Hormones can have a major effect on your hair growth and skin aging process. These “symptoms” readily tell a story of what is really going on beneath those layers.
Do any of these symptoms sound familiar? Hair loss in clumps or strands, thinning eyebrows, dry skin, fine lines and wrinkles and acne.
Contrary to popular belief, these symptoms are not from getting older. While aging causes a decline in hormones, environmental and dietary factors also have a hand in speeding up the aging process. While we can’t control our biological clock, what if we could get a handle on things we can control?
It starts with our endocrine system and not as easy as mastering the latest detox or thyroid protocol.
We know that hormones are the body’s chemical messengers -- and keeping them in balance and in the best communication with all parts of our body are fundamental for feeling great - BUT WHAT ABOUT THiER FUNDAMENTAL EFFECTS ON OUR HAIR AND SKIN?
Today with Julie Tebben (check out our previous two episodes) we are going deep in commonly surfaced hair loss and aging skin tips found and followed from what we may read on the holy google algorithms or recent magazine snippet.
After you hear today’s episode, you’ll walk away with insights that will clarify confusion, frustration and - frankly waisted money on one trick ponies when addressing hair loss and what the skin needs at its fundamental level.
Here, you’ll awaken to better skin and fuller hair on hormonal nuances of everything in between.
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Listen and learn to this video more from leading PHD's from the 12th Annual SSEW Symposium, “The Exposome & Metabolic Health.” Speakers discussed the role of social relationships, chemicals found in everyday items like beauty and hair care products, and our food environments in encouraging negative health outcomes such as obesity and diabetes, breast cancer, and even Alzheimer’s. Listen Here