These 7 hormones are very important for the our human body.

Important hormones for the our human body



haarmons shareer ke kuchh raasaayanik tatv hote hain jo rakt kee maadhyam se vibhinn angon mein pahunchate hain. ye shareer ke metaabaalijam ko niyantrit karane ka kaam karate hain. inake asantulan se hee kaee rog hote hain.

it is necessary to balance the hormones in our body. Hormones affect not only the body but also the brain and the emotions.

haarmons aapakee bodee mein sandeshavaahak ka kaam karate hain. shareer ka pratyek haarmon shareer ke angon tak jarooree soochanaayen pahunchaata hai jisase aapake mood, helth, vajan, paachan aur any svaasthy sambandhee baaten samajhane mein madad milatee hai. haarmons na sirph shareer kee vrddhi aur vikaas ko prabhaavit karate hain, balki narvas sistam kee gatividhiyon ko kantrol karate hain. sv sth rahane ke lie jarooree hai ki hamaare shareer mein haarmons ka santulan bana rahe. haarmons shareer ko hee nahin, mastishk aur bhaavanaon ko bhee prabhaavit karate hain.

7 hormones are very important for the our human body.


1. Thyroid Your cell's body needs thyroid hormones to function properly and to keep healthy. Thyroid gland produces a hormone that affects the mechanism of using energy in the body. Its deficiency leads to problems like depression, mental lethargy, constipation, skin irritation, sleep deprivation, and hair fall.

2. Progesterone purushon aur mahilaon donon mein svasth projesteron santulan kee jaroorat hotee hai. projesteron, atirikt estrojan ke prabhaav ko santulit karane mein madad karata hai. achchhe projesteron ke bina, estrojan haanikaarak aur niyantran se baahar ho jaata hai. isakee kamee se anidra, stanon mein dard, vajan badhana, sir dard, tanaav aur baanjhapan jaisee samasyaayen ho sakatee hain.

3. Leptin leptin haarmon ka utpaadan vasa koshikaon dvaara kiya jaata hai. leptin ka ek pramukh kaam oorja ke lie shareer kee vasa bhandaar ka upayog karane ke lie dimaag ko nirdesh dena hai. isakee kamee se dimaag mein proteen kee kamee ho jaatee hai aur nason se jude kaaryon par bhee prabhaav padata hai. yah ghrelin naamak bhookh dilaane vaale haarmon ke kaary ko prabhaavit karata hai jisase aapako lagaataar khaane kee ichchha hotee rahatee hai aur jyaada khaane kee vajah se mote hone lagate hain. yah bhee padhen: blaik kophee ke phaayade jaanakar aap ise jaroor peena chaahenge


4. cartisol Cartosol is an important hormone found in the adrenal gland. Fatigue in adrenaline is caused by the imbalance of cortisol. Adrenal fatigue is primarily a problem of brain tension. Its imbalance can lead to problems like sleeping, dizziness, weakness of nails, increased sugar intake and increased weight gain.

5. Estrogenestrojan ke teen roop estron(ai1), estraadiyol (ai2) aur estriyol(ai3) ka sahee anupaat mahilaon aur purushon donon ke lie mahatvapoorn hai. shodh ke anusaar estrojan ka star bigadane se hraday sambandhee beemaariyaan aur kainsar tak ho sakata hai. estrojan kee kamee ke kaaran yoni mein sookhaapan, seks ke samay dard, mootraashay mein sankraman aur dipreshan kee samasyaayen hotee hain. isakee adhikata se anidra, maigren, tejee se vajan ka badhana, pittaashay se judee samasyaayen aur mahilaon mein maahavaaree ke samay adhik rakt straav kee samasyaayen ho jaatee hai. yah bhee padhen:phoods jo kainsar se karenge phait
6. Testosterone Less testosterone in both men and women can usually be seen in behavior. Some studies have suggested that low testosterone in women is more likely to have reluctance, heart disease, and breast cancer due to sex. According to a study, due to low testosterone, mortality rates have also seen increase. Excess of testosterone can lead to acne, polycystic ovary syndrome, excessive hair on the face and hands, hypoglycemia, hair loss, infertility and ovarian cysts. While its deficiency leads to problems like weight gain, fatigue, irritability and premature ejaculation.

7. Insulin
Insulin hormone regulates the level of glucose in our blood and if it becomes less then its decrease increases the level of glucose in our blood and this condition produces diabetes. Whenever the amount of glucose increases in our blood, it tells the pancreatic gland that it releases the insulin hormone. Lack of insulin hormone causes problems like diabetes, fatigue, insomnia, weak memory and rapid weight gain.

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