The hormonal background determines us, especially for women. From adolescence to menopause, the rhythm of hormones dictates our mood, energy, beauty, and overall well-being. Unfortunately, women rarely pay attention to the role of hormones in their bodies. It is important to be able to listen to your body, which always gives us signals about its condition. Fatigue With the modern rhythm of life, the state of fatigue seems to be perceived as the norm. However, feeling tired can be a sign of hormonal changes. Of course, it happens that we get tired due to objective external reasons. However, if you notice a frequent lack of energy behind you, check your hormones. Thyroid, insulin, estrogen, progesterone, and adrenal hormones may be one reason. Insomnia Low levels of the hormone progesterone are known to cause insomnia at 3am. At the same time, low estrogen has been linked to night sweats and fever that interrupt sleep. Irritability If your loved ones notice a change in your mood, it may not just be a bad day at work or a traffic jam on your way home. Many women notice mood swings that correlate with specific days in their menstrual cycle. For example, premenstrual tearfulness and irritability are not the norm, but a typical manifestation of hormonal imbalance. Hair loss Changes in hair density or texture, along with hair loss, are indicators that hormones are out of whack. Fine hair on the top of your head can be a sign of thyroid disorders, while thin hair at the temples can indicate low levels of progesterone or estrogen.