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Depression and Anxiety
May Be Caused by
Hormone Imbalance


Have You Been Feeling “Down” or Anxious?


The extended “down” feeling that characterizes depression is familiar to all of us because, at some point, we all experience it. Anxiety is another common experience, but for women who regularly suffer from depression and anxiety, they can become debilitating.

Depression and Anxiety Can Be Caused by Your Own Hormones

HORMONES ARE PRODUCED IN THE BODY AND AFFECT ALL MAJOR INTERNAL SYSTEMS!


There are three of these hormones, which affect depression:


  • Estrogen
  • Progesterone
  • Cortisol

Production slows down as you age, as early as your 30’s, often resulting in an imbalance.


 

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DEPRESSION


Depression commonly refers to feeling low and a lack of interest in doing anything, but the condition has other symptoms too:

  • Feeling tired or sad
  • Feelings of guilt or hopelessness
  • Fatigue
  • Loss of interest in favorite activities
  • Changes in appetite (either no desire to eat or overeating)
  • Weight change
  • Trouble concentrating.

Changes in sleep patterns of either not being able to sleep or sleeping too much can be symptomatic of depression.

ANXIETY


Anxiety seems very different, with its intense feelings, including worry and nervousness, but the overall effect can be very similar if it causes you to not want to go out and do anything, or not eat and sleep well.

Estrogen


Estrogen boosts serotonin, so it can help with sleeplessness and your overall feeling of well-being but only when properly balanced with progesterone.

Progesterone


Progesterone helps balance estrogen, promotes sleep and is cooling and calming.

The balance between estrogen and progesterone has been found to be EXTREMELY important in combating depression.


Are YOU Ready To Get The Balance That Helps To Combat Depression?

Are You Wondering, But What Can I Do…


 

There are several ways to start feeling better, whether you are on medication or not.


  • Daily exercise is very important for flushing out your system.
  • Yoga – in addition to the physical benefits, it has a mind-calming effect.
  • Getting at least eight hours (even if you aren’t sleeping well, you should have the time available for the nights you do sleep well).

Are You Suffering From Major Depression or Severe Anxiety?


It is important to discuss your feelings with your doctor to see if medical treatment options are necessary.

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