The role of the hormones is essential in numerous processes that occur in the body, as they affect our mood, respiration, movement, tissue function, digestion, metabolism, stress, and growth.

Therefore, hormonal imbalances can cause serious symptoms, like bloating, weight gain, fatigue, anxiety, etc. They might be a result of stress, genetics, poor diets, insulin injections, birth control pills, various medications, and environmental pollutants.

These are the most common symptoms of hormonal imbalances:

  • Weight gain
  • Hair loss
  • Fatigue
  • Puffy eyes
  • Depression
  • Low libido
  • Low energy levels
  • Night sweats
  • Mood swings
  • Headaches
  • Skin issues
  • Memory fog
  • Appetite changes
  • Sleep issues
  • Irregular periods
  • Brittle hair and nails

However, you can effectively treat these imbalances with the help of natural herbs, and the following are the best you can take:

Epimedium

This herb has been found to be effective in the treatment of irregular periods in women, as well as sexual dysfunction. It contains a  flavonoid, known as icariin, which has a relaxing effect on smooth muscle tissue. It mimics the hormone testosterone and boosts sexual performance.

Ashwagandha

This herb is a powerful natural adaptogen that threats thyroid disorders, hormonal imbalances, improves mood, fights anxiety and depression, lowers stress, and treats and prevents Graves and Hashimoto Disease.

Maca

Maca has been used as a natural remedy for low libido, fertility and endurance issues for centuries. It stimulates the hormone production in the body and supplies the needed hormone amounts. It stimulates the proper function of the pituitary and hypothalamus gland and can serve as a natural Viagra.

American ginseng

This herb offers a milder action in comparison to the Chinese ginseng. It supports the hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis, and restores the hormonal balance, without overstimulating the endocrine system. Moreover, it boosts the immune system, lowers stress, and boosts the sexual drive and performance.

Red Raspberry Leaf

These leaves are loaded with minerals and vitamins, especially vitamin C, that boosts the uterine, and soothes menstrual pain, boosts fertility, and prevents miscarriage, heavy blood flow, and hemorrhage.

It also boosts the production of breast milk, soothes pain during labor, and treats nausea.

Oatstraw

This herb soothes the body and the central nervous system, regulates the hormone-producing glands, boosts the nerves, improves mood, and stimulates blood flow.

It is a rich source of magnesium, bio-available silica, and calcium, and regulates cholesterol levels, and boosts the health of the skin, hair, and nails.

Chaste Tree Berry

Chaste tree berry regulates the function of the pituitary gland and all other smaller body glands. This herb is a powerful natural remedy for the treatment of endometriosis, infertility, hormonal imbalances, menopausal symptoms, and prevents miscarriage in the first trimester.

Astragalus

This herb is commonly used in the Chinese medicine, as it treats asthma, heart disease, liver issues, and upper respiratory infections. A compound it contains, cycloastragenol, activates the enzyme telomerase that protects the DNA of cells during cell division.

It also regulates blood sugar and blood pressure levels and regulates the secretion of insulin in the body.

Milk Thistle

This potent herb restores the hormonal balance in the body and detoxifies the liver. In case you suffer from a hormonal imbalance, try to treat it naturally with these herbs prior to turning to medications.

Moreover, start exercising regularly, lower stress, boost the intake of omega-3’s, sleep well, and eat healthy foods.

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The role of the hormones is essential in numerous processes that occur in the body, as they affect our mood, respiration, movement, tissue function, digestion, metabolism, stress, and growth. Therefore, hormonal imbalances can cause serious symptoms, like bloating, weight gain, fatigue, anxiety, etc. They might be a result of stress,...