Hormonal Imbalance

Hormones are important for wellbeing of one’s life. Very often when women are in a bad mood, usually hormone levels fluctuate, and can affect mood, sexual desire, fertility and ovulation.  Means, the imbalance of hormones may impact negatively on how reproductive system responds. Every month, the female hormones estrogen and progesterone are produced. When estrogen and progesterone levels do not balance, this may have an effect on the health. The gonadotropin-releasing hormone, also affects the functioning of the hypothalamus that in turn affects the pituitary gland, which then affects the ovaries, fallopian tubes and uterus. The imbalance of estrogen hormones can also cause menopause and all the symptoms associated with it. These hormones are influenced by certain factors such as nutrition, diet, lifestyle, exercise, stress, emotions, age and ovulation. If imbalance, a diet that is low in fat and high in fiber should be taken.
Often the symptoms of Hormonal Imbalance changes in menstruation; Acne, Basal body temperature, Oily skin, Excessive hair growth, Fatigue, Dizziness, Allergy symptoms, Anxiety, Low sex drive, Headaches, Weight gain, Depression, Endometriosis, Water retention, Premenstrual syndrome (PMS), Urinary tract infections (UTI’s).
Common condition that can lead to female infertility are linked to hormonal imbalance include:
Eating disorders ~ While hormonal changes do not cause eating disorders, an imbalance in hormones can occur in severe eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia. When an eating disorder occurs, the reproductive hormones that include estrogen and dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) are low while the stress hormones are high. In addition, the thyroid and growth hormones are also considerably affected.
Glandular problems ~ Primary glands such as the hypothalamus, thyroid and pituitary glands are responsible for the production of reproductive hormones. They send signals during reproductive processes that cause various levels of hormone production. When hormonal abnormalities occur in these glands, fertility problems in women may occur. A wide range of underlying conditions such as weight changes, stress, medication, birth control pills and medical disorders such as hypothyroidism and tumors may affect the primary glands.
Ovulation disorders ~ these types of disorders are caused by high levels of androgen’s (male sex hormones) or projecting. Androgen levels promote the male sex characteristics and are responsible for the development of pubic hair and sex drive (libido).
Poly cystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) ~ This condition is caused by abnormally high levels of male hormone, which in turn results in high levels of luteinizing hormones as well as low levels of follicle stimulating hormones (FSH).
Abnormal cervical mucus ~ Irregularities related to cervical mucus include mucus that is too thick to allow sperm penetration even during ovulation or insufficient cervical mucus production in the cervical glands.
Premature menopause ~ Premature menopause is also known as premature ovarian failure. It occurs when women under the age of 40 lack hormones required for ovulation and menstruation as a result of a depleted supply of eggs.
Thyroid problems ~ Thyroid problems may be caused when too much thyroid hormone (hyperthyroidism) or too little (hypothyroidism), interrupts cycles.
SuJok Onnuri Acupuncture which itself is a powerful medicine that aides to prevent diseases, control pain and increase both the ability to work as well as quality of the people lives.  It has also helped many people who were not successfully treated through conventional western medicine.  Several conditions can be dramatically improved or remedied in full including such type of hormonal imbalance. The beauty of acupuncture is that each treatment is catered to the needs of an individual patient. The energy concept of treatment is only in the miniature form of hands or feet’s specifically scientifically chosen for the overall wellbeing with the goal of increasing circulation of blood and vital energy. The modalities from the simplest to complex ones are self-sufficient for coping with such problems and obtaining a stable remission of even chronic incurable diseases.
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Body fluids

Body fluid is formed from the food and drink after its digestion and absorption by the organs Spleen and Stomach.  The distribution and excretion of the body fluid mainly rely on the spleens function of transportation, the lungs function of dispersing and descending and regulating water passages, and the kidney’s function of controlling urination and separating the clear and the turbid. Of the three organs, the kidney is the most important for this purpose, 
after food enters the stomach, and the vital energy of food essence and water is transmitted to the spleen, which spreads it to the lung.  Then, the lung regulates the water passages and transmits the energy of water to the bladder below.  The vital energy of water then spreads in four directions and travels along the meridians pathways.  In addition, fluids sent downwards from the stomach continue to be absorbed by the small and large intestines.  A part of the fluid, after passing through the spleen, lung and sanjiao is excreted from the skin and hair as sweat.  Another part of the fluid is sent downwards to the bladder via the waterways of the sanjiao, and excreted from the body as urine, with the assistance of the vital energy of the kidney and bladder.  When the body fluid reaches the skin and hair on the exterior and penetrates in the interior, thus nourishing all the tissues and organs throughout the body.
The formation, distribution and excretion of the body fluid are a process resulting from the coördinated activities of the lung, spleen, and kidney. Any pathological changes in these organs may so affect the formation, distribution and excretion of body fluid.  If there is insufficient formation or excessive loss, means the body fluids may be damaged or consumed.  A disturbance in distribution of body fluid may lead to its accumulation, resulting in retained fluid and edema or the formation of phlegm.  If body fluids invade by the heart by retained water produces palpitations, retention of fluids in lung results in cough with asthmatic breathing, and dryness of the intestines leads to constipation.
In common, body fluids includes; urine, vomit, vaginal secretion, tears, sweat, semen’s, sebum, saliva, mucus, gastric juice, cerebrospinal fluid, breast milk, bile.
BUT, Acupuncture Onnuri SuJok itself is such a powerful tool through which one can overcome the problems related to body fluids in an exceptionally effective way.  One must opt for the treatment concept through this to have positive effectiveness.  The beauty of the acupuncture is that each treatment is catered to the needs of an individual.  Acupuncture’s energy concept on the palm will be chosen for the overall well-being with the aim of increasing circulation of the blood and vital energy.  Even, some may see the results within few sessions of acupuncture.
smile notion; http://onnurimedicine.meDr.Dinesh kapur
To your wellbeing, smile life! Enjoy.