3 (types of) hormones that may be making you miserable – and natural ways to fix it

30 Dec 2020

This may surprise you but poor sleep, constant tiredness, irritability, increased hunger, decreased libido, and weight gain are not just a normal part of being an adult or growing older. They may actually be signs of a hormonal imbalance.

Depending on which of your hormones are out of whack, you may be struggling with numerous different symptoms, all of which can make your life miserable.

Read on to find out if you, too, have fallen victim to a hormonal imbalance and learn everything you can to fix it. Starting with this fun fact on how hormones wreak havoc on your body...

Did you know you're ingesting a credit card's worth of plastics every week?

That's right. The latest study1 by the University of Newcastle, Australia, revealed that we're ingesting an average of 5 grams of microplastics every single week.

Shocked? With good reason.

Apart from the fact that eating plastics doesn't sound too appealing, it is also hugely detrimental to your health.

Okay, but what does this have to do with hormones, you may ask.

Here's the thing. Microplastics contain thousands of harmful chemicals which can act as endocrine disruptors. In other words, they can mess with your hormones and cause hormonal imbalance. But what exactly does that mean?

Before we dive into that, let's start with the basics.

1 Senathirajah, Kala, and Thava Palanisami. “How Much Microplastics Are We Ingesting?: Estimation of the Mass of Microplastics Ingested.” [online] The University of Newcastle, Australia, The University of Newcastle, Australia, 11 June 2019.


Table of contents

1. Hormones – and why they control your life
2. Hormonal imbalance - a silent epidemic
3. The modern lifestyle is taking a toll on our health
4. The good news is – there’s much you can do to fix it
4.1 Cortisol
Glandline AdrenaLux – your strongest ally against stress
4.2 Thyroid hormones
Glandline ThyroLux – powerful natural aid for a sluggish thyroid
4.3 Oestrogen
4.3.1 Excess of oestrogen
Glandline EstroLux – natural hormonal detox that helps reduce oestrogen levels
4.3.2 (Peri)menopausal drop in oestrogen
Glandline M-Pause – natural menopause supplement


1. Hormones – and why they control your life

Hormones

Hormones are chemical messengers that coordinate and control complex processes in your body, including growth and development, metabolism, fertility, mood and emotions.

They’re the ones that dictate when it’s time to burn fat or accumulate it, relax or switch to fight-or-flight mode, start or stop menstruating, feel good or bad, clear-headed or foggy.

They're made by endocrine glands and released into the bloodstream to deliver information to target cells and organs in the body. They basically tell your body what to do, enabling it to react to internal and external changes to maintain balance and thus good health.

The problem is that they’re easily thrown off balance. And that’s when the trouble starts.

2. Hormonal imbalance - a silent epidemic

Hormonal imbalance affects millions of people across the globe. As much as 85% of women experience symptoms at some point in their lives2. And it's not just women that it affects either – men can show signs as well.

Some of the most common hormones to cause imbalances in both men and women are cortisol – also known as the stress hormone, oestrogen – one of the most well-known sex hormones, and thyroid hormones.

Since the symptoms partly depend on the type of hormonal imbalance, not everyone struggles with the same problems. To top it all off, a lot of them are so common that you can easily attribute them to getting older, working too hard or having too much on your mind.

2 Fugate Woods, Nancy, and Ellen Sullivan Mitchel. “Symptoms during the Perimenopause: Prevalence, Severity, Trajectory, and Significance in Women's Lives.” The American Journal of Medicine, U.S. National Library of Medicine, 19 Dec. 2005, pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16414323/.

Common signs of a hormonal imbalance include:

  • tiredness or fatigue
  • weight gain
  • sleep problems
  • decreased libido
  • memory or focus problems
  • mood swings
  • digestion problems

Sounds familiar? You’re not alone.

Here’s the thing…

3. The modern lifestyle is taking a toll on our health

Our environment is overburdened with toxins, a lot of which act as endocrine disruptors – they behave as our endogenous hormones and end up disrupting their delicate balance. Throw a hectic lifestyle into the mix, and you’ve got yourself the perfect recipe for a hormonal imbalance.

