Hormone Health

Hormone His & HersHormone health is of utmost importance. Hormones are one of the two main ways in which the body communicates with itself.

And, this applies to MEN too!

In fact, men are proving to be deficient in Progesterone and Testosterone, whilst levels of Oestrogen, amongst men, are on the rise.

Women are also struggling to maintain their female hormones, whilst also keeping their androgen hormones, like Testosterone, in check.

Know all of this already…? There’s three essential oil based products that will help everyone to balance their hormones listed at the end of this article… Simply scroll down now to see them.

Male & Female Hormone Health

The overt consequences of hormone imbalances in men and women are all too apparent.

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most common endocrine abnormality in women of reproductive age, and its prevalence is estimated to be 4–8% in studies performed in Greece, Spain and the USA.[,] The prevalence of PCOS is increasing the world over and is showing a galloping increase in parallel with the rising prevalence of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM).

NCBI

*The way in which we now test for PCOS has changed, which may account for some of the increases in the statistical data relating to this unfortunate hormonal problem.

Did you know that Progesterone in men is a precursor for Testosterone? This means that Progesterone levels are helping men to fend off Oestrogens, and the emasculating signs of feminisation that some men have given way to, by simply possessing enough Progesterone.

But, Xenoestrogens are practically on a vertical rise, and the consequences are all too evident:

New research finds that more men have suboptimal testosterone levels than previously known, and it may be putting these men at risk.

A male’s total testosterone level may be linked to more than just sexual health and muscle mass preservation, a new study finds. Low amounts of the hormone could also be associated with chronic disease, even among men 40 years of age and younger.

Deep dive hormone issues in the cutting-edge Hormone Health Series in the Wild As The Wind blog. Findings are based on all the latest research, which turns conventional wisdom on it’s head… and offers solutions to all of our hormone challenges

Hormone Health Part One :: How men and women are becoming dangerously hormonally challenged.

Hormone Health Part Two :: Challenges to our Thyroid and the incredible importance of gut health for our hormone health.

Hormone Health Part Three :: Vitamin D is an hormone! And, Vitamin D with Vitamin K2 are vital for our hormonal health…And, yes, we are hopelessly deficient in both!

Hormone Health Part Four :: Hormone Health & Mental Health… the massive connection between the gut, our hormones and our mental health… a way out of the mental health prison!

Hormone Health Part Five :: Endocrine disrupting synthetic oestrogens, weight gain and skin health…

Xenoestrogens Harm Hormone Health

Xenoestrogens are synthetic Oestrogens found in plastics and fire retardants etc, which means that our homes, schools and work places are utterly awash with them.

Have you had a plastic clad microwave meal in the last week? Well, if you have, you will have consumed plenty of Xenoestrogens!

Whilst excessive Oestrogens are really bad news for both men and women, (the risk of cancer increases dramatically for everyone, for example), the existence of Xenoestrogens is so much worse than the natural variety!

Xenoestrogens lock onto cell receptor sites, refusing to ever let go, which means naturally created hormones, produced by the body to transmit messages, have fewer and fewer sites onto which to dock.

This means our natural hormones are unable to deliver their information. And, the ultimate upshot of this is that vital processes in the body are then not initiated.

Dysfunction becomes systemic.

*Hormone Detox by Wild As The Wind forces Xenoestrogens to detach from receptor sites. It is suitable for both men and women.

Infertility On The Rise

Perhaps the most revealing symptom of global hormone problems is increasing infertility.

Infertility, the key marker of our hormonal issues, which affects both men and women, continues to rise exponentially…

The topic has become the mainstay of dystopian science fiction. Our world is afflicted by widespread infertility and childless civilisations are left hovering on the brink of collapse. Children of Men and The Handmaid’s Tale provide perfect examples of these unsettling narratives.

Yet the scenarios outlined in these books and dramatisations may be less fanciful than is first supposed. Indeed, reaction to a study of male infertility, published last week, suggests we may already be hurtling towards such a fate.

According to scientists at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, sperm counts among men in the west have more than halved in the past 40 years and are currently falling by an average of 1.4% a year. Humanity could soon become extinct, it was claimed by some commentators.

The Guardian

Hormone Health Is Critical

Neurotransmitters are the other way in which the body communicates. This means hormones and neurotransmitters are both vitally important for the normal functioning of the body.

When Neurotransmitters, like Serotonin, are deficient, psychological disorders run riot…

Healthy Serotonin levels are vital for our mental health. Deficiencies result in depressive disorders.

Data obtained by the Guardian shows that one in six people in England were prescribed antidepressants in 2017

Also, according to the Guardian…

NHS prescribed record number of antidepressants last year

The above is the headline of a recent article which exposes the very dramatic increases in the number of prescriptions for antidepressants.

Prescriptions for 64.7m items of antidepressants – an all-time high – were dispensed in England in 2016, the most recent annual data from NHS Digital showed. That was 3.7m more than the 61m items dispensed during 2015.

It also represents a massive 108.5% increase on the 31m antidepressants which pharmacies dispensed in 2006.

Guardian

In the same article it stated…

Leading doctors defended the sharp increase in the use of drugs which have been accused of fostering dependency in some patients, their potential side-effects and not always relieving symptoms.

*It is noted that figures for 2017 – 2018 show reductions in antidepressant usage, although, 1.6 million users were introduced to these synthetic drugs. I personally believe this is due to long term users realising the drugs they have been taking are not helpful. Plus, I believe people are wising up to the egregious financial exploitation of our health services, as well as ourselves, and are beginning to question whether drug therapies are all they are made out to be…

Hormone Health & Neurotransmitter Health

Hormone health and Neurotransmitter health equal the health of our internal communication systems.

Dysfunctions on either side will spell disaster.

What Do We Do For Hormone Health?

De-stressing and remaining active are vital for normal Hormone Health… but they don’t deal with the issue of Xenoestrogens preventing natural hormones from accessing cell receptor sites from delivering their messages.

Hormone Detox forces Xenoestrogens to evacuate cell receptor sites.

Hormone Balance is an hormone balancing serum for women of all ages. It is suitable for anyone over the age of fourteen.

Hormone His & Hers, as the name suggests, is also helpful for addressing male hormone issues as well as female hormonal problems. It is more expensive owing to an increased number of costly ingredients.

Hormone Health Series

Check out our cutting edge series of articles and videos on Hormone Health in the Wild As The Wind Blog.

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