effects of hormonal imbalance

Hormonal imbalance can cause a range of illnesses & symptoms in women and men. There’re many different sorts of hormonal imbalances triggered by different hormones & glands in different areas of the body. Hormone imbalances can result in serious harmful effects if not treated. Below is a list of some of the more typical side effects of having Hormonal Imbalance(s).


One effect of hormone imbalances in both women & men is infertility. Fertility needs the maturation & support of gamete tissues–either sperm or ova–which permit for fertilization & pregnancy. In men, the growth of healthy sperm tissues within the testes is controlled by several hormones & over-production of hormones including prolactin can result in infertility. In women, ovulation is controlled by cycling levels of hormones including progesterone & estrogen. If hormones engaged in the menstrual cycle become over- or under-produced, menstruation and ovulation are disrupted that can result in infertility.


Many female & male reproductive tissues–including the ovaries and breasts or testicles and prostate –respond to circulating hormone levels. If specific hormones are present at too low or high a level, the response of reproductive cells becomes unregulated and that has been known to cause cancer.

Depression & Anxiety

Anxiety and depression are 2 really serious effects of hormonal imbalance. When there’s a drop in the levels of progesterone & estrogen hormones the production of endorphins and serotonin also decelerates. Without these hormones a lot of women are left struggling.

Memory Loss

Memory loss is one of the less frequently known effects of hormonal imbalance. When females are menopausal & enduring the effects of hormonal imbalance, they’ll often discover they’ve forgotten often simple to remember things such as where they’ve left the car keys.

Hair Loss

All sorts of hormone imbalances can lead to hair loss with females. Male pattern hair loss, with a diminishing hairline & hair loss on top of the scalp can occur in females with too much circulating testosterone. Females with an underactive or overactive thyroid gland often experience overall thinning of the hair on their head also.

There are several different ways that you can go about balancing your hormone levels. Using Syringa’s all natural topical creams and ointments is one of the most effective and natural ways to balance hormonal levels. Syringa is especially well known for our Resolve Wild Yam Cream that provides women the building blocks their bodies need to regain hormonal balance naturally. However, if you are suffering from a critical problem related to hormonal imbalance, make sure you consult with a doctor immediately.