Puerto Rico Bioidentical Hormones Expert Discusses the Negative Effects of Stress for Diabetics

Diabetes Raises the Risk of Stress-Induced Cognitive Decline

Stress prompts the release of cortisol, a corticosteroid hormone that is produced the adrenal glands that sit atop the kidneys. Cortisol is the body’s “fight or flight” response to stress and helps the give the metabolism a much needed boost in times of peril. However, when produced in large quantities, cortisol can wreak havoc on the body and many of the body’s biological processes.

 

When cortisol levels are out of range, it’s common for women and men to experience symptoms commonly associated with hormonal imbalances such menopause or andropause (the male menopause).

 

 

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