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A struggle for many Americans is weight. Many doctors have little knowledge regarding hormones and their relevance to weight gain. Often times the doctors choose to rely on blood tests, which can be helpful, as long as the doctor knows how to properly interpret the results. Aside from blood testing, more priority should be put into checking a person’s hormone balance.
The body is controlled by hormones. This directly relates to weight gain and weight loss and these problems can be managed better after acquiring a better knowledge of hormone balance.

There are many people out there who work so hard to decrease their body weight. They test and try diet after diet, exercise, yet the weight remains. This can be frustrating and discouraging, but there is hope. In a situation like this, a person can be well-assured that they are suffering from a hormone issue. There can be problems with the following hormones; insulin, estrogen, thyroid, and cortisol.

A struggle for many Americans is weight. Many doctors have little knowledge regarding hormones and their relevance to weight gain. Often times the doctors choose to rely on blood tests, which can be helpful, as long as the doctor knows how to properly interpret the results. Aside from blood testing, more priority should be put into checking a person’s hormone balance. The thyroid controls metabolism and a low thyroid puts on fat throughout the body. This is an important hormone to check when dealing with weight related issues.

Estrogen – One of the least favorite hormones due to the fact that estrogen is a lipogenic (fat causing) hormone. This hormone typically puts fat around the thighs, hips and buttocks. A woman’s worst nightmare. When someone has an insulin imbalance there weight can begin to fluctuate. Insulin has a tendency to create fat because if a person’s insulin level is high, the extra sugar gets stored and this stored sugar turns into fat.

Cortisol is a hormone that gets released when under stress. This hormone is often times another cause for weight problems. Cortisols responds to stress and by doing so, by responding to stress, it raises sugar levels.

The main culprit for weight gain is adrenaline. This “fight or flight” hormone is released when the body senses danger. The body releases adrenaline primarily to raise sugar levels for the brain. The body wants the brain to constantly have enough fuel, and if for some reason the brain is running low, don’t underestimate the amount of sugar that can and will be produced. When a person is lying in bed at night, tossing and turning, getting up at 3:00am to use the restroom, and grinding teeth, this is a result of excess adrenaline.

Seeking a healthcare professional to inform a person on techniques or medication to control their hormone balance can change everything.

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