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Feeling Sick? It Could Be Your Hormones.

Posted by Dr. Kris Wusterhausen on December 31, 2020

When you start to feel under the weather, chances are, you immediately blame the flu, a cold, or a sinus infection. You take immune-boosting supplements, get extra sleep, and even start a round of antibiotics. Then, several weeks pass, and you feel just as worn down as you did before.

What if it’s something far more dangerous? What if your hormones are making you sick?

Hormonal imbalances can affect everything from your mental health to your sexual health.


The tell-tell signs of a hormonal imbalance are easily confused with symptoms of other more temporary illnesses, such as a viral or bacterial infection. Because of this, many people may suffer from hormonal irregularities and not even realize it.


Unfortunately, if left untreated, imbalanced hormones can have serious consequences. Although hormones are something we often don’t think about, they are not something to be taken lightly.


How Hormones Can Make You Feel Sick

Hormones function as chemical messengers in your body. They are responsible for hundreds of crucial tasks, including your metabolism, digestion, muscle growth, reproduction, and more. They are produced in your endocrine system and are necessary for every system of the body.

For this reason, if your hormones are imbalanced, you may experience symptoms throughout your entire body. Symptoms may include:

  • Lack of energy

  • Dry, brittle hair and skin

  • Constantly feeling cold

  • Hot flashes

  • Constipation

  • And more

Many health conditions can contribute to hormonal imbalances. Diabetes, hyper- and hypothyroidism, adrenal insufficiency, and Cushing syndrome are a few
common causes. Other factors, such as stress or medication, can also throw hormones out of balance.

The Hidden Danger Of Hormonal Imbalances

If you suffer from hormonal imbalance, you are at risk for developing other severe, chronic, and even life-threatening conditions. Because they trigger weight gain, imbalanced hormones can increase your risk of obesity. This, in turn, can heighten your risk of serious side effects such as stroke, osteoporosis, anxiety, reproductive problems, or cancer.

When imbalanced, hormones can also tax your adrenal glands, leading to adrenal fatigue. Adrenal fatigue slows down your cells’ natural healing process, impairs digestion, slows mental function, and slows your metabolism. It can also cause insomnia, which can also cause problems further down the line.

Feel Like Yourself Again With Hormone Replacement Therapy

father-sonA hormonal imbalance can make you feel worn out, exhausted, and stressed. It can make everyday tasks feel impossible. Fortunately, it isn’t something you have to live with.

The most effective treatment for hormonal irregularities is hormone replacement therapy. This comes in several forms, including topical creams, injections, supplements, and pellets.

A few benefits you’ll experience with hormone therapy include:

  • Increased mental focus and clarity

  • Rejuvenated sexual health and libido

  • Improved energy and momentum

  • Boosted metabolism and weight loss

  • Clearer, brighter stronger skin

  • An improved overall sense of wellbeing

At The Resurge Clinic, we specialize in bio-identical pellet therapy, a revolutionary hormone replacement treatment containing hormones identical to the ones produced by your body. The pellets are the size of a grain of rice and have helped men and women achieve a balanced life.

If you think imbalanced hormones may be making you feel sick, schedule a free consultation with our skilled medical professionals today. We’ll provide you with a customized treatment plan so you can turn back time and feel like yourself again.


Topics: Men’s Health, Hormone Replacement Therapy, Women’s Health