Cum de a face cu simptome de progesteron scăzute

Progesteronul este un hormon în organism, care stimulează și reglează diferite funcții. Aici veți afla simptome de progesteron scăzut și cum să se ocupe cu ei.

Dacă sunteți suferă de oboseală, cicluri menstruale neregulate, probleme de piele, sau creștere în greutate, progesteron (sau lipsa acestora!) Pot fi de vina. In timp ce aceste simptome pot fi declanșate de alte cauze, cum ar fi scăzut de fier, hipotiroidism, vitamina D scazut, dezechilibru cortizol, pentru a numi doar câteva, progesteron ar putea fi cu siguranță de vină.

Ce este progesteron și ce face?

Progesteronul este un hormon anti-inflamator produs înainte de ovulație pentru a spori posibilitatea de a deveni gravide. Are un efect calmant, liniștitor, creste nivelul de serotonina din creier pentru femei, care ajuta la a face față cu depresie și insomnie.

Și, desigur, progesteron este vital pentru mentinerea unei sarcini sanatoase. Din păcate, deși, o mulțime de femei cu vârsta post-menopauză și copii suferă de un deficit de progesteron, care poate duce la multe probleme de sănătate, inclusiv infertilitate.

Sase simptome de progesteron scazut.

  1. Iregularitățile menstruației – cicluri lungi, cicluri neregulate, faza luteala scurt, un diagnostic de sindromul ovarelor polichistice, crampele menstruale, spotting mijlocul ciclului menstrual sau înainte de a începe dvs. flux perioadă completă.
  2. Infertilitatea – progesteron este unul dintre hormonii primari implicați în realizarea și menținerea unei sarcini sănătoase. Se pregătește mucoasa uterului pentru un embrion la implant.
  3. Acne, brittle nails, dry cracked skin – If you are suffering from adult onset acne, if your nails are cracking, splitting, peeling, or the skin of your heels and hands are cracking, you might be low in progesterone.  
  4. Depression, anxiety, mood swings – as we age, many women attribute a shift in estrogen for their mood symptoms. But actually after age 30, most of us experience a drop in progesterone and one of the first signs of this lowered level is a shift in mood.
  5. Low libido, fatigue, foggy thinking – Less than keen on sex? Feel like having an afternoon nap? Can’t remember names or words as well as you once did? Please ask your doctor to test your progesterone in your next check-up.
  6. Slow metabolism, weight gain around the midsection, sugar cravings – with the rise in diabetes all over North America, most people blame sugar and insulin for their metabolic dysfunctions. But as we age and progesterone drops, it sure can slow down our ability to burn fat.

How to deal with progesterone deficiency?

Progesterone pills can be prescribed by a doctor as a birth control or hormone balance treatment. Depending on the age of a woman, the symptoms, her body chemistry and the issues, the doctor will prescribe just the needed amount of progesterone to prevent overdose.

Make sure to tell your doctor about the medicines you take (if you do any), and other health conditions to avoid allergic reactions and unpleasant side effects. Like any other health condition, hormone imbalance is a serious issue and ought to be treated under strict medical supervision.

Increase your progesterone levels naturally.

Unlike other hormones, researchers have found that progesterone is optimally delivered to the body when applied through the skin as opposed to being administered orally.

Proferia is a safe, all-natural topical progesterone cream that can aid in restoring hormone balance and counter the effects of estrogen dominance.

Proferia contains a highly soluble wild yam extract as a base for its high absorption rate, as well as 500 mg of USP progesterone per ounce. It does not contain synthetic hormones, petroleum, lanolin, or other animal-derived ingredients.

Because of its many benefits, and particularly its ability to oppose the carcinogenic effects of estrogen, natural progesterone deserves far more attention and application than generally given in the prevention and care of women’s health problems today.

Application: Proferia should be applied once daily or as directed by your healthcare provider. Apply to areas where your skin is thin, such as the neck, breasts, inside the arms, etc. The amount needed will vary from individual to individual and dependent on the symptoms experienced, typically ¼ to ½ of a teaspoon daily.