It has long been thought that hormonal imbalances are genetic, based on a person's family history and other physiological factors.
However, a more common cause of hormonal imbalances is actually lifestyle habits.
Factors like stress, poor nutritional habits, sedentary behavior, and sleep disruptions can all contribute to the development of hormonal imbalances by affecting various hormones in the body.
By identifying and addressing these behavioral causes, it is possible to reduce or eliminate hormonal imbalances through changes to diet and lifestyle.
Therefore, rather than being an inevitable part of our biology, hormonal imbalances are largely caused by our own choices and behaviors - making them both preventable and manageable.