When your estrogen is out of balance:
When estrogen is too high or too low you may get menstrual cycle changes, dry skin, hot flashes, trouble sleeping, night sweats, vaginal thinning and dryness, low sex drive, mood swings, weight gain, PMS, breast lumps, fatigue, depression and anxiety.
When your thyroid is out of balance
Hypothyroidism is a common condition where the thyroid doesn’t create and release enough thyroid hormone into your bloodstream. This makes your metabolism slow down. Also called underactive thyroid, hypothyroidism can make you feel tired, gain weight and be unable to tolerate cold temperatures.
When your progesterone is out of balance:
Too little progesterone can make it hard to sleep and too much progesterone can make you more tired. Classic signs of low progesterone include irregular menstrual cycles, infertility, headaches and migraine, mood changes (including anxiety or depression), hot flashes, weight gain and an inability to lose weight, and fibroids or endometriosis.
High progesterone is associated with symptoms that include anxiety, bloating, depression, reduced sex drive and/or weight fluctuations.
When your testosterone is out of balance
Symptoms of low testosterone in women include low libido, weight gain, and changes in mood. Low testosterone over a long period of time may also contribute to more serious issues like heart disease, poor memory, and loss of bone density.