I was asked just what is hormone balancing and why is it important to my health.
1. Hormones are the chemicals messaging system your body uses to communicate with all of your organs and between organs, including your brain.
2. Hormones “tell your cells” what to do. This means hormones are responsible for cellular function. Without hormones, cells act inappropriate and die.
3. Hormones are responsible for DNA transcription. This means that the DNA in the nucleus needs to be copied and given to the cell so it can make what the piece of copied DNA shows to do.
4. Hormones coordinate organ to organ functioning. This means that as a hormone affects one organ, it has also an effect on other organs as well.
5. Hormones are responsible for how much the cell grows and what the cell grows into.
6. Hormones are responsible for repair to cells and their DNA.
7. Hormones are responsible for how you look.
8. Hormones are responsible for how you think.
9. Hormones are responsible for how your memory works.
10. Hormones are responsible for how your body uses energy.
11. Hormones are responsible for how your body stores energy.
12. Hormones are responsible for how your mood and how you feel.
As you can see, hormones play a very large role in how your body works, grows, looks, feels, remembers, adapts, fights off infection, repairs and fight off cancer. Hormones even play a large roll in the health of your cardiovascular system.
Hormones have a very specific balance that has very tight ratios between hormones. This is known science and is not new. So why is this not a normal part of traditional medicine? Well, every chemical you come in contact with and every medication you take has a negative affect on your body and is reflected in upsetting the balance of your hormones.
This is why there are so many diseases and health problems that have a direct connection to hormones.
In the winter time when we have less exposure to sun light, the production of the hormone Vit D declines and has negative effects with other vulnerable hormone systems.
You can simply request a free consultation to ask the Doctor questions about your concerns.
Dr Bob Hollett, BSN, RN, BS in human biology, DC