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  • Writer's pictureSabrina Renee

Bringing Harmony to Your Hormones

Updated: Apr 1, 2019

Women shouldn't have to feel alone.

Estrogen dominance.

Many of us have heard the term before but don't really know what it is.

The fact that the word 'dominance' is in there indicates an imbalance.

To put things very simply, it's when there is more estrogen in our body than progesterone and we feel angry and agitated.

Like....reeeeealllly agitated.

Angry. Hostile. Bitchy.

Maybe even a bit like we want to explode inside.

Sound familiar?

I was diagnosed with estrogen dominance officially and finally had some real reasons why I was feeling the way I was feeling.

I felt like I was losing my mind! ...and my body.

What the HELL was happening to ME??????

But estrogen dominance doesn't just stop at "bitchy".

Many women in their early 30's and 40's find that they experience many of the following symptoms, ranging from mild to severe.

  • Decreased SEX drive

  • Water retention (bloating)

  • Swollen and/or tender breasts

  • Irregular or abnormal menstrual cycles

  • Hair loss

  • Thyroid dysfunction

  • Restless sleeping or insomnia

  • PMS

  • Fatigue

  • Feeling like you're in a fog

  • Memory loss

  • Sluggish metabolism

  • Cold hands or feet (related to thyroid dysfunction)

  • Headaches

  • Fibrocystic breasts

  • Weight gain, particularly around the mid-section and hips

  • Mood swings (including anxiety and depression)

Women deserve some sort of battle medallion! Because the struggle is real here, ladies!

I think sometimes we laugh it off and think it's sort of "normal" to feel this way.

But the truth is, estrogen dominance isn't normal.

It's an imbalance in the body that can lead to a variety of ailments.

  • Allergies

  • Autoimmune disorders

  • Breast cancer

  • Uterine cancer

  • Ovarian cysts

  • An increase in blood clotting

  • Infertility

  • Aging

If you are in your 30's and 40's and have ANY

of these symptoms, is this new information for you?

>>>>>>>Are you aware that there is help available to assist you with getting your body back in balance so you can begin to look and FEEL your very best?

There IS! I'm doing it! Has it been an easy road? Absolutely not!

But it's a road well worth traveling!

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