That’s right. Hormone-related disorders are on the rise mostly due to factors as basic as:

  • air pollution
  • industrially produced and processed foods, which are rich in pesticides and other additives but lack important nutrients that are necessary for the detoxification and normal function of your body
  • poisonous chemicals in personal care, beauty and cleaning products, clothes, cigarettes and alcohol
  • lack of physical activity
  • lack of sleep
  • constant, everyday stress (increased cortisol affects other hormones as well)

In other words, just living in today’s world makes this almost impossible to avoid.

And the consequences can be devastating. Not only can you find yourself feeling trapped in a body you no longer recognise, but it can also get worse. A WHO report3 suggests exposure to endocrine disruptors is linked to obesity and several other serious conditions.

3“State of the Science of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals - 2012.” WHO/UNEP, 2013.

4. The good news is – there’s much you can do to fix it

But to do that right, you first have to establish which of your hormones is (or are) to blame.

4.1 Cortisol

Cortisol is the main stress hormone that gets released when you’re faced with emotionally or physically stressful situations. These include arguments with your partner or family, conflicts with your boss, being late to work, having an excessive workload, not getting enough sleep, skipping meals, injuries, and the like.

Its main job is to prepare the body for the so-called fight-or-flight response – a response to an event that is perceived as a threat. To this end, cortisol raises your blood sugar levels, ensuring that enough energy is readily available for an immediate reaction.

Now here’s where it gets tricky.

While short-term stress makes you more effective and better equipped to overcome challenges, the long-term flight-or-fight response is highly detrimental to your health. As it constantly keeps you in a state of high alert, it can overwhelm the body and eventually lead to exhaustion.

Stress

People with chronically increased levels of the stress hormone cortisol often struggle with:

  • weight gain, especially in the stomach area
  • tiredness or fatigue, usually in combination with poor sleep (“being tired but wired”)
  • decreased libido
  • increased tension and mood swings
  • muscle aches or pains
  • higher susceptibility to infections
  • sudden food cravings and excessive thirst
  • irregular periods & fertility problems

What can you do to improve your cortisol balance?

You may not like this but making some lifestyle changes is key to lowering your cortisol levels. Here's how you can start:

  • Make an effort to have a balanced diet. Eat less sugar and processed foods, and choose seasonal and organic produce instead. Treat yourself to some dark chocolate, healthy fats (omega 3s), bananas and pears – they have all been linked to low cortisol levels. As were black and green tea.
  • Help your digestion with a combination of probiotics (yoghurt, sauerkraut and kimchi should do nicely) and prebiotic foods (high-fibre foods are very beneficial – try oats, pears, strawberries, apples, bananas, broccoli and legumes).
  • Drink a lot of water. Staying hydrated helps decrease cortisol.
  • Try to establish healthy sleep habits with a consistent sleep schedule and more than 7 hours of good-quality sleep a night.
  • Learn to decompress. Try yoga, meditation or deep breathing exercises, treat yourself to a massage or just listen to some music.
  • Exercise – just don’t overdo it. Research says mild or moderate exercise decreases cortisol at night. We know you’re busy but try to find 30 minutes a day for yourself – you won’t regret it.

For best results, we recommend complementing your healthy diet and lifestyle with AdrenaLux –natural and hormone-free adrenal support with scientifically proven stress-reducing effects.

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It’s powered by ginseng and the strongest ashwagandha extract on the market (Sensoril®) which is 4x more potent than those you can find in regular ashwagandha products.

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Studies confirm that the main active ingredient in AdrenaLux, the most potent ashwagandha extract on the market (Sensoril®), can help get your cortisol levels under control and:

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        • reduce your perceived overall stress by up to 62.2%* in 60 days (and by up to 39.5%* in 30 days already!)
        • improve your ability to sleep by up to 67%*
        • ease your mental burden & help achieve 2x* better focus
        • significantly improve reaction time in only 2 weeks*

To top it all off, AdrenaLux relieves other main symptoms of stress, including forgetfulness, irritability, fatigue and perspiration.

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4.2 Thyroid hormones

Thyroid hormones are produced by the thyroid gland – a small, butterfly-shaped gland in your neck that controls the metabolism of every single cell in your body. To be specific, the thyroid is in charge of how effectively your cells convert nutrients into energy.

As vital as that makes it, we rarely give it a second thought. Yet here’s a shocker…

Did you know that up to 20% of adults have thyroid-related problems?4 And most are completely unaware of it. Statistics show women are up to 8x more likely to experience them, and the prevalence only increases with age.

