PCOS: All You Need to Know to Fight it

PCOS is something that every women needs to be aware of. The reason why is simple, it is becoming more and more common each day. From young girls to elderly ladies, everyone can be a victim of PCOS. Studies show that one out of every 10 women is suffering from this condition and the numbers continue to go up each year.

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Role of The Pituitary and Common Disorders

 

Called the master gland of the endocrine system, the pituitary gland is responsible for many integral functions of the body, including the control of growth hormone,  sex hormones, body temperature, and balance etc. This pea-sized gland  can malfunction and lead to many symptoms and disorders.

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Pituitary Gland and Hormonal Disorders

The pituitary gland is said to be the king or the master of all hormonal glands. When you look at the actual gland, it is the size of a pea, but its importance to the body is undeniable. It produces hormones that are responsible for various integral functions throughout the body. If the pituitary gland does not function optimally, it could lead to many dysfunctions in the body.

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Pregnancy Blues The Result of Hormonal Imbalance

You’re pregnant? Congratulations! It is meant to be the happiest and most exciting time of your life. A little human being is being formed inside you and just the idea of having them with you in the world must be something extraordinary. But what is this? Why do you feel like you are spiraling into a world of darkness?

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Psychological Effects of Hormonal Imbalance

Hormonal imbalance, anxiety, stress, and depression pretty much go hand in hand. One of the first few signs of hormonal imbalance is depression and excessive fatigue. You will be surprised by how many people there are who thought they were facing a mental breakdown, while in reality it was an imbalance of their hormones!

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Reasons Why Hashimoto’s Makes You Feel So Bad

You had been diagnosed with Hashimoto’s a while back. Your doctor started you in on the treatment and things seemed to stabilize somewhat. Yet, you still don’t really feel good or have that feeling of everything being ok inside. Is there something wrong with your treatment? Could it be psychological? Could you have been misdiagnosed?

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Most Common Signs of Adrenal Fatigue

Have you been feeling very tired lately? Is the exhaustion more than normal routine tiredness? If you have been experiencing food or salt cravings it could be adrenal fatigue. Not sure what that is? You are at the right place to find out.

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Postpartum Hair Loss: How to Get Over It

Congratulations, your little bundle of joy is finally here! Welcome to motherhood. You now know what it’s like to cluster feed the baby, hear a little human cry for no reason, change diapers after every two hours and be up till 4am at night just because the little one simply doesn’t realize it’s time to sleep.

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Adrenal Gland Hormone Guide

The adrenal glands are part of the endocrine system that are responsible for the production and secretion of various hormones that control many bodily functions. If something happens to the adrenal glands or there is some kind of disruption in the production of hormones, it can lead to many other symptoms felt elsewhere in the body.

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Understanding Fatty Liver Disease

You may not have heard of this condition if it hasn’t occurred to you or someone you know. Hence the reason why most people are surprised that there exists something called fatty liver disease. What needs to be understood is that, if the condition is left untreated for too long, it can lead to liver failure and even death in worst case scenarios. This is the reason why you need to be aware about it, particularly if you are a habitual or heavy drinker.

Here is all the information you need about what fatty liver disease is, how it occurs, what are its signs and symptoms, and what you can do to avoid it.

Basics of Fatty Liver Disease

All organs contain some amount of fat in them to provide protection and meet the basic needs. But if excessive fat accumulates, it can lead to various kinds of diseases. In the case of the liver, if the fat deposit is more than 5% to 10% of the liver’s weight, then you may be suffering from fatty liver disease. 

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