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ESTROGENS:

Estrogen Dominance Main

 

Estrogen Dominance is causing a myriad of health problems / symptoms in both women and men

•  Adrenal exhaustion

•  High blood pressure

•  Agitation / Anxiety / Panic disorders /Anger (unexplained)

•   Hypermenorrhea (heavy bleeding)

•  Aging accelerated

•  Hypoglycemia

•  Allergy symptoms (Asthma, hives, rashes, sinus congestion)

•  Increased blood clotting (risk of strokes)

•  Amenorrhea (skipped periods)

•  Infertility

•  Autoimmune disorders (increased risk) e.g. lupus erythematosis, thyroiditis, Grave's disease, possibly Sjogren's disease

•  Irregular /heavy bleeding

•  Bloating (water retention)

•  Irritability

•  Blood clotting excess (stroke)

•  Insomnia / Restless sleep

•  Blood clotting in lungs (i.e. pulmonary embolism)  

•  Blood sugar irregularities

•  Lethargy / Loss of esteem

•  Breast cancer(hormone-sensitive type)*

•  Magnesium deficiency

•  Breast cancer in men (6000/yr in U.S.)

•  Miscarriage (early)

•  Breast tenderness / swelling

•  Mood swings

•  BPH (Benign prostate hypertrophy)  (Enlarged prostate)

•  Obesity

•  Copper retention/excess

•  Osteoporosis (reduced osteoblast bone-building function)

•  Cervical dysplasia (abnormal cells)

•  Ovarian cancer (hormone-sensitive)

•  Chronic fatigue

•  Oxygen reduction to cells

•  Cold hands and feet (as thyroid dysfunction)

•  Pain in joints / muscles

•  Cyclical headaches / Migraine

•  Panic attacks

•  Decreased sex drive / libido

•  PMS

•  Depression with anxiety or agitation

•  Polycystic ovaries (PCOS)

•  Dry eyes

•   Premenopausal bone loss

•  Dry or coarse skin

•  Prostate cancer**

•  Early onset of menstruation

•  Restlessness

•  Early maturation in girls (breasts, pubic hair)

•  Sluggish metabolism / thyroid hormone activity interference

•   Endometriosis

•  Slurred or slow speech

•   Endometrial cancer risk increased

•  Sperm count reduced (up to 50%)

•  Erectile dysfunction / Impotency

•  Sweet craving

•  Fat gain, usually around abdomen, hips, thighs

•  Testicular tumors

•  Fatigue / low energy

•  Thyroid dysfunction mimicking hypothyroidism - makes thyroid receptor less sensitive to thyroid hormone.

•   Fibrocystic breast changes (FCC)

•  Uterine cancer (hormone-sensitive)*

•  Fibromyalgia

•  Uterine lining thickening

•  Foggy thinking / decreased cognitive ability

•  Uterine cramping

•  Gallbladder disease

•  Uterine fibroids / fibroid tumors

•  Gynecomastia(Enlarged breasts in men)

•  Vascular tone reduced

•  Hair loss / poor condition/ Male pattern baldness

•  Vertigo

•  Headaches/migraine

•  Weight gain (without explanation)

•  Heart disease (heart attack, stroke, blood vessel spasms, HBP, lowers blood-oxygen carrying capacity)

•  Zinc deficiency / loss (negatively affects immune system, soft tissue repair)

Note:   A woman suffering from high estrogen levels during menopause will usually have an estrogen reading of 200+ pg/ml.  

*    Increased risk of breast and uterine cancer.   Estrogen is thought to stimulate growth of those cells containing estrogen receptors by causing an increase in stimulatory growth factors (TGF-α) and a decrease in inhibitory growth factors (TGF-β). Dickson RB, Lippman ME, Estrogenic regulation of growth and polypeptide growth factor secretion in human breast carcinoma. Endocr Rev. 1987.

 

**   Certain estrogen metabolites are involved in prostate cancer.   2010 study found that The relative amounts of the 15 estrogens and estrogen metabolites in the urine of prostate cancer cases were similar to that of non-cancer patients with the exception of the estrogen metabolite 4-OHE1. Interestingly, it was also found that the estrogen metabolites considered harmful in breast cancer (16-KE2 and 17-epiE3) are secreted in higher amounts among those without prostate cancer and in lower amounts in those with prostate cancer. It was suggested that these metabolites may have a protective role in prostate cancer, which should be further explored. Ourania Kosti et al, Urinary estrogen metabolites and prostate cancer risk: A pilot study. The Prostate April 2011 Volume 71,Issue 5,pages 507-516 Wiley Online

References

Interview with Dr. Lee http://www.keepsmilin.com/transcriptdrlee.htm

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Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMFT)

   Electrotherapy

       "The medical kit of the future"

The Body Electric

General electrotherapy health benefits.   Used systemically and/or locally at specific problem areas of the body, its effective application has many benefits:

Detoxification Wellness / Healthy aging Pain relief 
Relief from insomnia Immune system restoral Anti-Inflammatory
Maximizes cellular energy production Accelerated tissue /bone
/scar healing
Stress Reduction
Muscle relaxation / rehabilitation Increased blood oxygen
/ circulation
+++

There are several reasonably affordable electrotherapy devices available for personal use. The following electrotherapies are those that have received a significant amount of positive feedback:

Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES) applies specific frequency patterns to the head area, with the following benefits:

Balances neurotransmitters Relieves pain Treats depression
Substance abuse withdrawal Relieves insomnia Relieve stress / anxiety
Anti-Inflammatory Fibromyalgia +++