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Understanding the Roles of Your Hormones

The human body can be a complicated topic to talk about and an even harder one to understand. From asking yourself why you get goosebumps to why vaginal dryness occurs, there are hundreds of things you might not understand about your own body. One specific thing about the body that confuses many and is the talking point in health classes across the country is the concept of hormones.

These “chemical messengers” are fluids that are secreted from various glands in the body to regulate various bodily functions. The two hormones often leading the discussion are estrogen and progesterone — these hormones regulate the reproductive, sexual and well-being of your body, which is why understanding them is crucial.

Estrogen’s Function

When it comes to women’s health, estrogen plays a crucial role in reproductive organ regulation; the hormone is the key component in the menstrual cycle. When there is a rise in estrogen, the body is building up uterine lining to prepare for pregnancy.

If the women does not manage to become pregnant, there is a sudden drop in estrogen levels which leads progesterone levels dropping as well, causing the lining to shed and beginning the period. This cycle begins when a girl begins puberty and continues until she, now a woman, reaches a certain age where estrogen levels decline — which is a sign of menopause.

This leads to many other symptoms, such as hot flashes and vaginal dryness. A decline in estrogen levels may mean menopause, however many women turn to natural remedies such as Femininity™ to restore vaginal moisture.

Progesterone: The Pregnancy Hormone

This hormone is produced after the monthly egg is released during the menstrual cycle. Essential for pregnancy, this hormone creates a thick, safe environment for the baby if a woman becomes pregnant. This is due to rising progesterone levels.

Though this chemical is essential for reproduction, it can lead to irritating effects during the last two-weeks of a woman’s period. These can include bloating, breast tenderness and acne.

Though you may be confused as to why you’re experiencing vaginal dryness, remember that menopause comes at different ages in different women. The best way to survive menopause dryness it is to remember the function of these hormones, which will help you understand them and to stick to Femininity™ for vaginal restoration.

 

Sources:
http://www.everydayhealth.com/pms/facts-about-female-hormones.aspx
http://www.news-medical.net/health/What-are-Hormones.aspx

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