Why does Cushing’s Syndrome have similar symptoms as menopause?
Cushing’s syndrome is a disorder that occurs when your body makes too much of the hormone cortisol over a long period of time.
Symptoms of both Cushing’s syndrome and menopause:
What can we learn from Cushing’s syndrome?
What can we do about high cortisol, high sugar levels and high prolactin?
-Consider gelatin-rich foods, like that found in bone broth. The anti-inflammatory amino acids in gelatin oppose the excitatory effects of the tryptophan-serotonin-estrogen- prolactin system.
-Remove stressors. A repeated small stress, or overstimulation of insulin secretion, gradually tends to become amplified by the effects of tryptophan and the polyunsaturated fatty acids, with these fats increasing the formation of serotonin, and serotonin increasing the liberation of the fats.”
-Balance your hormones with the help of bioidentical hormones.
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