Hormonal Balance Treatment, as an effective anti-aging approach, is becoming quite popular in Europe and America nowadays. But in fact, they have been paying close attention to anti-aging through hormone regulation since the early 1980s
The hormone levels of females reach their peak at the age of 20-25 when she enters the mature period. Afterwards, as they grow older, hormone levels begin to decline. There are many reasons for hormone reduction such as often staying up late, smoking and excessive drinking, as well as giving birth and lactating repeatedly, having multiple abortions, taking oral contraceptives frequently and other factors. Scientific research has discovered that aging has a great impact on hormone imbalance.
After 45 years of age, many females begin to have a dull and pale countenance, or feel down all the time, thinking that they can do nothing successfully. Some others find it so hard to lose weight no matter how diligently they exercise. All this can result in various problems such as skin slackness, hair loss, insomnia, hot flash, menstrual disorder, early menopause and climacteric.
There are two kinds of aging. One is objective, meaning body function degeneration due to natural laws. The other is subjective, meaning function degeneration because of poor metabolism caused by mental pressure, environment or depressed mood.
Both kinds of aging can trace their roots to hormone loss and decrease. Therefore, maintaining and balancing hormone levels is an effective approach for anti-aging.
Estrogen and progestin are together called female hormones. Among all the hormones, female hormones have the biggest influence on women. It is an important factor when it comes to giving birth. Hormones rule over the female nervous system, blood, bones, menstruation and the metabolism of the gonad.
Normally, a woman’s secretion of hormones throughout the whole life is only 60g, a small spoonful amount. After the age of 25, the secretion decreases by 15% every decade. Both the estrogen and progestin decrease, yet the former decreases more quickly, resulting in an imbalance, which may increase the occurrence of womb-related ailments.
When there is an imbalance of estrogen and progestin, the body will have many reactions.
- Puberty: irregular menstruation, menstrual disorder, menorrhalgia, pimples, constipation, maldevelopment
- Before and after pregnancy: infertility, miscarriage, gestation edema, gestation spots, postpartum syndrome
- Womanhood: wrinkles, pigmentation, skin dryness, sexual apathy
- Menopause: hot flash, insomnia, headache, depression, osteoporosis, overweight, ovarian atrophy, vaginal dryness, skin slackness, tumors and lesions
So can the body restore hormone levels and balance by itself? The answer is no. We can only rely on outer sources. The following are some approaches.
Food: Cereals and deep sea fish contain high level of hormones.
Some people say that soybean is also rich in hormones. It is true, but the hormones only exist in the embryo. Since the embryo also contains a large amount of soybean protein, excessive intake may affect the thymus gland.
Injection/oral medicine: Normally, injection means a quick release of a different medicine. However, the body usually fails to absorb them all in such a short time. On the contrary, it may cause sequela. If the injection are slowly released, it then will bring burdens to the kidneys and liver, though not much.
Proper exercise: Proper exercise helps with hormone secretion, but over-exercising will create a burden. As a result, many female athletes consume hormones faster than normal people, and have earlier menopause.
Hormonal Balance Treatment with Plant: This treatment aims to supplement and activate hormones with plant extracts through high tech approaches including targeting, controlled release, transdermal absorption and more to achieve a comprehensive repair effect.
This hormonal balance anti-aging treatment generally reveals its effects after a single session, including obvious improvement in sleep, mood, functional performance, bones and menstruation.