Low libido. Fatigue. Saggy skin. Brain fog. Weight gain.
These are just a few signs that your body’s sex hormones — estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone — could be out-of-balance.
You know that balanced hormones are key to looking and feeling your best; but did you know heavy metals are a common cause of hormone imbalance?
Watch the video below to find out why. And then keep reading to discover what you can do to rebalance your hormones and regain control of your health.
Now that you’ve seen what heavy metals can do to your hormones, let’s dig deeper.
Continue reading for additional symptoms, causes, and solutions that can help you safely and naturally rebalance your sex hormone.
Symptoms Your Hormones Are Out-of-Whack
As you may know, your body creates about 50 different hormones. And when any of those hormones are out-of-whack, you don’t look and feel your best.
When you’re having issues with your sex hormones you may experience symptoms like:
- Reduced sex drive
- Dry skin or skin rashes
- Changes in appetite
- Weight gain, especially around your midsection
- Thinning or brittle hair
- Brain fog
- Irritability or anxiety
- Breast tenderness
- Irregular periods
- Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
- Low blood sugar
These are some of the most common symptoms of sex hormone imbalance. And the first step to freeing yourself from these symptoms is understanding what causes them.
So what causes sex hormone imbalance?
You probably know your hormones can be disrupted by thyroid issues, chronic or extreme stress, birth control medications, and diet.
But one of the most common, and overlooked, causes of sex hormone imbalance is heavy metal toxicity.
How Do Heavy Metals Disrupt Your Sex Hormones?
If you’ve belonged to the Myers Detox community for even a short time, then you’ve heard me warn about heavy metals.
And for good reason:
Heavy metals are everywhere.
They’re in the air we breathe, the water we drink, the food we eat, our homes, cars, clothing, and even cosmetics.
And constant exposure to heavy metals like mercury, lead, thallium, arsenic, aluminum, tin, and cesium in our environment can wreak havoc on our health, especially our sex hormones.
One reason why is because these heavy metals poison your hydroxylase enzymes.
Think of hydroxylase enzymes like master artists. They take sex hormones like DHEA, estrogen and testosterone and convert them into other hormones your body can use.
But when your hydroxylase enzymes are poisoned by heavy metals, they can’t do their job, and your experience hormone issues.
Worse, you may find your hormone issues don’t improve, no matter what you try.
Why DHEA Supplements And Hormone Replacement Therapy Often Don’t Relieve Symptoms
If you’re struggling with hormone issues, you may have tried supplements like DHEA.
DHEA is crucial for hormone health because it helps produce other hormones, including testosterone and estrogen. As a supplement, DHEA is supposed to help maintain your body’s natural levels of DHEA.
But there’s a big problem.
If your metabolic pathways have been poisoned by heavy metals, then you can’t properly convert DHEA into testosterone and estrogen.
So you could end up taking handfuls of DHEA and not feel any different.
It’s the same with hormone replacement therapy. If you’re dealing with heavy metal toxicity, your body can’t properly produce, convert, or use hormones.
So taking more hormones isn’t the complete solution to low hormones.
It’s like filling the gas tank of a car with a blown engine: you may be giving the car what it needs, but you’re still not going anywhere — not until you fix the real problem.
The good news is, by detoxing heavy metals you can help bring your hormones back into healthy balance.
But first, you need to know which heavy metals to detox.
Here’s How to Tell Which Heavy Metals Are Causing Your Hormone Imbalance
There’s a safe, painless, and inexpensive way to figure out exactly which heavy metals are disrupting your hormones.
And you don’t even need to leave the comfort of your home to do it.
It’s called a Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis, or HTMA.
An HTMA will reveal your heavy metal toxicity — so you can finally bring your hormones back into healthy balance.
I know how frustrating it is when you’re dealing with hormone problems (or other health issues) and you, or your doctor, can’t figure out the root cause.
But an HTMA is like X-ray vision that lets you pinpoint exactly what’s stopping you from feeling better now.
I wish someone had told me about HTMA earlier in my health journey. It would have saved me thousands of dollars and years of lost time and suffering.
But you don’t have to keep worrying and wondering why your hormone health isn’t improving.
Instead, you can use the same HTMA test I use with my clients — and finally solve the root cause of your hormone problems.
Save over $200 Off Your HTMA
As you’ve seen, the best way to bring your hormones into healthy balance is to first detox heavy metals.
And the best way to do that, is to take an HTMA test to determine your heavy metal toxicity.
An HTMA test is one of the best things you can do for your health.
It helped transform my own health and has done the same for thousands of my clients.
And today, you can get the same HTMA I personally use and recommend to clients for $200 off the regular price.
If you’re dealing with low libido, saggy skin, weight gain, mood swings, or other symptoms of hormone imbalance…
… and nothing you’ve tried seems to help, then I urge you to take an HTMA test now.
Your HTMA test will help you get to the root cause of your hormone imbalance so you can get on a path to true and lasting health.
*Please note that A Hair Mineral Analysis (HTMA) is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, reverse, or prevent any disease. It is not intended to replace any other medical test(s) that may be prescribed by your medical doctor.