What Causes Hormone Imbalance?


What Causes Hormone Imbalance?

Whether it is infertility, depression, weight gain, or a variety of other health challenges, the root of most conditions is hormone imbalance. Hormones enable different parts of the body to communicate and control most major bodily functions, from basic needs like hunger, to complex systems like reproduction. Adrenal glands are located on top of each kidney and synthesize both stress and sex hormones. Some of the hormones include epinephrine, norepinephrine, cortisol, estrogen, and testosterone. Dopamine and serotonin are other chemical messengers that play a role in balancing hormones as well. Did you know the food we eat and environmental chemicals we are exposed to can alter your hormone function? Or did you know some chemicals can actually mimic hormones in the body leading to potentially dangerous health conditions?

I am here to help you find the root cause to all health conditions!

Dr. Dady helps the body heal from the inside out, whether through chiropractic or nutritional means of supplementation and/or detoxification. This is done using a multi-disciplined approach of holistic medicine, chiropractic, restorative endocrinology, massage, and organic whole-food nutrition Dr. Dady handles each patient with an optimistic and holistic approach. She assesses patient symptoms to develop a clear-cut care plan and get to the cause of the problem. “Treating symptoms is just putting a band-aid on the problem. I will uncover the actual reason they are having these symptoms.

Dr. Laurie Dady

What’s the Plan?

Our goal with this experience is to discuss in detail some natural approaches to rebalancing the body’s hormones via diet, exercise, and stress relief. We will share some tips for a hormone healthy exercise routine, some stress releasing methods, as well as some dietary advice including hormone healthy foods and recipes to get you started. Here are some things you need to know: 1 – Both men AND women need estrogens and testosterone. 2 – Yes, estrogens is plural, because there’s more than one. 3 – Most hormone testing is woefully incomplete. 4 – Imbalanced hormones affect individuals uniquely and can be a major contributing factor to a number of common health conditions. 5 – Hormones are deeply connected to emotions and behavior in both men AND women. Chronic health conditions are at an all-time high. Divorce rates are skyrocketing. Something needs to change and

If you are looking for answers we have them.

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