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The Connection Between Hormones and Brain Fog

Like all of your systems, your brain depends on the right balance of hormones in your body to be healthy and function at its best. When you are under stress, whether physical or emotional, your hormone levels suffer.

Hormone imbalance can leave your brain inflamed and lacking in some of the chemicals it needs to thrive, which can make you feel fatigued, foggy, anxious, and unable to focus.

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Natural Ways to Address Monthly Migraines

There can be lots of different causes of migraines that are tied to your cycle. And for women experiencing perimenopause in particular, high estrogen and low progesterone are common culprits. These fluctuating hormones can cause terrible migraines along with other nasty side effects like PMS symptoms, weight gain, mood swings, insomnia, and more.

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Top Ways to Support a Healthy Liver Quickly

The #1 root cause of hormone imbalance I see in women in their late thirties and beyond is a sluggish liver! This is because it slacks off on its duty of cycling out excess toxins and hormones, sending your body into a downward spiral of hormone dysfunction. Your liver’s main job is to filter out toxins and excrete them from your body. But guess what happens when hormonal levels are out of whack and your body begins throwing excess at the liver? It simply can’t keep up.

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Stop Inflaming Your Thyroid with These 4 Foods

“What should I eat now that I have this diagnosis?” This is a question I hear all the time, from people who are either dealing with hormone imbalances, thyroid disorders, or autoimmune diseases like Hashimoto’s. While there is no concrete answer to this question (and believe me, I wish there were!), I want to empower you to make the best choices you can make for your body and your health. Let me first say that food is a personal thing. What works for one person may not work for someone else. The best advice I can give is that you listen to your body. This involves finding what makes you feel good and getting rid of the things that don’t!

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