Whether you understand the mechanism of your body or not, you would still know that your body produces a specific amount of hormones that help us stay healthy, both physically and emotionally.
Well, that’s basically all that you need to know in order to understand that it is necessary to have a balanced hormone production to maintain good overall health.
Now let’s dig deeper into this: it is normal for your body to go through a few changes that will affect your hormone levels, especially when you are PMSing or during menopause, which leads to a few symptoms. To name a few, you may experience fatigue, mood swings, migraines, brain fog, weight gain, hot flashes, and dry skin.
Luckily, there are a few good habits you can adopt to improve your hormonal health, and they are fun to do as well. Both your brain and body will be thankful!