Restore & Maintain Optimal Level of Hormonal Balance
Many of the bodies most vital functions depend on the endocrine system, which consists of cells, glands and that secrete hormones or chemical messengers into the bloodstream.
Hormones are the body’s internal chemical messengers and they carry information that influences almost all of the body’s cells and tissues. Most hormones in the body are controlled by a feedback mechanism, which is very similar to a thermostat in a central heating system. When a gland is working too hard, the nervous system switches that hormone system off, when the body needs that gland to speed up the nervous system turns on the switch again. The word hormone comes from the Greek hormaein, meaning to excite or urge on.
Hormones control your metabolism, growth, tissue function, sleep and mood. There are many different signs that the hormones in your body may be out of balance. Some might include Hot flashes and night sweats, Weight gain, Insomnia, Fatigue, Low Libido, PMS, Mood swings, Depression, Anxiety, Irritability, Incontinence, Headaches, Memory Lapse, Lack of focus, Sugar craving and an Irregular heartbeat.
Hormonal imbalance can be the result of either too much or too little glandular activity. Spinal nerve interference -and its resulting decrease in function may be a significant cause of endocrine dysfunction. By removing nerve interference from the spine, and restoring the central nervous system, the body’s ability to restore and maintain its own optimum level of hormonal balance improves tremendously – which in turn allows the body to recover from a wide variety of different health conditions.