7 ways hormones improve your quality of life

Recommended by Dr. Michael White, Updated on May 4th, 2015

7 ways hormones improve your quality of life

By KSL Local

February 5th, 2015 @ 2:12pm

Here at KSL Local, we are determined to help you find the best in regards to local information, services, restaurants and much more.

This week we've teamed up with the Family Wellness Clinic to talk about different ways hormones can improve your health.

It's a well known fact that hormones affect our metabolism, sex differentiation and libido. Hormones, however, have hundreds of other functions in our bodies as well estrogen alone has over 400 functions. The bottom line? Our lives are greatly affected by hormones.

We feel good when our hormones are balanced. When our hormones are low or imbalanced our bodies become fatigued, sick and dysfunctional. Below are seven functions of hormones that improve your quality of life.

Bones become less dense as they get older, both for women and men. This is due to the declining levels of the hormones estrogen and testosterone (Yes, women have testosterone, about 5-10 percent of what men have). Studies show that estrogen and testosterone will not only stop the bone loss, but will make the bones stronger.

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