Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) after convincing doctors to prescribe it to million...

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drugs, side effects, NSAIDs, painkillers

Duavee: Steer Clear Of This ‘New’ Menopause Drug

Duavee is used for the treatment of moderate-to-severe hot flushes due to the menopause and the prevention of postmenopausal bone loss. But before you ask your doctor about Duavee....

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Codex Alimentarius

Dangers Of HRT Are Still Being Ignored

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is like a horror movie villain who won't die.  Year after year, that's how it's been with pharmaceutical hormone replacement therapy.  In 2002,...

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fatigue, adrenal fatigue

Fatigue: Are You Suffering From This Invisible Illness?

This is probably the last thing you want to hear on a Monday morning, but the truth is some days we all wake up on the wrong side of the bed - or on the early side of it - and just...

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thyroid problems

Warning Signs for Hypothyroidism and Hyperthyroidism

Thyroid problems, including hypothyroidism (under-active thyroid) or hyperthyroidism (over-active thyroid), are estimated to affect as many as one in six people over the age of 55....

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age-related macular degeneration, hyperparathyroidism, vitamin D

Treating Hyperparathyroidism Effectively

Do you sometimes feel as though you're permanently exhausted, having very little energy and no real appetite most days? Or perhaps you've noticed that you often seem to feel confus...

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superfoods, broccoli

Hypothyroidism: Foods Sufferers Should Avoid

You'll never give a passing thought to thyroid hormones when they're in proper balance. But for millions of people, overproduction of thyroid hormones (hyperthyroidism) and under p...

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fatigue, adrenal fatigue

Adrenal Insufficiency: How To Prevent ‘Burn Out’

Do you feel like you're running on empty most of the time? Rushing about trying to get 101 things done, but actually achieving very little in the process? If so, you need to be car...

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