What is it?
The so-called endocrine disorders are actually “naughty” in the body’s hormones.
Hormone is a huge group of people in the human body. It is like a messenger who tells everywhere, telling us about what cells and organs should do and what not to do.
After the abnormal levels of hormones, there will be a variety of strange performances, which we commonly call “endocrine disorders.” So, what kind of performance can you let your friends justifiably say that they are “endocrine disorders”?
Let’s take a look at the 12 endocrine disorders that are common in women.
Most women have a menstrual cycle of 21 to 35 days, “flexible time, punch in to work”, but generally not Being late or leaving early is too far off the mark.
If the monthly holiday is not accurate, even if the “big aunt” has not come to the door for several months, it may be that some hormones are “disordered.” .
Don’t think that “big aunt” bought a ticket, and the cumbersome and tangled ones can make an “egg on the way”, progesterone and estrogen is “gold” “The supporting role”, these two guys make a blind man, “big aunt” has to adjust the itinerary.
If you are pregnant or menopausal, the hormone level will change;
either nervous or stressful, hormones will fluctuate;
and many diseases can cause changes in hormones in the body, such as “polycystic ovary syndrome”, or problems with the pituitary gland.
Of course, it is unscientific to blame all the “menstrual irregularities” on hormones, and there are other reasons that make menstrual irregularities, such as placing intrauterine birth control. , or some disease of the endometrium. Therefore, when you find that your menstruation is no longer so “devious”, it is recommended to go to the doctor in time. After all, it is impossible to identify the cause by yourself.
In fact, experts can’t quite articulate how hormones work on the brain. But what they can determine is that changes in estrogen and progesterone levels can make people feel dizzy and their memory deteriorates.
Some experts believe that changes in estrogen, progesterone, or thyroid hormone levels may make some little “small moves” on the brain.
On the cells of our internal organs, there are a group of neatly arranged “soldiers”, which we call “receptors” They can receive “instructions” of estrogen and progesterone and respond in a timely manner.
When the levels of estrogen and progesterone increase or decrease, there may be some problems in the gastrointestinal tract, such as diarrhea, stomach pain, bloating or nausea. happy.
Unable to open the caps
Do you often feel tired? No strength? Need a male ticket to help even screw a bottle cap?
Low strength is actually the most common symptom of endocrine disorders. For example, progesterone, if too much, will make people sleepy, or if the thyroid gland secretes too little thyroxine, it also makes people feel weak. This problem, in the hospital to draw a blood can find out where is the “rebellion”, and then targeted “hands”.
Playing a little temper
As a woman, playing a little temper is innate One of the privilege, but with a temper, it may be sick.
Estrogen has effects on the key substances in the brain, serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine, and the “amine” or “prime” in these brains is a mess. People’s emotions have a great impact.
There are many reasons for headaches. But for some female compatriots, a simple drop in estrogen can cause headaches, which is why some people feel headache when they come to menstruation, but this headache will disappear or ease with the increase of estrogen. If you have been having a headache, then go check it out and you can’t blame “endocrine disorders.”
Here, let me introduce you to the powerful sex hormone, “testosterone.”
In fact, there is a big misunderstanding here. Most people think that testosterone is a hormone exclusive to men, but in fact women can also produce testosterone, and regardless of the sex of men and women, testosterone It is to stimulate sexual desire. If the level of testosterone in the body is too low, it may lead to no “sex” interest, which is the same regardless of men and women.
Estrogen decline causes a decrease in breast tissue density, while an increase in estrogen levels increases density. The point is, if estrogen is always “naughty”, there may be some “unsatisfactory” changes in breast density, such as various “lumps” of the breast.