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Ladies, let’s be honest here: who here has a love / hate relationship with their hormones and trying to balance them? They seem to rule everything about us, from our skin all the way down to our gut. We can’t live with them and we can’t live without them and they are always fluctuating! So the question is: can we really achieve hormonal balance?

Hormone Balancing: Is it really possible to achieve naturally?

I have been battling with wacky, unbalanced hormones since puberty. Who hasn’t? Over the years I have discovered that so much of what I am trying to resolve with my body is related to unbalanced hormones.

For example, for years I avoided gluten, soy, dairy, and eggs because I was certain that when I ate them, I had digestion issues. But then I got pregnant with my daughter and all of my digestion issues ceased. For 9 blissful months I was able to eat anything I wanted with no ill effects. It was crazy. But as soon as I had my daughter and nursing started to ramp down, my hormone issues (and my crazy digestion problems) returned. Something about being pregnant caused my hormones to be more balanced. More like they needed to be so that my body could function properly.

Here is another example. I was put on the pill at the age of 12 because I used to have such heavy periods that I would hemorrhage! I spent years dealing with migraines and irritability from those birth control hormones and they likely contributed to many more issues than I realize. Fast forward 20 years and I finally figured out that a great solution to heavy periods is actually the moon cup, which collects your menstrual flow in a natural way that retains your body’s natural ebb and flow. It resolved my issues with heavy periods in 3 months! But I digress…

I wanted to learn more. I went to various acupuncturists and tried all kinds of herbs. Some helped a bit but most did not. And yet I kept searching and learning. I have realized that our hormones are constantly changing depending on so many factors. One solution may work for a short time but will likely need to be adjusted at different times of the month, as we age, and as we have more children.

Embrace Your Imbalances: Learn to Listen to Your Body

So what did I do? I learned to listen very closely to my body. Because all of our bodies are different and require different solutions. I keep an eye out for any changes, both emotional and physical, and I always try to learn new remedies for them. Want to learn about different remedies and how to listen to your body and achieve hormone balance? I am hosting a fabulous Public event on Hormone Balancing on August 18th from 8:00-9:00 pm CDT, and you’re all invited!

In this event, I will share my own testimonials about how I was able to stop my hormonal acne and digestive issues! Please come ready to hear other testimonials for balancing hormones related to:

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  • Irritability
  • Depression
  • Endometriois / Heavy flow
  • Infertility
  • Lack of libido
  • Perimenopause / menopause
  • Cystic, hormonal acne
  • Thyroid/adrenal issues
  • Hormonal Headaches
  • Fast or slow bowels due to hormonal shifts
  • PMS

Did I mention that this event on Hormone Balancing is completely FREE? Yes, it’s all free and all online! You can tune in to this event from your very own home, ask for testimonials and even share your own so that you can serve others in their journey to find their own hormonal balance.

Meet Your Hosts!

I will be hosting along with these other AMAZING women who know how to listen to their bodies too:

Click here to join this FREE event about Hormone Balancing on August 18th!

Please PIN this event here!

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5 Responses to Hormone Balancing: Is it possible to achieve naturally?

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