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Female Hormone Programme

The Scalar Light Female Hormone Support program is designed to help maintain hormonal balance to support women of all ages to feel healthy, happy and well.

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Female Hormones Assembled with Scalar Light

 

Female Hormones Assembled

  1. androstenedione
  2. estradiol
  3. estriol
  4. estrone
  5. oxytocin
  6. progesterone
  7. follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)
  8. luteinizing hormone (LH)
  9. pregnenolone
  10. DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone)
  11. testosterone
  12. human growth hormone
  13. creatine (amino acid)
  14. zinc

Essential Amino Acids Assembled via Scalar Light

  1. Histidine
  2. Isoleucine
  3. Leucine
  4. Lysine
  5. Methionine
  6. Phenylalanine
  7. selenocysteine
  8. Threonine
  9. Tryptophan
  10. Valine

Non-Essential Amino Acids Assembled via Scalar Light

  1. Alanine
  2. Arginine
  3. Asparagine
  4. Aspartic acid
  5. Beta-alanine
  6. Carnitine
  7. Citrulline
  8. Cysteine
  9. Cystine
  10. Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA)
  11. Glutamine
  12. Glutamic acid
  13. Glycine
  14. Hydroxyproline
  15. Ornithine
  16. Proline
  17. Serine
  18. Taurine
  19. Tyrosine

Female Hormones – Creating Balance

Hormones are chemical messengers that operate within the nervous system. Glands produce and monitor hormone levels, reacting to changes within the body and secreting hormones in response. These hormones signal to other organs and glands, and they respond with the aim of keeping the body in homeostasis – a condition where all things are balanced and functional.

 Women experience hormonal changes throughout their lives. From the onset of puberty, throughout the monthly menstrual cycle and the dramatic changes that take place during and after pregnancy. As women age, their levels of hormones change. These levels fluctuate during the perimenopausal years and change again after menopause. All of these hormonal changes have profound effects on how a woman feels, and how well her body functions.

Oestrogen

Oestrogen is one of the primary female hormones. While men also require estrogen, women require it in much greater quantities. Oestrogen triggers the changes that take place at puberty. It is also essential for fertility. When oestrogen levels are low, ovulation can be disrupted and this makes getting pregnant difficult or impossible. Oestrogen also has a protective role when it comes to bone health. When there is a deficiency of oestrogen, osteoporosis can occur. This is when the bones become less dense, leading to weakening. Oestrogen also helps cholesterol under control, helping with heart health, and plays numerous other roles in other bodily functions. It has a part to play in fat storage, giving skin its plumpness. As oestrogen levels decline, skin loses its elasticity and suppleness. Oestrogen-mimicking chemicals in the environment can throw the balance of oestrogen out by tricking the body into thinking oestrogen levels are higher than they are.

Progesterone 

Progesterone is a very important female hormone. It prepares the body for pregnancy, triggers menstruation and protects a pregnancy. It is essential for the reproductive system. Too much progesterone can interfere with ovulation, and reduce the chances of getting pregnant. Too little progesterone can cause problems with menstruation and cause miscarriage.

Dr. Sara Gottfried of the bestselling book, ‘The Hormone Cure’, describes how progesterone can be sacrificed in order to produce cortisol – the stress hormone: “If you have a lifestyle that keeps you in high demand for cortisol, (like when under chronic stress), your body will  STEAL your supply of progesterone to make more cortisol!” 

According to Dr Gottfried, the human body will prioritise making cortisol, at the expense of other hormones. This can wreak havoc on the balance of female hormones within the body and how they function.

Oxytocin

Both men and women require oxytocin. Oxytocin has many functions in the body, but it is mostly known for bringing the ‘love hormone’. Secreted from the pituitary gland oxytocin is responsible for that warm, fuzzy feeling we get when we hug, spend time with those we love or are physically affectionate or intimate.

For women, oxytocin is essential for triggering labour and for making breastfeeding possible. It also helps us to relax, reduce stress and promotes a balanced mood and stability. Oxytocin has been shown to improve how we communicate and relate to one another. Healthy levels of oxytocin promote social bonding.

Female Hormones and Sleep

Female hormones can have a major effect on sleep patterns. Spikes and dips in various hormones and the changes in the balance of hormones that these changes cause can cause sleep disturbances. These problems can range from mild insomnia, trouble falling asleep or waking early, to severe insomnia where the sufferer cannot sleep at all. Hormone fluctuations can also cause frequent nighttime waking. With reduced sleep or poor sleep quality, a vicious cycle of poor mood and poor sleep can occur. This in turn increases stress levels and this can have an impact on the balance of hormones. 

Female Hormones and Mood

Changes in hormones throughout the month cause a range of symptoms that we often associate with being the premenstrual phase. When levels of oestrogen and progesterone are out of balance, the result can be that women experience many similar symptoms. This can include mood swings, feelings of irritability, anxiety and depression. The effects can be quite profound, and this can be very distressing, affecting a woman’s daily life and relationships to the point of being damaging. Healthy rebalanced levels of hormones can ease these symptoms.

Single Month Female Hormone Program
Monthly Recurring Female Hormone Program
12 Months Female Hormone Program

Click to Open and See What's Included

Female Hormones Assembled with Scalar Light

 

Female Hormones Assembled

  1. androstenedione
  2. estradiol
  3. estriol
  4. estrone
  5. oxytocin
  6. progesterone
  7. follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)
  8. luteinizing hormone (LH)
  9. pregnenolone
  10. DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone)
  11. testosterone
  12. human growth hormone
  13. creatine (amino acid)
  14. zinc

Essential Amino Acids Assembled via Scalar Light

  1. Histidine
  2. Isoleucine
  3. Leucine
  4. Lysine
  5. Methionine
  6. Phenylalanine
  7. selenocysteine
  8. Threonine
  9. Tryptophan
  10. Valine

Non-Essential Amino Acids Assembled via Scalar Light

  1. Alanine
  2. Arginine
  3. Asparagine
  4. Aspartic acid
  5. Beta-alanine
  6. Carnitine
  7. Citrulline
  8. Cysteine
  9. Cystine
  10. Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA)
  11. Glutamine
  12. Glutamic acid
  13. Glycine
  14. Hydroxyproline
  15. Ornithine
  16. Proline
  17. Serine
  18. Taurine
  19. Tyrosine

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