Hormonal Imbalance In Women Due to Stress And How to Overcome It

It can be easily said that most of us are experiencing a heightened level of worry and anxiety because of the overall COVID-19 pandemic around the world resulting in hormonal imbalance in women. The need for quarantine, financial worry, collective grief, and fear of the unknown can all lead to nail-biting and sleepless nights. Of course, feeling stress right now is inevitable, but people can mitigate its effects on the overall minds and bodies.

The endocrine system in the human body is what controls the overall response to this sort of stress and worry. But when the endocrine system does not work properly, one may have to face many health conditions, such as Cushing’s syndrome, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, hormonal imbalance, or diabetes. If that’s the case, it’s extra important that you manage your stress levels. The endocrine system is made up of several glands and is responsible for the production of hormones, many of which send important ‘messages’ through the bloodstream of the human body. These messages tell the body to regulate processes like breathing, water balance, blood pressure, metabolism, and much more. One of the most important hormones that are produced would be cortisol. It has been nicknamed the ‘stress hormone,’ because it controls the overall stress response in the human body. Evolutionarily, cortisol (along with its sidekick adrenaline) is released as a response to stress. It is thought to have protected or helped human beings kick into defensive "fight or flight” mode when a threat was sensed. This makes the heart race and keeps us from being able to sleep properly. Although the stressors and environments have changed over time, the stress response remains.

Today, cortisol levels generally go up and down, usually lowering at night before sleep. When people are stressed, cortisol is released as a way of adapting and responding to that stress, but too much cortisol in the blood, on the other hand, is the problem. There is no doubt that people are all going to experience some level of stress as one watches how COVID-19 force us to make some major changes to our everyday lives. This stress response is especially strong for people who’ve been through trauma or are genetically susceptible to overactive stress responses.

Renowned health coach Vidhi Beri will help you to maintain hormonal balance in women through proper diet and health regime. So read on-

Various hormone imbalance treatment

Eating a sufficient amount of proteins with every course of the meal

As per the renowned health coach Vidhi Beri, consuming a sufficient amount of protein is very important for overcoming various female hormone imbalances.

The fiber, protein and iron found in lentils and beans in addition to other food such as millets, micro food, and super green make these dietary staple food a great choice for especially for all health-conscious people. They make a great protein source for vegetarian and vegan diets and can be added to almost any meal to pack a bigger, nutrient-dense punch. Fiber ensures that the digestive system stays on track and helps to regulate blood sugar and blood pressure level as suggested by renowned Holistic Health Coach Vidhi Beri, who provides the best health and nutrition information.

In addition, protein tends to have a significant influence on the release of the various hormones that tend to control appetite and food intake by the human body.

Avoid consuming sugar and refined carbohydrates

Sugar and refined carbohydrates have said to be connected to lots of health-related issues.

As per the renowned health coach Vidhi Beri, one should try and avoid or reduce the consumption of sugar and refined carbohydrates as much as possible. It is said to be useful in reducing the overall hormone imbalance symptoms during stressful covid times and optimizing the functions of hormones in addition to reducing obesity, diabetes, and other diseases. According to recent official research, an increase in the consumption of fructose can lead to an increase in the level of insulin resistance. This happens mainly in people who are overweight or obese or people who have prediabetes or diabetes.

Fruits and berries

Fruits and Berries such as Apples, Avocados, Bananas, Blueberries, Oranges are loaded with vitamin B6 and vitamin C, in addition to fibres and numerous antioxidants and minerals that help to overcome the hormonal imbalance. They are very filling and make the perfect snack if you find yourself hungry between meals. Focusing on alkaline foods like lemon, millets can bring your body into line and boost immunity – you may find you get fewer colds, improved energy, and a faster metabolism. Increasing the alkaline levels in your body can also lead to a more balanced system.

Getting a good amount of quality sleep daily

Getting a good amount of sleep at night is very important for maintaining proper health in addition to proper diet and physical exercise.

Poor sleep leads to a lot of hormonal imbalance such as insulin, cortisol, leptin, ghrelin, and the growth hormone.

A human brain requires at least seven to eight hours of quality sleep in order to go through all the five stages of the sleep cycle. This is necessary for the release of the growth hormone, which happens mainly in the night time.

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