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Hormones are chemical messengers that are produced by the Endocrine system of the body . This system is a network of organs and glands that take charge of controlling various functions of the body. The endocrine glands secrete hormones into the bloodstream and when it reaches the target organs, it’s presence is recognized by the receptors on its tissues. These receptors then trigger the necessary action in the organ.

Some of the bodily functions which the endocrine system controls are as follows:

  • Metabolism
    Growth and development of tissues
    Sexual and reproductive functions.
    Heart rate
    Blood pressure
    Appetite for food
    Sleeping and waking cycles
    Body temperature


Brain controls body and its organs through hormones. So any variation in hormones is an indication that either the hormone producing gland is hyper or hypo or the associated organ is hypo or hyper. Hormone production initiates a chain reaction because brain controls many functions through single hormone. If this hormonal disturbance continues for long it may cause severe disturbances in the functioning of organs. The lack of proper knowledge about functioning of hormones has resulted in symptomatic treatment through steroids.

Steroids interfere with hormones and either increase or decrease the production of targeted hormone. This change in hormones creates confusion in the brain because the change was not applied by the brain and hence not considered natural. Thus, the brain starts avoiding the control of linked hormone, as a result hormone production becomes uncontrolled, which can cause havoc in the body. People are aware that steroids are harmful but its usage continues in prevalence because there was no alternative option available.

Zyropathy uses combination of supplements for normalising productions of hormones in body naturally. This process takes time and therefore at times individuals are advised to continue ongoing medication for symptom control till the production of hormones reaches a threshold level where the symptomatic trouble stops. Secondly, the hormonal readings used for reference purpose are also estimation; therefore these readings may vary from one to other individual. Thus, symptom co-relation also must be done besides trying to maintain promulgated reference readings.

Overviews of these disorders are as follows:

Hypothyroidism/Hyperthyroidism: This occurs in the body when there’s a deficiency of the thyroid hormone in the body. The thyroid gland is butterfly-shaped and can be found at the frontal part of the neck. It provides energy to several organs in the body, while also controlling functions such as the heartbeat and the intricate processes of digestion. A fall in the level of thyroid hormones leads to an unexpected slowdown in most of the body’s natural functions. Women are more prone to this disease as opposed to men. Visible symptoms are fatigue, weight gain, muscle weakness, and elevated blood cholesterol.

Cushing Syndrome: This is otherwise known as hypercortisolism and occurs due to high levels of cortisol hormone in the body. This hormone manages the immune system, response to stress and blood pressure. Visible symptoms include weight gain, fatty depositions in the face or between the upper back and shoulders, purple stretch marks in the body and slow healing of wounds. Various causes result in its onset, like immense stress, malnutrition, prolonged use of corticosteroid medications and an underlying tumour in the adrenal glands.

Addison’s disease: This happens when a part of the adrenal gland gets damaged, which results in a deficit production of the hormones called aldosterone and cortisol. The symptoms can be unexpected fainting, low blood sugar levels, a decrease in heart rate and unusual cravings for salt. This is mainly due to the disturbance in the immune system within adrenal glands which damages the adrenal gland severely, thus causing Addison’s disease. Another reason can be the inability of the pituitary gland to the vital ACT hormone.

Diabetes: This ailment is a common lifestyle disorder and has continued to put many people’s lives at risk. This happens when either insulin is deficient in the body or if the body becomes resistant to the hormone. There’s a surge in the blood sugar level, a person is restrained from taking in sweets, confectionaries or excess carbohydrates. An affected person feels fatigued without doing much work, experiences frequent urination and may develop many complications in body.

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