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Hormonal Issues?

One of the most commonly disregarded fact is that blood circulation issues can indirectly cause hormonal imbalances. Let's say when someone is diagnosed with Hypothyroid it not necessarily mean that the Thyroid gland is dysfunctional! Because scanning the blood sample and finding less TSH hormones and dysfunctional Thyroid gland can be two different things. Let me present few specific examples to elaborate on the matter :


1. Hypoperfusion and Hormonal Imbalances: Hypoperfusion refers to reduced blood flow to specific organs or tissues. If there is inadequate blood supply to endocrine glands responsible for hormone production, it may affect their functioning and lead to hormonal imbalances. For instance, reduced blood flow to the pituitary gland, which controls the release of various hormones, may disrupt its hormone production and secretion, potentially resulting in hormonal imbalances.


2. Impaired Blood Flow and Hormone Delivery: Hormones are transported throughout the body via the bloodstream. If blood circulation is impaired, the delivery of hormones to target organs or tissues may be compromised. This can affect the appropriate functioning of these organs and disrupt hormonal balance. For example, impaired blood flow to the ovaries in women can lead to hormonal imbalances, potentially causing menstrual irregularities.


3. Circulatory Disorders and Endocrine Glands: Certain circulatory disorders, such as atherosclerosis, peripheral vascular disease, or venous insufficiency, can affect blood flow to various organs, including endocrine glands. If the blood supply to these glands is compromised, it can disrupt their hormone production and secretion, resulting in hormonal imbalances. For instance, compromised blood flow to the adrenal glands can lead to adrenal hormone deficiencies or excesses.


4. Inflammation and Hormonal Imbalances: Some circulatory issues, such as chronic inflammation in blood vessels, can indirectly impact hormonal balance. Inflammatory processes can affect the production and regulation of hormones, leading to imbalances. Additionally, chronic inflammation can disrupt the functioning of the hypothalamus and pituitary gland, which control the release of many hormones, further contributing to hormonal imbalances.


It's important to note that the relationship between blood circulation issues and hormonal imbalances is complex, and the mechanisms through which they interact can vary depending on the specific condition or underlying cause.


"We suggest you before turning to medicinal drugs and surrendering to them for all your life it is a very wise idea to get Hijama Cupping done few times. HIjama Cupping coupled with proper diet & lifestyle changes can benefit not only in Hormonal issues due Blood circulatory issues but also potentially treat the dysfunctional glands as well."

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Imran Khan

Lead Practitioner at i-Revive









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