Here Are 10 Signs Your Body Has Excess Estrogen

Estrogen is what makes us women, it’s what makes us feminine, it’s what gives us the figure we have and the facial and body properties that determine that we are women.

Life would be boring without estrogen – and too violent, to be fair, because testosterone – the opposite hormone of estrogen – is going to drive everyone full of adrenaline and masculinity.

But there is too much estrogen and as we know by know, nothing is good if it’s in too big quantities. And you might not even realize that you have extra estrogen running through your body until you learn how to recognize the signs.

So here we have some of the most obvious signs that your body has extra estrogen and that you’ll need to do something about it.

1. Your Breasts Are Swollen Or Tender

You know how your breasts get swollen, tender and painful just before you get your period? Well, that’s because of estrogen, but if they’re constantly like that, then it’s not right, nor expected.

2. You’re Gaining Weight

There’s a reason why mostly women are struggling with losing weight – and that’s estrogen – it’s responsible for weight gains, especially sudden ones, so be careful for that.

3. Your Period Is Irregular

If your hormones are off, your period will be off too.

4. You Have Mood Swings

Mood swings are typical for estrogen dominance.

5. Your Period Is Heavier Than Usual

Extremely heavy flow means too much estrogen.

6. You Get Frequent Headaches

Frequent headaches can be a sign of high estrogen.

7. Your Sex Drive Is Lower Than Usual

High estrogen levels = low sex drive.

8. Your Hair Is Falling Out

If your hair is fine and it’s shedding, look into this issue.

9. Your Hands And Feet Are Always Cold

Poor circulation is often connected to a high estrogen level.

10. You’re Having Trouble Sleeping

If your hormones are not working properly, you might have troubles sleeping.

5 Foods To Help Balance Your Estrogen Levels

1. Cruciferous Vegetables

Cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, bok choy, kale, spinach, and other leafy greens.

2. Rosemary

3. Isoflavones

Herbs such as Pueraria Montana, Trifolium pratense, and Pueraria lobata – as tea

4. Flaxseed

5. Activated Folic Acid

It’s found in the same dark leafy greens that also contain healthy doses of indole-3-carbinol.

Sources:

www.medicalnewstoday.com

www.blog.daveasprey.com

www.hormone.org

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