Hormone Balancing

Our hormones control every aspect of our life, just like our immune system. Hormone balance is dynamic, meaning hormones are turned on and off depending on the milieu, energy levels, and stress levels. Hormones are in constant flux and there is cross talk between the immune system and the endocrine system. In times of low energy state, or blood sugar dysregulation, or stressful environment, hormone balance will reflect a fight or flight pattern, rather than a homeostatic one that optimizes bone, muscle and sex organ development. Hormones must be balanced to achieve optimal peace, harmony and health.

Did you know that some clinicians, like myself, consider your muscle tissue to be your largest endocrine gland? Did you also know that your abdominal fat, your spare tire, is also a cytokine spewing angry inflamed endocrine gland? Your sex hormones are part of a pathway that manages blood sugar, salt balance, calcium balance, blood pressure balance. If there is stress, your hormones will prioritize the stressful hormones that increases cortisol, blood sugar, blood pressure, heart rate and down regulates the anabolic or tissue restoring hormones like sex hormones, myokines, and growth hormones. This can lead to maturational defects, infertility, fatigue, poor sleep, muscle wasting, thyroid disease, menstruation problems, obesity, diabetes, cancer and many other chronic health conditions.

Hormones must be balanced. Your metabolism of hormones must also be properly established before considering taking extra hormones. First, you should maximize and optimize your own production and then, and only then, consider taking carefully monitored hormones ensuring that your personal levels are optimal and that you metabolize these hormones so that you are not creating more problems than you are solving.

Dr. Cocke believes that one dose does not fit all and hormones must be tailored to symptoms , risk factors and metabolism. Your levels should be measured and followed to make sure you are safely metabolizing them and have optimal, protective and safe levels. Improperly balanced hormones can lead to Endocrine Dysfunction, Osteoporosis, Obesity, Diabetes, Acne, Cognitive Defects, Emotional Instability, Mood Disorders, Sleep Apnea, Infertility, Chronic Fatigue, Dementia or Cancer.

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