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Can Stress Cause Harmones To Falter
Stress affects most people in some way. Acute (sudden, short-term) stress leads to rapid changes throughout the body. Almost all body systems (the heart and blood vessels, immune system, lungs, digestive system, sensory organs, and brain) gear up to meet perceived danger. These stress responses could prove beneficial in a critical, life-or-death situation. Over time, however, repeated stressful situations put a strain on the body that may contribute to physical and psychological problems. Chronic (long-term) stress can have real health consequences and should be addressed like any other health concern. Fortunately, research is showing that lifestyle changes and stress-reduction techniques can help people learn ...Read more
Can daily stress be a major cause of male hair loss? Does it increase the male hormone? Can hair grow back?
Stress can result in many effects including hair shedding on anybody- male or female, Stress can also elevate cortisol levels that in turn can lower testosterone. Hair can grow back if the underlying issues are addressed.
http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/hair-loss/basics/definition/con-20027666 ...Read more
What can cause hypothalamic amenorrhea without stress/exercise/eating disorders? My hormone profile doesn't match pcos, but my periods are irregular.
Which hormone (s) are produced/released by crying? Does the release of these substances help alleviate stress/anxiety & if so, how?
Benefits of Crying:
Crying stimulates the production of Endorphins, our body’s “feel-good” hormones.”
Emotional tears contain stress hormones which get excreted from the body through crying. They contain Adrenocorticotropic hormone to relieve anxiety and stress.
Crying resolves feelings of grief, feeling overwhelmed or frustrated.
Crying is an outlet for intense emotional sensations- agony, surprise or joy.
20, male. Very short 5'7. severe untreated apnea, low hormone, stress alot, I look old and ugly. But don't wanna do COSM surgery. Will I ever find love?
My dr said I have low cortisol levels. I know its a stress hormone and it refulates metabolism but what else could happen?
Verify diagnosis: Low cortisol production (adrenal insufficiency) is a rare disorder (though commonly diagnosed by alternative physicians). You should see an endocrinologist to verify if you truly have this problem. The major symptoms of people with true adrenal insufficiency is loss of appetite, nausea, weight loss, low blood pressure. Weakness/tiredness also occurs but those symptoms can be due to other reasons. ...Read more
No: In fact, it will decrease stress hormone levels. Steroids mimic your body's stress hormones, so your body stops producing its own. This is why it's important to taper off of steroids slowly so that your body has a chance to start producing stress hormones again - otherwise your body would go into shock. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is burnout? Stress hormone related changes OR weakened adrenals due to long period of stress or something else?
I recommend that you get an appointment to see a Psychologist. If things work out over time that's great. If not the Psychologist will refer you to a relevant doctor.
Please let me know what develops. ...Read more
I have severe acne for the past 4 month due to stress and hormone unbalance. I'm prescribed with vitamin H but it doesn't help. What else can I take?
Find other physician: "Vitamin H" (biotin) is an inappropriate choice for acne treatment. Acne is not caused by stress, and your hormonal milieu might be managed by going on the oral contraceptive pill, getting more exercise, and/or some other intervention. Bad acne requires topical benzoyl peroxide and/or retinoic acid plus prescription-strength meds (antibiotic, spironolactone and/or isotretinoin). Get seen soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have had prickling and itching for 3 yrs mainly to face arms and torso which varies in intensity with stress level, hormone fluctuation. Help?
Orphan sensations: It sounds like you need to sit down with a patient dermatologist and get to the bottom of your sensations! It will take time and may not yield a diagnosis but there is always something that can be done. ...Read more
I have had spotting for almost a year. 2 CM fibroid shown in trans vag scan. Very stressed at work. Brown or red and not mid cycle. Hormone imbalance?
Spotting: These set of symptoms do point toward a hormone imbalance but the problem may be in hormones affected by your increased stress. You need to seek out someone who will do a thorough evalualtion on you including a detailed look at your hormones. Ideally this should include a look at your stress hormones as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
21 and trouble maintaining erection without constant foreplay, even during porn and masturbation. Heart checked, hormone levels fine. Stress?
Most likely: In young men, erectile dysfunction is most likely due to stress from various sources, whether social, relationship, school/academics, financial, cultural, religious etc. You've already completed evaluation for middle age guy so unless you're taking more than just Anusol, it's most likely from stress, unless you smoke, in which case, you should quit, or drink to excess (same recommendation). ...Read more
"SUI": Stress urinary incontinence (sui) is when physical movement like heavy lifting, coughing, or sneezing causes accidental leaks of urine. It happens when there is poor function in the pelvic muscles that support the bladder or control the release of urine. This can result from childbirth, pregnancy, or pelvic surgery. For more, see http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/stress-incontinence/ds00828. ...Read more
Very rare: By itself, stress (actually dis-tress, when a person cannot or will not solve a pressing problem) contributes to disease, but causes death by itself only in extreme situations (i.e., torture). There is a "pop" notion that in, say, a fatal fall from a high place that the heart stops before impact and the decedent feels nothing; it's not true but comforts survivors. ...Read more
Sure can: This is the classic picture of "swooning" from screen and stage where the character, upon receiving some startling or otherwise dramatic news, faints, with dramatic music in the background, of course. In real life, this is caused by a drop in blood pressure due to a vasovagal response brought on by a strong emotional reaction. Very common and generally harmless (unless you hit your head!). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer