Natural psychofertility explains melatonin applications in hormonal balance

 

 

 


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Every day you hear more about her, Melatonin. A few years ago it was only known because it helped to reconcile the dream but over time, the research and interest of the population to want to consume supplements as least harmful as possible, is being discovered as a new panacea for health, and not just hormonal

“Melatonin is a hormone that we ourselves manufacture, produced by the pineal gland, and is responsible for having sleep, could be said to be an inducing hormone to it,” she explains. Antonia González, biologist, embryologist, hormonal balance specialist and CEO of Natural Psychofertility.

 

“The brain follows circadian hormonal rhythms for thousands of years and when these break, the mind lets us know. Problems begin to arise to reconcile the dream and to maintain a deep and repairing one. If we don't sleep, we die. It’s that drastic,” the biologist says.

Every time it is less important to rest, “we have too many things to do, too many stimuli around us and too many thoughts in our head,” he says.

It is very simple, the expert argues: “when it darkens we should sleep and when there is light, the sun rises, we must wake up, that’s how we have worked since we existed as a species, but in the last century we have believed invincible and this is bringing consequences, obviously for our health.”

When talking about Melatonin, you have to make it cortisol, as this is the hormone that makes the brain wake up, be active and get out of bed with energy to start a new day. It's the so-called stress hormone, so an excess is not good for health either. “Also, keeping high cortisol levels regularly makes us contract more diseases, alters our immune system and of course alters our hormonal system,” explains the biologist.

“Each day more I see in my consultation women who have spent too much stress and who have had levels of high cortisol constantly for too long, what we call chronic or sustained stress, and this may end up generating adrenal fatigue, which will bring us too many consequences (constant fatigue, insomnia, anxiety, pessimism, difficulty of thought, intestinal problems, hair loss, low-bone pain, joints.

But in addition to adrenal fatigue – he adds – “the excess of cortisol makes it difficult for melatonin to make its role properly, cortisol and melatonin are antagonistic, that is, if melatonin increases, the cortisol is reduced, and vice versa. And that’s why it’s so important to get ready to go to sleep and follow guidelines to start lowering the cortisol.” Código P0300: Solución y Causas | Actualizado 2023

“Women who treat in my center come because they have hormonal problems, and usually one of the jobs to do is re-educate our habits if we want to balance our hormones. I recommend that, starting at 21.00, we begin to slow down, that we have soft, yellow and low-intensity lights at home, so that our pupils begin to detect that it is at night and begin to lower the cortisol and increase melatonin.”

“We should go to sleep before 11:00, and in these two hours of slowing down, avoiding mobile, tele, computer screens etc. are lights that stimulate us and that make us not able to segregate the right melatonin,” he warns.

“If this is not enough, because our brain no longer responds to these stimuli, it is when we can use melatonin in the form of medicine to induce sleep, but always under the supervision of a professional”point.

But the great discovery is that melatonin not only serves this, there are many published studies that show that melatonin has other powerful health benefits, for example, it helps to regulate physical pain. In a study published in 2016 It was seen that the pain in fibromyalgia, migraines and patients who had undergone operations improved.

Plus, in another study carried out in mice It was shown that it improved the quality and quantity of eggs of females, as it acts as an antioxidant and reduces the oxidative stress of the cells and, of course, also helps the quality of the sperm, as an antioxidant that it is, since the sperm has within its head the DNA that will bind to the egg to form the embryo, and this DNA can be fragmented and, thanks to antioxidants like this, it can be enhanced.

And another great discovery in recent years of the functions of melatonin is its immunoregulatory function. In another study was seen to improve autoimmune pathologies.

Much remains to be discovered of this hormone, but it is logical that if you sleep better, the immune system is stronger, if you sleep worse the body is oxidized less and the cells work better as sleeping better helps that inflammation and pain improve.

“We have it within our reach, we can, ourselves improve our hormones, following good habits of life, and in case it is not enough, we can always consult with experts to recommend what is best in our case. Because there is not only melatonin, there are hundreds of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fatty acid etc. that can make life much easier, much healthier, but I insist, always under the supervision of a professional,” explains the embryologist.

Natural psychofertility explains melatonin applications in hormonal balance

Natural psychofertility explains melatonin applications in hormonal balance

Every day you hear more about her, Melatonin. A few years ago it was only known because it helped to reconcile the dream but over time, the research and intere

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2024-05-20

 

Natural psychofertility explains melatonin applications in hormonal balance
Natural psychofertility explains melatonin applications in hormonal balance

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