Most thyroid-related problems arise due to a sluggish thyroid. A sluggish thyroid doesn’t produce enough thyroid hormones, which means your metabolism slows down – and so do all of your body’s functions including digestion, fat-burning, heat production and regeneration, to name a few.

4 Kim, Ye An, and Young Joo Park. “Prevalence and Risk Factors of Subclinical Thyroid Disease.” Endocrinology and Metabolism (Seoul, Korea), Korean Endocrine Society, Mar. 2014, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3970282/.

Thyroid

People with a sluggish thyroid often struggle with:

  • constant tiredness or exhaustion
  • feeling cold, especially in your hands and feet
  • excessive weight gain
  • increased appetite, especially for comfort foods
  • brain fog
  • constipation and slow digestion
  • brittle hair and dry skin
  • muscle aches, cramps and weakness
  • irregular or heavy periods in women

What can you do to improve your thyroid balance?

Relief

A sluggish thyroid5 can be improved with some proper lifestyle changes and natural remedies. And your diet can go a long way towards fixing it. As does stress management.

  • For better results, we recommend complementing your healthy diet and lifestyle with ThyroLux – natural thyroid support for optimal thyroid function and effective symptom relief. Try to eat a healthy and balanced diet with lots of leafy greens and healthy fats (omega 3s).
  • Say goodbye to sugar and processed foods, as they can lead to inflammation which can only worsen your symptoms. Choose seasonal and organic produce instead.
  • Add foods rich in selenium, such as brazil nuts, fish, brown rice or sunflower seeds. Selenium acts as an antioxidant that helps protects the thyroid gland. It's also essential for the production of thyroid hormones.
  • Help your digestion with some probiotics. Aside from supplement forms, you can find them in fermented food and drinks including kombucha, kefir and yoghurt.
  • Get your stress levels under control. Stress is one of your thyroid’s worst enemies since it stimulates the production of cortisol, which leads to thyroid slowdown. If you’re not sure how to go about it, check the suggestions on how to lower your cortisol levels in the cortisol section above.

5One important thing to note is that when talking about sluggish thyroid, what we have in mind is a mild imbalance that causes you substantial yet avoidable problems – and not the medical condition of hypothyroidism. If you’ve been diagnosed with the latter, you should follow your doctor’s orders.

Glandline ThyroLux – powerful natural aid for a sluggish thyroid

Thyrolux

ThyroLux is a plant-based and hormone-free thyroid support designed to help redress your thyroid balance and promote optimal thyroid function.

Its 4-in-1 action not only helps get your thyroid hormones in balance but also facilitates weight loss, improves focus and strengthens your hair & skin.

By supporting your thyroid function, ThyroLux speeds up your metabolism, which also results in an increase in energy levels, and improved digestion.

Strong synergistic action for maximum effect

ThyroLux brings a powerful mix of 10 of the most popular ingredients for optimal thyroid function.

  • L-tyrosine and iodine: the 2 basic building blocks of thyroid hormones that contribute to normal thyroid function
  • holy basil and schisandra: 2 strong adaptogens that increase your resilience to stress, decreasing its effect on the thyroid
  • guggul: the thyroid-stimulating miracle plant that contributes to a healthy balance of thyroid hormones and supports iodine absorption
  • magnesium, selenium, zinc, copper and manganese: 5 minerals that additionally boost your thyroid function

Have we mentioned it’s also completely hormone-free? All it takes is just 2 capsules a day.

Jozica loved the effect ThyroLux had on her body

Jozica Thryolux

“I gained as much as 15 kilos due to thyroid problems! I felt extremely unwell, was often nervous, and had problems with trembling hands and insomnia. My blood tests revealed my thyroid wasn’t functioning properly. I was given medicine, which did not help with the problems completely.”

Looking for a solution to additionally support her well-being, she came across ThyroLux.

“After only a month and a half, my well-being improved significantly, and my weight began to decrease. With regular use of ThyroLux, I practically don't have any problems today.

I’d recommend it to anyone who has thyroid and uncontrolled weight gain problems, feels unwell and nervous, suffers from insomnia and often feels tired.”

Disclaimer: Jozica used the previous version of the product which has since been upgraded for an even better effect.

