Fibromyalgia and

Hormonal Imbalance


"The natural healing force within each one of us is the greatest force in getting well."

Balancing your adrenal, thyroid, and ovarian hormones can make a huge difference in fibromyalgia. Our hormones are integral to our health. Hormones are special chemicals secreted by various glands in your body, helping to trigger growth, fertility, and other functions. The master gland that controls our hormones is called the hypothalamus. The hypothalamus sends biochemical messages to the thyroid, adrenal glands, and ovaries through the pituitary gland, to regulate our metabolic balance, immune system, autonomic nervous system, and more. In turn, our tissues talk back to the hypothalamus by way of chemical messaging. Though we don’t understand the exact mechanics, it is becoming clear that these feedback loops strongly influence the symptoms we see in fibromyalgia. Research tells us that fibromyalgia patients may suffer from disruptions in the hormonal sequences shown above. Since the hypothalamus and pituitary are central in governing many hormonal cascades, an imbalance in one area could easily affect the others. Scientists trace some of these disruptions back to environmental and genetic influences, as well as psychological stress.

In this program you we’ll learn:

  • Fibromyalgia and Adrenal glands

  • Fibromyalgia and Thyroid gland

  • Fibromyalgia and Sex glands

  • Fibromyalgia and Growth Hormone

  • Fibromyalgia and Insulin

  • How all these hormones affect your muscles