Many women in their twenties, mid thirties through forties, and even women who are menopausal can be overloaded with estrogen, which can be caused by hormone replacement therapy (HRT), birth control pills, environmental estrogens, plant estrogens, stress, obesity, poor liver function, peri-menopause, and glandular dysfunction.
Men too can suffer from estrogen dominance. Phytoestrogens from plants and xenoestrogens from environmental sources can produce hormonal stimuli that can contribute to inappropriate growth of mammary tissue cells, resulting in a problem society is calling “man boobs.” Some theorize that estrogen dominance in men is contributing to hair loss, atherosclerosis, prostate problems, lowered libido, weight gain, and impotency.
Symptoms of estrogen dominance in women and men:
Correcting Estrogen Dominance
What assists in correcting estrogen dominance in women and men? Alternative health care makes the following suggestions:
- Hormonal support with a natural progesterone cream for women and men
- DIM and/or Myomin to metabolize excess estrogen
- Detoxification assistance with supplements such as Calcium D-Glucarate
- Dietary and environmental changes to rid yourself of phytoestrogens and xenoestrogens
- Lifestyle changes to manage the stresses in your life
- Nutritional supplements to ensure your body has the nutrients it needs to make and balance its hormones. These nutrients tend to be low when estrogen is high:
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