Menstrual periods are irregular.
Hot flashes or night sweets.
Suffer from PMS.
Difficulty falling asleep.
Difficulty staying asleep.
Tire easily – especially in the afternoon.
Fatigued and loss of energy.
Sad, irritable, or depressed.
Anxious. anxiety attacks, or heart palpitations.
Forgetful, fuzzy thinking or absent-minded.
Overwhelmed or confused.
Bloating or gas.
Painful or stiffness in joints upon rising in the morning.
Crave sweets, alcohol or carbohydrates.
Gained weight especially around the middle abdomen area.
Hair and/or skin dry, brittle, or thinning.
This second group of questions need to be answered with a yes or a no. There is no need to categorize your answers for these questions. If you have a number of yes answers in this second group but do not have many of the symptoms from the first group, then its unlikely you have a hormone imbalance problem, however a few lifestyle changes may be in order to avoid health issues in the future.
Had a broken or fractured a bone in the last year?
Do you have frequent UTI or yeast infections?
Have you been diagnosed with a thyroid condition?
Have you been diagnosed as insulin resistant?
Have you been diagnosed with osteoporosis?
Do you often feel overwhelmed?
Do you often skip meals?
Do you eat out more than 3 times per week?
Do you drink more than one caffeinated drink per day?
Do you frequently take antibiotics?
Do you take more than one prescription medication?
Is there heart disease in your family?
Have you experienced trauma in the last 3 years?
Are you being treated for any disease or serious condition?