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Sometimes being overweight has nothing to do with calories intake or exercise. Surprisingly, misfiring hormones, those tiny little things within your body can play a huge part in your weight balance. In addition, hormones can affect your height, the amount of hair you have, your skin type, the size of your chest, and even your mood.
Therefore, hormones have a huge impact on your overall health and well-being. In fact, your metabolism, appetite, growth and development, mood, stress, and body temperatures are all affected by hormones. If your body goes through major hormonal changes, you could end up being irritable, tired, and feeling like you are developing depression.
Fortunately, there is a natural way that can reset your hormones and put your body and mind back on the right path maintaining overall well-being.
Here’s how to reset your hormone levels and lose your extra pounds:
- Sleep in cool temperatures
Sleeping in a colder room can improve your sleep quality. On other hand, if you sleep in a warm room will be more inclined to turn, wake up and throw the covers off of yourself. Therefore, try setting your thermostat a little lower before you go to bed as sleeping in cooler conditions will provide you with a night of more restful sleep.
- Don’t crash diet
Though the allure of a crash may be tempting, you should definitely avoid it. A sudden reduction in your calorie intake can cause your metabolism to become sluggish and bring on weight gain. Fortunately, you can still lose weight, just eat a well-balanced diet all the time.
- Skip the caffeine
Stay away from caffeine as it can increase the production of cortisol, the stress-producing hormone. This means the more caffeine you consume, the more stressed and irritable you will be.
- Avoid those PMS cravings
It’s normal to crave things like sweet foods during this period however, try to avoid them. On the other hand, satisfy your craving for sweets with a sweet fruit, which will bring your magnesium levels back up.
- Pump up the workout
Build some regular exercise into your routine to help correct those feel-good hormones and boost your mood. In addition, you can start listening to music to motivate your body to push harder.
Following these tips will reset your hormones and change the way your body reacts to certain daily situations.