It's Not You, It's Your Hormones: The essential guide for women over 40 to fight fat, fatigue and hormone havoc
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Broadly, PMS is to do with a dominance of oestrogen, while polycystic ovaries are related to too much testosterone."
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Walking as a form of exercise is often snubbed by the fitness industry who try to persuade us to go big or go home! Unfortunately our reptile brain hasn’t caught up with our modern lifestyles, which is why now, more than ever before, we’re experiencing a rise in unbalanced hormones and the conditions it can cause, from fatigue and depression to infertility.Supplements aren’t designed to make up for an unhealthy diet or lifestyle, but adding in a few things to help during difficult periods can make a real difference. She and her team at Happy Hormones now help women all over the world to rebalance their hormones, reclaim their health and feel better than ever! It often boils down to a couple of obvious imbalances for younger women," Burns-Hill explains. "One is PMS (premenstrual syndrome), and the other is polycystic ovaries – though not necessarily the full blown polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) – just somewhere on that spectrum.
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This podcast is for you if you're struggling with 'unhappy' hormones! Whether you're pre, peri or post menopause, your hormones can be out of balance, and that can result in you feeling like you've lost control of how you look, feel, think and perform. As you know we run hormone and gut health tests to identify areas of imbalance there, but in terms of weight loss, we are seeing the most success lately with DNA testing.Alcohol can spike your oestrogen level to the power of three. And while a spike is temporary, if you keep drinking regularly then it’s having a long term impact on your residual levels," says Burns-Hill.
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Are you struggling to lose weight, despite doing all the right things? Firstly, don't beat yourself up. Midlife weight gain is very real, and it's not easy to shift. Our bodies are going through tough times.Heat therapy has been appreciated for centuries all over the world for its wellbeing benefits. Red light therapy on the other hand is relatively new. It uses the power of infrared energy without heat (or very low levels) to rejuvenate your cells at the mitochondrial level. Fortunately there are many ways to get the benefits of both heat and light therapy. Bauer Consumer Media Ltd, Company number 01176085; Bauer Radio Limited, Company number: 1394141; Registered office: Media House, Peterborough Business Park, Lynch Wood, Peterborough PE2 6EA and H Bauer Publishing, Company number: LP003328; Registered office: The Lantern, 75 Hampstead Road, London NW1 2PL Anything that helps move oestrogen through the body and break it down is good," Burns-Hill advises. "Cabbage, Brussel sprouts and spinach, all have something called indoles – they help your body break down oestrogen and process it to softer, safer oestrogens. And add a daily green smoothie to your diet." Supplements