How many of the 12 manifestations of female endocrine disorders do you have?

I don’t know from the time of what, my friends will blame [endocrine disorders] for all the strange phenomena that appear on me:

Skin deterioration is also disorder menstruation is not allowed is also disorder eat too much also disorder eat also disorder also disorder…

As the saying goes, success is also out of balance and failure is out of balance.

Then the question arises… … …

[Endocrine Disorder] Is what?

The so-called endocrine disorder is actually the hormone in the body [naughty] again.

Hormones, as a huge population in the human body, are like messengers everywhere, telling our cells and organs [to be what] and [not to be what].

Once the hormone level is abnormal, there will be various strange manifestations, commonly known as [endocrine disorders].

So, what kind of performance does it take to make the small partners rightfully say they are [endocrine disorders]?

Let’s take a look at these 12 common endocrine disorders for women. Of course, please don’t take your seats at will. Please see a doctor as soon as possible if you have any discomfort.

1. [Big Aunt] Don’t Play Cards According to Routine

Most women have a menstrual cycle of 21-35 days, [flexible time, clock in to work], but they are generally not late or leave too early.

If the monthly period is not allowed, or even the “big aunt” does not come [visit] for several months in a row, it may be that some hormones are [making trouble].

Don’t think that [Big Aunt] will come when she buys a ticket. The tedious and tangled things in it can make a movie [Eggs in Lost Road]. Progesterone and estrogen are [Golden Supporting Actors]. These two guys make a stumbling block and [Big Aunt] will have to adjust the itinerary.

For example, when pregnancy or menopause occurs, hormone levels change. Or mental stress, stress, hormone will also fluctuate; Moreover, many diseases can lead to hormone changes in the body, such as [polycystic ovary syndrome], or pituitary problems, etc.

Of course, it is unscientific to blame hormones for all [irregular menstruation], and there are other reasons that can make menstruation irregular, such as the placement of intrauterine devices or some endometrial diseases.

Therefore, when you find that your menstruation is no longer so [good], it is recommended to see a doctor in time. After all, you cannot identify the reason by yourself.

2. Sleep disorders

If you often don’t sleep enough or don’t sleep well, [don’t doze off at night, don’t sleep soundly during the day], it may also be due to endocrine disorders.

Progesterone is sent by [ovaries] and helps women on earth fall asleep. If the level of progesterone is too low, then something will happen, either tossing and turning hard to fall asleep or sleeping very shallow and waking up easily.

Of course, estrogen is not a fuel-efficient lamp either. If the estrogen level is too low, it will lead to hot flashes and night sweats. It is hot and wet, and it will definitely not sleep well.

3. Endless [acne]

Before or during menstruation, it is normal to take one or two pimples due to changes in hormone levels in the body, but if pimples have been growing endlessly, it is necessary to consider whether endocrine disorders occur.

In women’s bodies, androgen, a very [manly] hormone, is secreted. If the [manly hormone] level is too high, sebaceous glands will be excessively secreted, resulting in blockage of hair follicles and acne.

4. Memory Loss

In fact, experts have not been able to explain very clearly how hormones work on the brain. But what they can be sure is that changes in estrogen and progesterone levels will make people dizzy and have poor memory.

Some experts believe that changes in estrogen, progesterone or thyroid hormone levels may have done some unknown [little tricks] to the brain.

Therefore, if you feel that your brain is not as sharp as usual, you might as well go to the hospital to find professionals.

5. Gastrointestinal problems

On the cells of our internal organs, there are a group of neat [soldiers], which we call [receptors], who can receive [instructions] from estrogen and progesterone and respond in time.

When the level of estrogen and progesterone increases or decreases, there may be some problems in gastrointestinal tract, such as diarrhea, stomachache, abdominal distension or nausea, which make people unhappy to eat.

6. The kind of weakness that [can’t unscrew the bottle cap]

Do you often feel tired? No strength? You need a man’s ticket to help you twist a bottle cap?

Weakness is actually the most common symptom of endocrine disorders. For example, too much progesterone can make people drowsy, or if the thyroid gland secretes too little thyroxine, it can also make people feel weak.

This problem, in the hospital to draw a blood can find out where [defection], and then targeted [attack].

7. Play [have a little temper]

As a woman, playing a little temper is one of the inherent [privileges], but playing a bad temper may be a disease.

Estrogen has an effect on the key substances in the brain, such as serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine, and these messy [amines] or [elements] in the brain have a great influence on a person’s mood.

8. Appetite Goes Up

This is actually closely linked to the above [small temper], which also said that the decline of estrogen level will lead to [depression]. At this moment, the [truth] of [turning grief and indignation into appetite] stands up, and virtually, everyone will want to eat more.

Not only that, estrogen can also affect the level of leptin in the body.

The so-called [leptin] is a hormone that regulates hunger. Looking at this festive name, one can guess that it can make people [thin]. It should be because it can inhibit appetite, accelerate metabolism and regulate the what of fat storage. Once this magical hormone is affected, sisters may start to eat and quit.

9. Dry vagina

It is normal to have vaginal dryness occasionally. Waterlogging and drought are not major events in what.

Estrogen secretion helps keep the vagina moist and comfortable, but if you often feel dry or not so comfortable, it may be because the estrogen level is too low.

If the estrogen level drops, it may make the liquid in the vagina produce too little, dry and astringent.

10. Headache

There are many reasons for headaches. But for some female compatriots, a simple drop in estrogen can cause headaches, which is why some people will feel headaches during menstruation, but the headaches will disappear or ease with the increase in estrogen.

If you have a headache all the time, you should go and have a look, and you can’t blame it all on [endocrine disorders].

11. Hypolibido

Here, first of all, allow me to introduce to you the powerful sex hormone-testosterone.

In fact, there is a big misunderstanding here. Most people think testosterone is a hormone that belongs exclusively to men, but in fact women can also produce testosterone, and the function of testosterone is to stimulate sexual desire for both men and women.

If the testosterone level in the body is too low, it may lead to always no [sexual] interest, which is the same for both men and women.

12. Breast changes

Lower estrogen decreases breast tissue density, while higher estrogen levels increase the density. The point is that if estrogen is always [naughty], there may be some [undesirable] breast density changes, such as various [lumps] of breasts.

It is strongly recommended that once you find that your breasts have what changes, even if you feel as good as ever, you’d better go to the hospital to prevent changes.

Are you out of balance?

Are there any of the above 12 [endocrine disorders] opening methods?

It seems that from then on, I can finally clap my chest and call out to the sky [I am an endocrine disorder] with reasonable grounds. Of course, this is not the point. The point is to see a doctor as soon as possible if there is any discomfort.