Posted on: 19.07.2022 Posted by: Drlark Comments: 0

April 8, 2004



Checklist for Estrogen Dominance

Do you have heavy, irregular


Are you retaining fluids?

Have you gained more

than 10 pounds?

Are you experiencing

sleep difficulties?

Are you having headaches?

Do you have bouts of

brain fog—forgetting your friend’s first name, where you

put your car keys, or the point of a text you recently studied?

Have you recently discovered

cysts in your breasts?

Have you been told you

have fibroid tumors?

Have symptoms from endometriosis


Are you over age 35?

Do you suffer from premenstrual

anxiety, irritability and mood swings?

Do you have a decreased

interest in sex?

What these symptoms have in common is that

they are due to a hormone imbalance called estrogen dominance. That’s

when estrogen levels are too high in relationship to progesterone.

Estrogen dominance, common during perimenopause,

can contribute to a number of health conditions.

Read More on Perimenopause:

Getting Started

Quiz: Is it Menopause or Perimenopause

Undoing Estrogen Dominance

Estrogen and Progesterone Are Normally


Checklist for Estrogen Dominance

Keep it SIMPLE Tip — Acupressure for Insomnia

Nutritional Therapies

Diet for Combating Estrogen Dominance

Nutritional Supplements for Estrogen


Nutritional Supplements to Promote Progesterone


Other Power Supplements for Perimenopause

Complementary Therapies

The Pump



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