Hormonal Wellness Program

Hormones play a key role in our overall health and well-being. If our hormones are out of balance, then we are out of balance. Our hormones will fluctuate throughout our life and can be affected by many factors, such as:

Environmental (External) Factors
‘Xeno’ is the Greek word for ‘foreign’. This is precisely what these chemicals (xenoestrogens) are to the body. Xenoestrogens mimic the effect of hormones, attaching themselves to oestrogen receptors and interfering with normal hormone signaling, therefore creating imbalance.

Xenoestrogens are man-made chemicals present in many substances, ranging from household cleaning products to plastics and even pollution. Fresh produce also contains hidden pesticides and herbicides. 

If you are a hairdresser, painter, cleaner, acrylic nail technician, dentist working with chemicals such as mercury and fluoride, or a farmer or gardener who regularly sprays crops and plants, then you may have high exposure to xenoestrogens.

Additional external factors, that may impact our hormones, include a diet high in processed foods and sugars, excessive alcohol intake, antibiotic therapy, smoking, and stress.

Internal Factors
Hereditary (genetic) disease and genetic predisposition, or susceptibility, play a significant role in hormone imbalance. One example of this is hypothyroidism, whereby an underactive thyroid gland does not make enough thyroid hormone. This hormone deficiency may cause symptoms such as fatigue, weight gain, a tendency to feel cold, dry skin, and brittle hair and nails.

Hormone Imbalance in Women
For women, hormone imbalance may cause symptoms such as acne, problematic periods and dysmenorrhea (menstrual cramps), endometriosis, fibroids, menopause, PMS, polycystic ovaries, abnormal hair growth, and loss of libido.

Hormone Imbalance in Men
For men, hormone imbalance may cause symptoms such as hair loss, weight gain, gynecomastia (swelling of the breast tissue), muscle loss, erectile dysfunction, low libido, and urinary problems.

We have a number of in-house diagnostic tools we use to assess the state of your well-being and why you are having your hormonal issues:

  • Avatar Bio-Energetic Medicine
  • Iridology
  • Physical examination – BMI, Blood pressure, pulse reading, and more…

We also use outside diagnostic testing; (which test we use will depend on the information provided through our questionnaires)

  • Genetic testing
  • Functional pathology testing
  • Heavy metal and mineral testing using HTMA
  • Thyroid health
  • Microbiome testing
  • Food allergy testing
  • Hormone and adrenal saliva testing
  • Stool testing

What to do next

First, you will need to book an initial consultation with our Naturopath/Herbalist/Nutritionist so we can assess your health and decide which of our programs is best for you. This will be discussed after your health assessment has been completed.  

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