4.3 Oestrogen

Oestrogen plays many roles in the body, starting with reproductive and sexual development when you reach puberty. As higher amounts of oestrogen are usually present in biologically female bodies, it’s not surprising that it’s typically called the female sex hormone. Yet the male body makes it as well, and an imbalance can affect women and men alike.

Oestrogen levels fluctuate throughout your life, largely depending on factors like age, stress, menstruation, pregnancy, menopause, medications and the environment. Having too much or too little of it can lead to a range of health problems.

4.3.1 EXCESS OF OESTROGEN

The fact is that we live in a world where toxins are almost impossible to avoid. What’s more, a lot of those toxins fall into the category of xenoestrogens – a group of endocrine disruptors with oestrogen-like effects. As our environment is overburdened with them, we often turn out to be, too. The condition where there is an excess of oestrogen in your body is commonly called oestrogen dominance.

Oestrogen dominance

Symptoms of oestrogen dominance include:

  • fatigue, depression and mood swings
  • weight gain and bloating
  • loss of musclemass in men
  • decreasedsex drive
  • fertility issues in women
  • prostate problems in men
  • visceral (abdominal)obesity and enlarged breast tissue in men
  • accumulation of fat around the hips and buttocks in women
  • cellulite

What can you do to improve it?

The first thing you can do is try to avoid the sources of xenoestrogens – and make a few adjustments to your lifestyle.

  • Pay attention to the products you use daily. Make sure you opt for glass bottles (instead of the plastic ones), paraben-free health & beauty products, and natural and organic cleaning products.
  • Support your digestion. Good digestion helps with toxin elimination (xenoestrogens included), which is why it’s key to hormonal balance. Probiotic foods, such as yogurt, sauerkraut or kimchi, go a long way towards that.
  • Drink your water. Staying hydrated helps flush out toxins as well.
  • Eat a low-fat and high-fibre diet. High-fibre foods (prebiotics), in particular, have a beneficial effect on oestrogen excretion – try oats, pears, strawberries, apples, bananas, broccoli and legumes, for instance.
  • Make sure you get regular exercise and try to lose excess body fat. Fat cells make oestrogen as well, so reducing body fat can help decrease your oestrogen levels.
  • Eat lots of fresh and organic fruits and veggies, and avoid unhealthy foods and drinks, including processed foods, sugar, alcohol, white bread, and too much coffee.

For better results, we recommend complementing your diet and lifestyle with EstroLux – a natural, hormone-free and soy-free product with 3-in-1 oestrogen-reducing action. It contains a combination of top-quality ingredients extracted from the best natural sources which can help balance your oestrogen levels and restore hormonal balance.

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EstroLux is a plant-based and hormone-free supplement designed to help redress oestrogen balance in a natural way.

It boasts a 3-in-1 action formula that helps block, deactivate and expel oestrogen.

Thanks to a powerful combination of rosemary, chlorella and activated broccoli extracts, it also supports liver health (crucial for oestrogen neutralisation) and detoxification.

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EstroLux helps take care of oestrogen in 3 simple steps.

  • It BLOCKS oestrogen: by preventing it from binding to target cells
  • It DEACTIVATES it: by supporting normal function of the liver, the main organ responsible for filtering excess oestrogen out of the body
  • It ELIMINATES it: by supporting digestive health; good digestion helps expel oestrogen, preventing it from reabsorbing into the body.

oestrogen

Tanya is extremely satisfied with her results

Tanja

“I was under a lot of stress because I was starting my own business. I simply didn’t have time to look after myself. I felt sluggish and began noticing more and more fat deposits around my waist, on my hips and abdomen. I eventually discovered that hormones were to blame.”

She came across EstroLux and decided to try it out – with amazing results.

“After only 2 months of using it, I noticed major changes. My fat deposits have decreased, my metabolism got much faster and my digestion is great. I feel full of energy and like a completely new person. Despite the stress and lack of time, I feel great!”

Disclaimer: Tanya used the previous version of the product which has since been upgraded for an even better effect.

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4.3.2 (PERI)MENOPAUSAL DROP IN OESTROGEN

Did you know that around 85% of women experience symptoms or (peri)menopause?6

In menopause and perimenopause (a state of transition that can last up to 10 years), women experience a significant imbalance in their sex hormone levels, especially oestrogen. Here’s why.

