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Are Hormones Blowing Up Your Life?


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Is your body crying out for progesterone to feel normal again?

Women who are progesterone deficient tend to be exhausted — physically and emotionally.

We tend to be out of tune with what our body needs, and we become distracted, exposed and feel extremely fragile.

Tears flow from a place of frustration and isolation.

Many of us don’t even comprehend what’s happening, but it’s so powerfully apparent to our friends and family who witness our descent into hormone hell.

In this state, we have no idea what it feels like to relate to our ‘true’ essence.

Hormone imbalance appears to be the catalyst for the upswell of painful memories and conflicts. There is this overwhelming sense of helplessness and distortion of reality.

It triggers in us a sense of alienation and anxiety. It brings to the surface grief, sadness, depression, anger, resentment, guilt, shame and a bucket of tears.

Hormones out of whack can create unrelenting stress, and more stress contributes to ongoing hormone imbalance. It’s a vicious cycle.

Symptoms associated with progesterone deficiency tend to resolve when we rub on a little progesterone cream each day.

Conditions associated with progesterone deficiency:

  • PCOS
  • heavy periods
  • fibroids
  • acne
  • hair loss
  • endometriosis
  • autoimmune disease
  • premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
  • premenstrual migraines
  • infertility
  • perimenopause
  • menopause
  • osteoporosis

A woman’s guide to using natural progesterone.

Once we get our hands on this vital hormone, we begin this incredible journey where we take back control of our mental and physical health.

The aim is to get our progesterone levels back to where it keeps us symptom-free. At that point, we can go on and off cream as we feel we need to.

Women who feel discomfort in the first fourteen days of applying progesterone cream are determined to keep using it because they want the results. There is this intuitive ‘knowing’ that healing is happening.

Unfortunately, for some women, it’s a rough ride. They find it challenging to hang in there long enough to get relief from symptoms that tend to be related to estrogen dominance.

If you can stay with progesterone supplementation long enough, experience has taught me you will see life-changing results.

Women can turn a corner within months of topping up their body’s progesterone levels. Their inability to cope, focus, feel happy, socialise, and communicate has completely flipped. They exude a renewed self-confidence that comes from getting their lives back.

Once women get eighteen months into progesterone therapy, the fuzzy head is gone. They no longer feel tentative. They feel strong enough to say “no” when appropriate.

Keep in mind that progesterone does NOT magically make all your health problems disappear.

Long-lasting hormone balance may involve getting more sleep, eating better, checking your gut health, exercising, stress management, or steering clear of products that can act like hormones in your body.

You might also benefit from supplementing other bioidentical hormones. That’s a more extensive conversation than the one we have time for in this article today.

As a Women’s Health Advocate and Educator, I have ethically supported women’s choice of bioidentical hormones since 2001. And I’ve walked the talk legally sourcing and safely using natural progesterone cream myself for the past 30 years.

Progesterone is called the “Mother of ALL Hormones” for a good reason.

Progesterone is the hormone from which every other hormone in our body is made, including estrogen.

Progesterone is both a male and female hormone, and today, progesterone cream is used in hormone therapy treatments for men, women, and children.

Once a woman whose body is crying out for progesterone introduces the hormone back into her body using a premium bioidentical cream, there’s this incredible physiological reaction. It’s as if she is coming home to herself.

Women like me who’ve used progesterone over decades know this ‘super’ hormone is central to our renewed health.

How do we know? Because our body tells us so through symptom relief. Our skin and hair are glowing. We feel sexy and energised, fully engaged in the world, sleep well, have lighter periods, and generally feel and look our best.

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Love, light & laughter

Catherine (Cat) Farrar

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