At the Maris Practice, we offer complementary therapies that can help reduce the symptoms associated with the hormonal imbalances that can affect women during their lives, in particular during puberty, menopause and when trying to conceive such as:
- Regulating menstrual cycles,
- Reducing premenstrual syndrome (PMS) symptoms such as mood swings, cramps, and headaches.
- Improving fertility,
- Relieving menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, and mood swings,
- Balancing thyroid hormones.
Additionally challenges occurring during pregnancy and post-partum can be helped by a number of complementary treatments – find out more here.
Hormones during the teenage years
Hormone imbalances can affect teenagers just as they can affect adults. During puberty, the body goes through a significant amount of hormonal changes as it prepares for adulthood. These changes can sometimes result in imbalances that can cause a variety of symptoms, including irregular periods, mood swings, acne, weight gain, PMS, sleep disruption and more. Hormone balancing in teenagers can be assisted through a variety of complementary therapies and our practitioners can discuss options with yourselves to find the best fit. It’s important to remember that hormone balancing is a process and may require patience and consistency. By adopting healthy habits and seeking professional advice when necessary, teenagers can support their hormonal health and overall well-being.
Women’s health and hormone balancing
Hormone balancing is an important aspect of women’s health. Hormones are chemical messengers that regulate many of the body’s processes, including reproductive function, mood, metabolism, and energy levels. Hormonal imbalances can occur for many reasons, including stress, diet, medication, medical conditions and aging. These imbalances can lead to a variety of symptoms, including irregular periods, mood swings, weight gain, fatigue, and more.