While each gender has its own unique set of symptoms that occur with a hormonal imbalance, they share the following 12 in common.
Our bodies are coursing with hormones, and those hormones are responsible for some of the most essential functions in the body, including puberty, sleep, stress levels, mood, sex drive, weight, appetite, and more. However, certain seemingly innocent habits can wreak havoc on your hormones and those vital physical and mental functions.
A woman’s hormones impact a whole variety of factors — from mood to energy and from skin to hair. That’s why unexpected health issues, even if they seem somewhat trivial, can often signal that a woman’s hormones are out of whack.
A new report from the Food and Drug Administration questions the supposed benefits of taking testosterone-boosting drugs. However, the report also notes that these drugs may not be as dangerous as previously suggested. Testosterone therapy drugs have been on the market since the 1950s, though most patients receiving the treatment at that time were diagnosed […]
A new study of roughly 2,200 people has revealed that men, women, and children exposed to common household chemicals are more likely to have lower levels of testosterone. Testosterone may be the main sex hormone in men, but it plays an important role in the physical growth and strength of both sexes. Specifically, testosterone is […]
Testosterone hormone in women is emitted from the ovaries and adrenal glands, with levels of the hormone naturally increasing during puberty and pregnancy and decreasing with age and the onset of menopause. However, a sudden drop in testosterone can affect a woman’s libido, energy levels, and mood. Here are 10 common signs of low testosterone in women.