In women, the ovaries produce most of oestrogen. With age, its production slowly but surely drops, which can result in severe and even debilitating symptoms that interfere with their lives. The most shocking part is that they can appear as early as in your 30s!

6 Fugate Woods, Nancy, and Ellen Sullivan Mitchel. “Symptoms during the Perimenopause: Prevalence, Severity, Trajectory, and Significance in Women's Lives.” The American Journal of Medicine, U.S. National Library of Medicine, 19 Dec. 2005, pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16414323/.

Women in (peri)menopause often struggle with:

  • hot flashes
  • night sweats
  • sleep problems including insomnia
  • mood swings
  • increased appetite
  • weight gain, especially in the stomach area
  • vaginal dryness
  • loss of libido

What can you do to improve it?

Studies reveal that diet, physical activity and lifestyle, in general, can reduce the symptoms and their severity. So a rule of thumb would be to lead as healthy a lifestyle as possible.

  • Eat lots of fruit and veggies, and avoid refined sugar (carbs included!) and processed foods. Aside from being beneficial to your overall health, these practices have been linked with keeping your bones healthy and preventing weight gain.
  • Make sure to include foods rich in calcium (think turnip greens, broccoli, legumes and dairy) and combine them with vitamin D (few foods contain the natural form of vitamin D, so sun exposure and supplements may be best) and ideally also K2 (most Western diets are K2-deficient; a good source is the traditional Japanese dish Natto, and very limited amounts are found in cheese and butter, so supplementation is recommended) to prevent bone loss. Add some healthy omega-3 fats as well – some studies say they can help with hot flashes.
  • Make high-protein foods a regular part of your diet. This can inhibit lean muscle loss, help with your weight-loss efforts, and improve both your mood and sleep. Plant protein was linked to an even higher reduction in the risk of hip fracture than dairy. Legumes may just be key here.
  • Avoid caffeine, alcohol, and sugary and spicy foods. Also known as trigger foods, these can (you’ve guessed it) trigger hot flashes, night sweats and mood swings. Absolute no-nos!
  • Don’t skip meals. This can lead to the worsening of some symptoms, and even negatively affect your weight loss efforts.
  • Drink your water. This can help with weight loss and even reduce dryness. Aim for 8–12 glasses a day.
  • Do your exercise. Try walking a few kilometres a day, low-impact aerobics, dancing, weight-lifting or tennis. It can improve your sleep, help with feeling tense, reduce fatigue and improve your mood – not to mention inhibit weight gain.
  • If you smoke – consider stopping. Smoking has been linked to reduced bone density, too.

For better results, we recommend complementing your diet and lifestyle with M-Pause natural menopause supplement that greatly reduces (peri)menopausal symptoms with just 1 capsule a day.

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Powered by the clinically tested patented hop extract Lifenol® and red clover extract, it:

  • reduces night sweats by 2x*
  • reduces hot flashes by 4x*
  • helps prevent weight gain and facilitates weight loss
  • promotes good sleep

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Reduce (peri)menopausal symptoms with just 1 capsule a day

M-Pause contains a mix of top-quality ingredients that reduce menopausal symptoms, providing much-needed relief  to women in (peri)menopause.Studies show the hop extract Lifenol® alone can reduce hot flashes by 4x* and night sweats by 2x*!

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But there's more.

It can also greatly reduce the distressing signs women experience on a daily basis, including irritability, sleep problems, headaches, weight gain, mood swings, concentration problems and low energy levels. In fact, its super-strong action helped users achieve 2x* fewer perimenopausal and menopausal symptoms after just 6 weeks!

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Valentina almost forgot she was going through menopause

Valentina M-Pause“At the age of 51, I began to experience the first symptoms of menopause: hot flashes, headaches, high blood pressure, trouble sleeping, fatigue and sometimes anxiety.”

M-Pause helped her get her life back to normal.

“I noticed the results after only 3 days. My hot flashes started to diminish, and after 10 days of consumption, they disappeared completely! Gradually, other symptoms disappeared too, and after 3 weeks of using the product, I almost forgot that I was going through menopause.

"Now I have deep and restful sleep and barely any headaches. I warmly recommend the product to every menopausal woman who struggles with similar symptoms.

Disclaimer: Valentina used the previous version of the product which has since been upgraded for an even better effect.

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