What is BLOCKING Happy Hormones from working for you?
Have you tried Happy Hormones and found it didn’t work for you?
Of course Happy Hormones is not going to work for everyone.
There are many conditions that are not either linked to hormonal changes and health in general is very complex. Many factors need to be considered when on a journey to improve your symptoms and overall health. This is where our practitioner team can help individually support and assist you. Here are some common factors why Happy Hormones may not be working for your particular health situation.
The number one reason HH does not work for most women is they do not give it long enough. I have analysed the group of women who only purchase once and a large percentage of them have only ordered the small sizes of HH. It takes years for hormonal imbalances to develop, so it is only logical that it takes time for them the correct.
We suggest at least 3 months or 3 cycles to see the full benefits you can experience. There are many reviews with ladies saying it took 6 months to see the changes. Please if you gave up too early….really consider giving it a better chance.
We treat ladies with simple imbalances, right through to complex multi-conditional disease processes. The degree of the imbalance makes a huge difference to how quickly HH can work and whether you need additional advice and products to support your system. In some cases such as chronic endometriosis with scarring or large fibroids, then it is too late and you will often need surgery. We can then support you following these medical interventions.
We find the younger women are, the faster they respond. Teens respond incredibly quickly whilst menopausal women need a higher dose and it can definitely take the full 3 months to see the changes. This again comes down to severity of the condition and the time that it took to develop as well as younger women having better organ function and ability to heal.
Poor Hormone metabolism
The second piece in the puzzle of hormonal imbalance is how your body metabolises hormones. This can be genetic and developed over a lifetime. When the body does not break down hormones and excrete them correctlyHappy
Hormones does not improve hormone metabolism. It is a regulator. But if your imbalance has arisen from poor hormone breakdown and excretion, HH can only do so much. This leads to a feeling that it is not working.
The solution to this problem is to improve hormone clearance via improving liver and digestive function. This can be done through increasing fibre rich food, consuming probiotic rich, fermented foods and avoiding processed and junk foods. Minimising sugar and alcohol intake is also another factor to consider.
Stress is the number one block to balancing hormones. It is one of the major disruptors of hormones and prolonged stress impacts adrenal health which we will discuss further on.
Stress is a constant in many women’s lives however with the right management the physical effects can be reduced. Stress is accumulative. So the key is to regularly release stress….regular exercise, time management, meditation, yoga, and prioritising your own health are some of the tips to manage stress so you can get the best out of Happy Hormones.
Hormonal imbalance is not your primary health issue
Hormonal imbalances are extremely common. All women have some degree of imbalance. However, there are women with other health factors contributing to their symptoms. The most common conditions which need rectifying before Happy Hormones can regulate your hormones are adrenal insufficiency, long-standing depression or psychiatric conditions, food allergies and chronic digestive conditions, insomnia, and chronic pain.
Many other chronic conditions will also inhibit how well Happy Hormones can work. In these situations, we suggest working with your practitioner to overcome these conditions first. Happy Hormones can play a supportive role however it is important to understand the other health factors.
Diet is one of the most common contributors to hormonal imbalance. If you do not make any changes to the key dietary contributing factors then it makes it hard for Happy Hormones to work. Key contributing factors are sugar, caffeine, and alcohol. In certain ladies especially with acne wheat and dairy. For ladies with PCOS then it is critical to have low GI foods and follow gluten-free.
Too many animal products are generally a concern and keto diets directly disrupt hormonal balance long term. Don’t get confused between reducing refined carbohydrates and eliminating them completely.
We offer our free 8-Week Program as a guide to assist you to make the necessary dietary changes. The severity of your symptoms determines how close you need to follow the guidelines.
I didn’t realise it was working
Many women didn’t even realise Happy Hormones was working. People that are close to you can often be a better judge of how well Happy Hormones is working, especially relating to mood and emotions. Have that conversation and you may be surprised what those close to you may say.
Happy Hormones is not a cure-all. It simply is a catalyst to assist your body to balance its hormones. Our approach is a system.....of diet, lifestyle, and products to help support your body to balance. In most cases it takes time. At least 3 months. Give it time to work. We know it works extremely well....you just need to understand why it may not have worked and our practitioner team can work through this with you.
The ladies that get the fastest and most dramatic results follow all our advice. In most cases women that give up….there has been a block in place to allow Happy Hormones and our advice to work. Our practitioner team is available 7 days a week to discuss your individual situation and give you the best advice. All you need to do is send us an email and you can discuss it with them in our groups. Search the groups for your symptoms and there will be many posts you can ask questions or simply read similar experiences.
A good starting point with our approach is to take our online women’s health assessment. To get a benchmark and then retake the assessment after 3 months to see the changes that have occurred as many times you may have forgotten about some of your symptoms.