You’re breaking out—again. While those sudden zits could be caused by one too many nights of going to bed without washing your face, they may be indicative of something more. Adult acne or cystic acne around the lower half of your face could suggest a high level of testosterone. Stabilizing your hormone levels will help to clear up your skin.
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Unless it’s unusually warm in your bedroom, waking up feeling overheated and sweaty could be the result of lower estrogen levels and infrequent ovulation — AKA perimenopause. Perimenopause can occur up to 10 years before you’re even near the age of menopause. So unless you’re having major menstrual issues before age 40, there’s a good chance your phantom sweating could actually be early menopause. mylife MATURE+ can help
Does it feel like you vacillate between periods of being high strung and completely exhausted? We have the stress hormone cortisol to blame for that. Chronic stress results in high cortisol levels, which then cause what the three F’s: fat, frazzled and frumpy. Fluctuating cortisol levels tax your adrenals and put you on a roller coaster ride of feeling wound up but exhausted at the same time. And when your adrenals have had enough? They quit. You feel lethargic, heavy, foggy and maybe even a little depressed.
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We may be hard-wired to need chocolate, but if you find yourself ravenous on a consistent basis, your hormones could be to blame. Hormonal imbalances can cause those intense urges for sugar or make you reach for salty snacks. Your hormones also run the show when it comes to your metabolism. Stubborn excess weight that just won’t go away — no matter how many spin classes you’re doing — is often rooted in hormonal imbalance that causes fat storage, especially around the midsection. Finding hormonal harmony and adopting the right lifestyle and dietary habits can help you solve this matter. mylife MATURE can help