In Part 1 of my series on DHEA we discussed the basics of DHEA and DHEA-S and what you might feel like if your DHEA is too low, or too high. In today’s article, we will continue this discussion by looking at DHEA supplementation.
Today’s topic is DHEA. Although DHEA may not be at the top of your list when you think about hormones, it is incredibly important. It’s a hormone and also a supplement that is widely available. As a functional medicine practitioner and nurse practitioner, I’m always looking to uncover the root cause of symptoms. Often, when working with women, we uncover hormone imbalances that when corrected make all the difference for how a woman feels, looks and continues vibrantly through life.
In today’s article, I’m going to cover the opposite case – low testosterone in women. Remember that when it comes to hormones, we want to be like Goldilocks and have levels that are just right for us.
Testosterone isn’t always on the top of our list when it comes to hormone balance, especially for women, but it’s an incredibly important hormone and one that helps us to feel energetic, motivated, sexy and strong.
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