Here is the list of symptoms associated with hormonal imbalance. Have you ever experienced any of these?
A little adrenaline can stimulate you to move on, but living under too much pressure can end up with adrenal hyperfunction. When the stressful situation is long gone, but you still feel uneasy and restless, it means that adrenal glands produce too much cortisol and norepinephrine. Lack of serotonin also contributes to anxiety. Progesterone is another hormone with relaxation properties. When its levels drop in the second half of the menstrual cycle, women can feel uneasy and restless.
You have slept well and have done everything to soothe your tiredness, but still feel sluggish all day long. This is a warning sign. This symptom is known as adrenal fatigue and is the result of living under pressure. Another possible cause for chronic fatigue is hypothyreosis, a thyroid condition when it produces fewer hormones than needed. This can be followed by the depression-like emotional state. Feeling out of sorts for a week or more means that you need to have your hormone levels checked.