Essays on Hormones
Hormones are an essential part of the human body and its functioning. Hormones help regulate many different physiological functions, such as growth, metabolism, reproduction and mood. They also play a role in sexual development and fertility. Hormones are chemical messengers that are released from cells in one part of the body and travel to other parts of the body where they control particular processes or behaviors. Most hormones are produced by endocrine glands located throughout the body including the pituitary gland, thyroid gland, adrenal glands, pancreas and ovaries among others. One example of how hormones can affect us is puberty. During this time our bodies undergo dramatic changes due to fluctuations in hormone levels caused by increases in sex hormones like testosterone and estrogen which trigger physical changes such as breast development in females or facial hair growth in males. Hormonal imbalance during puberty can lead to issues with emotional regulation or even mental health disorders such as depression or anxiety if not properly addressed. In addition to these natural occurring hormonal shifts over time, lifestyle choices like dieting may also cause a disruption in normal hormone balance leading to weight gain or loss depending on which hormone is affected most drastically (such as leptin). Similarly environmental factors like stress can have an effect on certain hormones such as cortisol causing it to be released at higher than normal levels resulting in fatigue, difficulty sleeping and increased anxiety levels among other symptoms associated with high cortisol production.
Perimenopause refers to the period during which a woman’s body makes its natural transition towards permanent infertility (Rabinstein & Klimo, 32). Hormones are messengers in the body that move through the bloodstream to start and speed up or slow down your physical and chemical functions and processes across all the body systems. Ovaries are the […]
Transgender agenda is becoming a more liberal focus because of people’s perception with ideologies. And so, Branstetter the author of the book, “Sketchy Pharmacies Are Selling Hormones to Transgender People”, intended to discuss the rise of transgender population ordering hormones and using a DIY approach because they are unable to receive this medical approach. In […]
Sub Dermal Implant The implant has a couple of features which defines its appearance and its functioning in the body. First, the implant contains the progestin hormone. This hormone aids in the prevention of ovulation for a period of three years (Medical Bag, 2014). At the same time, the hormone helps in thickening the cervical […]
The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) considers hormonal methods in birth control as those that involve the use of pills, transcendental patches, contraceptive rings, injections and transdermal patch contains the hormones progestin and estrogen that help stop the ovulation process. They pose a health challenge to both the life of the mother and […]