CHHC can offer you a programme of therapeutic techniques that are great to help balance hormones naturally.  We offer a gentle non pharmacological approach that can support your endocrine system and healthy hormone production that can get you feeling like your best self again.

Hormone imbalance can affect men and women, at any age.  There are several kinds of hormone imbalances, including:

  • Menopause
  • Perimenopause
  • Postpartum
  • High cortisol
  • Low cortisol
  • Adrenal fatigue
  • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
  • Endometriosis
  • Gynecomastia

Which cause some unpleasant and uncomfortable effects such as hot flushes, hair loss, weight gain or bloating, memory loss, insomnia and brain fog, as well as experiencing mood swings, depression, getting stressed out or anxious.  Not to mention low energy, fatigue and dried up libido!

Hormones affect many physiological activities including growth, metabolism, appetite, puberty and fertility. Your body produces over 50 types of hormones; each has an important function vital to your health.  So keeping them all in balance can be a juggling act!

Our treatments are personalised … specific to you!

We offer a holistic health approach with a combination of appropriate and effective education about exercise, dietary changes, and lifestyle advice, together with relaxing treatments that bring about hormonal harmony.

We provide a thoughtful well-paced environment; patients are listened to and given time to ask as many questions as they need in confidence and privacy, enjoying the benefit of our vast experience and knowledge enabling them regain happy hormonal health.

Research and Cochrane Reviews have examined benefits of Alternative Therapies such as Acupuncture, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, and Massage to help with women’s health issues including: PMS symptoms of depression, anxiety and physical; Menopausal and Peri-Menopausal symptoms of hot flashes and insomnia; Endometriosis symptoms of pain, nausea. As well as Fertility, Healthy Pregnancy and Post Natal well being.

See how our therapies can naturally help balance your Hormones! Call us today 01206 761806.

Meantime, here are some tips that can help you keep your Hormones Balanced:

  1. Eat Enough Protein at Every Meal. Consuming an adequate amount of protein is extremely important
  2. Avoid Sugar and artificial sweeteners, alcohol,  and refined carbohydrates
  3. Learn to Manage Stress
  4. Consume healthy fats (avocado, olive oil, nuts and seeds) and high fibre
  5. Avoid Over-eating and Under-eating
  6. Drink Green Tea
  7. Eat Fatty Fish Often
  8. Engage in Regular Exercise

Happy Hormones respond to Exercise…

Hormones are release when you exercise; the more intense a workout, the more these hormones are released. So a combination of strength training and cardio, will help to maximize health benefits and boost hormone levels.

Regular exercise may also help regulate insulin and keep blood sugar levels stable. The bottom line is that regular exercise is more important than many of us may think, and just moving your body a little each day may do wonders for helping balance your hormones.

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