hormonal imbalance

  • The Relationship Between Hormones and Anxiety  

     

    Anxiety is an umbrella term that encompasses a wide array of disorders that generally result from worrying, fear, apprehension, and nervousness. Such feelings will most likely have an impact on your feelings and behaviors and can result into a variety of physical symptoms, including shortness of breath, dizziness, vomiting, and stomach aches, among others. According to experts, there are different causes of anxiety, including stress, lack of sleep, trauma, lack of oxygen, side effects from education, substance abuse, alcoholism, genetics, health problems, and hormones. The rest of this article will be focused on exploring how hormones, specifically amongst women, can have an effect on anxiety.

  • The Relationship Between Hormones and Depression

     For a long time now, a variety of studies have been completed to analyze the root causes of depression, including how they are different in men and women. One of the earliest accounts of such would be from Charles Dickens, as published in his journal called Household Words. His findings are based on St. Luke’s Hospital for the Insane and he notes that gender has a role in depression and in a variety of other mental problems. In recent years, more researches have been conducted and have proven that depression is not a universal case and that each person, specifically on the basis of gender, have varying ways to deal with such. Among other things, it is the hormones that are responsible for depression and its treatment.

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