Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the pressure to “do it all,” only to find yourself exhausted and struggling with hormone imbalances? We sat down with Blair Horton, a women’s health and hormone specialist, who helps us break down the complexities of balancing female hormones, revealing the impact of stress on hormone imbalance – from our education, medication, and sports-related pressures, to eating disorders.

Together, we also discuss the potential harm of birth control and its effects on our hormones, emphasizing the importance of understanding our own bodies and cycles to make informed decisions. We explore the differences between men’s and women’s testosterone levels, and how hormones affect our workout routines, and introduce the Stardust app to track our hormonal changes. Don’t miss this insightful conversation packed with practical tips for maintaining hormonal balance and overall well-being, empowering you to take control of your health.

Listen to the show, Troubles of Birth Control plus Balancing Hormones: 

In this episode, you will hear:

  • Focusing on women’s hormones
  • The problem with birth control
  • Birth control and hormonal imbalances
  • Feminine and masculine energy shifts
  • Balancing female hormones
  • Hormonal balance and birth control
  • Hormones and exercise awareness

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