Hormone Dysregulation

[ hor-mown duhs-reh-gyuh-lay-shn ]

Hormone dysregulation refers to an imbalance or disruption in the normal functioning of hormones in the body. Hormones are chemical messengers that regulate various physiological processes, such as growth, metabolism, reproduction, mood, and sleep. When hormone levels or their interactions are disrupted, it can lead to a range of symptoms and health issues.

Hormone dysregulation can occur due to various factors, including genetic predisposition, hormonal disorders, certain medical conditions, lifestyle choices, stress, and environmental factors. It can affect both men and women of different age groups.

Symptoms of hormone dysregulation are:


Changes in weight


Memory loss

Hair loss

Dry skin

Temperature intolerance

Hormonal dysregulation can be treated with a combination of medications and lifestyle changes.