Sometime back, one if my clients Maria asked me, Dr. Disha…you talk so much about hormones and you presume that everyone knows what Hormones actually are. I did read about Hormones in school but I have kind of forgotten…I am sure many women didn’t even understand what Hormones are in the first place. How do they work and why are they so important? I appreciate your work and I am sorry if it’s a silly question. Said Maria.
Now this is such a great question.
It’s definitely not silly question as without having a basic understanding of Hormones, you can’t really understand the hormonal pattern of your menstrual cycle which is the foundation of SHETO METHOD. It really takes guts to ask this question and I appreciate you Maria.
So Maria,I want to answer your question today in this blog. And if you want to understand what Hormones are, I have included a small video that simply explains hormones .
Women’s bodies are so incredible as our Hormone’s are changing not just week to week but years to years and decades to decades.… and by understanding our hormones (and how they change over the course of our lives), we can really get a better handle on our life.
With just a basic understanding of hormones, we can take both preventative steps as well as curative steps – to keep our bodies healthy as well as our menstrual and reproductive health thriving.
So in today’s video I want to focus on 3 basic things…
- What is a Hormone
- How do Hormones work
- Interplay of Hormones in endocrine system.
Oh… and even if you feel ‘you already know this stuff’, I urge you to watch it anyway!
Everyone needs a Hormone refresher and I hope this video may help you or your teenage daughter to understand Hormone.
Let me start you with some hormone basics…
Once we’ve got this basic understanding, my next post will contain a video that is going to easily explain what hormones are involved in menstruation, what is really going on every 30 days, and the hormonal shifts that happen naturally as we age.
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