Hormones imbalance symptoms

Hormone Imbalance Symptoms

Hormone imbalance symptoms and testosterone symptoms are signs of a serious problem your body has, and it requires immediate attention. When we talk about homeostasis (balance of internal body environment), hormones play a major role. Therefore it cannot be ignored, and if hormonal systems get disturbed, it can disturb the whole balance of the body. 

Testosterone is a hormone that performs many functions in our bodies like libido regulation, fat and mass distribution, and sperm production. One can imagine how much it would cost if something bad happens to testosterone levels. 

You might be curious to know what is the culprit that can lead to the hormone and testosterone symptoms and can cause so much disturbance and destruction of our systems. Right? Well, the name of that culprit is heavy metals. Heavy metals disrupt the systems slowly and gradually. Therefore, it is often difficult to catch and can cause huge damage in the long term. 

Now, let’s have a look at heavy metals and how they can cause many problems by affecting various systems and processes related to hormones. 

In addition, we will also see how removing the metals safely can help you restore your normal function by knocking out heavy metals. 

How heavy metals can cause hormone imbalance symptoms

Heavy metals affect many areas and processes of your body that are directly or indirectly related to your hormones. Remember, when it affects hormones, it will also inflict harm on those things that are somehow connected to those hormones. Let’s have a look at those different problems one by one. 

Estrogen dominance 

The accumulation of heavy metals disrupts the methylation and glutathione pathways that lead to the inability of your body to metabolize sex hormones. Moreover, your body is unable to get rid of toxic estrogen, which leads to estrogen dominance, causing many problems. 

Symptoms of estrogen dominance

  • Weight gain 
  • PMS 
  • Breast tenderness 
  • Heavy and painful periods 
  • Endometriosis
  • Fibroids
  • Acne
  • Bloating

Testosterone production 

One common misconception people have is that women do not need testosterone, and their bodies can function normally with just estrogen and progesterone. 

Well, it is not true, and women need certain levels of testosterone for different body functions like maintaining muscle mass, optimal brain functioning, and libido. 

Heavy metals disrupt these levels of testosterone which can then lead to numerous problems that are given below. 

  • Fatigue 
  • Difficulty in concentration  
  • Lack of motivation 
  • Difficulty in losing weight 
  • Low libido 
  • Difficulty in maintaining muscle mass 

Depletion of vital minerals 

Heavy metals are involved in the displacement of many vital minerals in your body, like calcium, zinc, and selenium. 

Calcium is important for our bones, and zinc and selenium are involved in the production of testosterone. 

Therefore, there is a connection between our testosterone levels and the levels of zinc and selenium in our bodies. When the level of zinc and selenium is low, the levels of testosterone will also fall. 

Insulin production 

The toxicity of heavy metals has a bad impact on the pancreas and its product called insulin. The abnormal production of insulin leads to the dysregulation of glucose levels in the blood, which can then lead to many issues like diabetes, hypoglycemia, and hyperglycemia. 

Children who have had a significant number of mercury-containing vaccines were found to have severely damaged pancreas. This type of condition is very risky because it puts them at a high risk of developing juvenile diabetes. 

Thyroid functioning

Heavy metals store themselves inside the fat cells, where they block the receptors that are reserved for the hormones. This blockage of receptor sites leads to less usage of the thyroid hormones and cause hormone imbalance symptoms. 

We have discussed above that heavy metals cause damage to the liver. And apart from detoxification, the liver also produces a hormone called T3, which is the active form of thyroid hormone. 

Now, when the liver is not able to produce T3 hormones, the thyroid gland cannot function properly. This abnormality can lead to a severe condition called Hashimoto’s disease. 

Cortisol production 

Heavy metals also affect the production of cortisol. Cortisol is also called the stress hormone, as it helps us to manage stress. 

Low production of cortisol leads to adrenal fatigue, and our body becomes unable to manage stress, which leads to the following hormone imbalance symptoms:

  • Low energy 
  • Fatigue 
  • Poor immunity 

How you could help your hormone imbalance symptoms 

You should consult your physician, ask for mineral testing and start detoxing if you suspect that your hormone and testosterone symptoms are due to heavy metal toxicity. 

Detoxification isn’t something you can take lightly or do overnight. This is a marathon race, not a sprint. The more toxins you have the slower and longer you’ll want to go. …

Heavy metals can destroy your health faster than you can say accelerated aging and memory loss. …

The body deals with a wide range of toxins on a daily basis. What it can’t process it stores away for another time.

Heavy metals are the driving force behind chronic sickness, fatigue, and pain. …

Detoxification is the process of removing harmful substances from the body. Detoxification is something your body does every second of every day. Over time, pathways used to eliminate toxins can become sluggish and less efficient. Fatigue sets in and brain fog becomes the new normal. The good news is, the body has six main detoxification pathways and each of these can be enhanced. The goal of this post is to show you how.

Doing most of the heavy lifting is the liver. But the kidneys, lungs, skin, lymphatic system and the digestive system also play an important role. …

Now that’s out of the way let’s jump straight into a detoxing with TRS.

The Detox

TRS removes toxins from our bodies very safely and efficiently. What a gift! It is not a cure for anything, except toxic overload. Excessive toxins have a domino effect on our heath, that’s obvious to many of us. It doesn’t tax any organs nor redistribute toxins.  TRS travels wherever water does- even passing the blood-brain barrier.  It’s safe for all ages, for nursing moms and pregnancy.

I thought I’d share what our German scientists and friends think of Clinoptilolite in terms of longevity and overall health. Based on their review, Clinoptilolite detoxification stops toxins from “interfering with the internal regulatory processes” of the body, which, in turn, allows the body to heal itself. 


Clinoptilolite… Used since thousands of years by men and even being part of instinctive activities in some animals it was more or less forgotten until the Chernobyl catastrophy led to intense research activities in order to protect the health of the people as good as possible. Clinoptilolite showed to be the best material to prevent the environment from further intoxication and it is even capable of depleting substances like radioactive Cesium out of the human body. Now a days there is a rising amount of publications with case reports and clinical studies showing that the “typical diseases of the elderly”, like e.g. diabetes, cancer, osteoporosis, some forms of brain damage can be slowed down or stopped in their progression, sometimes effectively treated by the use of clinoptilolite. By blocking toxic compounds from interfering with internal regulatory processes and the capability to deplete them from the human body it shows anti-aging effects e.g. on skin, liver, heart, brain, bones, wound healing, hair and overall endurance. Combined with the right diagnostics clinoptilolite is more and more proving as a very good part of the medical toolbox…”

Ever wonder how we got here?

The link between heavy metals and serious health problems can be traced back to the industrial revolution. Back then, manufacturing techniques allowed metals to seep into our waterways, our soil, and the air we breathe.

Today, corporations around the world continue to add toxic materials to our daily products. It’s now commonplace to find lead in lipstick, arsenic in wood preserver, cadmium in batteries, aluminum in deodorant, and the list goes on and on and on.

As a result, getting metals into the body is the easy part. A while a lot can be said for eating healthy, no amount of kale soup is going to chelate heavy metals. Remember, organic food is tested for pesticides, not heavy metals.

Heavy metals accumulate in our body over time. When the body can no longer cope, it stores away excess toxins in fat tissue, muscle, and even bone.

The good news is, with the right approach, your body is capable of shedding these toxic substances.




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