Normal hormone production has a profound effect on your general health. So if your body experiences any changes in hormone levels, you might suffer from lots of less-than-pleasant symptoms starting with dry or itchy skin, fatigue, and mood swings and ending with PMS, weight gain, brain fog, and migraines. Fortunately, you can improve your hormonal health by introducing some new habits into your ordinary lifestyle.
10. IMPROVE BLOOD CIRCULATION IN YOUR PELVIS.
Efficient pelvic circulation is essential for keeping your hormones in balance. So if your period begins or ends with a lot of dark-brown blood or if your lower belly feels cold when you touch it, your pelvis probably needs some help. In this case, try to do self-massage or apply a compress of hot tea made with fresh ginger on this area.
9. EAT MORE EGGS.
To optimize your hormone health, it is recommended to consume at least 20-30 grams of protein per meal. And among all high-protein foods, eggs are considered to be the most nutritious ones. Eating them on a daily basis may help you lower your levels of insulin and ghrelin, the hormone that makes you feel hungry. Eggs will also help you boost your metabolism and lose weight more quickly.