Hormonal Release

HORMONE RELEASE THE BOWEN WAY

It is a series of gentle, yet firm moves that empowers the body’s natural healing forces, allowing a free flow of energy around the spine, extremities and body organs. No extreme force is used, so any pain is minimised. Instead, you will feel the practitioner’s fingers and thumbs gently moving muscles and other soft tissues back into their correct state. Please note that due to the nature of the hormonal issues, some moves are performed around the groin area, e.g. pubic bone, ischial and ramus areas etc, and it is important that you are aware of this before treatment is conducted. You may feel a release taking place immediately, however the full effect of the treatment may take a little while. A couple of follow-up treatments is usually all that is needed to stabilise the initial corrections, although this will depend on the presenting problem.

Hormonal Release the Bowen Way can be used for helping to address many symptoms of the reproductive and neurological systems, many factors such as lifestyle, medication, thyroid problems and diabetes can cause an imbalance of hormones. Our hormonal systems have a lot to contend with, there is plenty we can do to help to keep them in balance but there is further help with Hormone Release–The Bowen Way, not just for women but for men too.

The symptoms of a hormonal imbalance depend on which glands and hormones are affected. Symptoms associated with the more common causes of hormonal imbalances include:

For Everyone
Incontinence/weak bladder/bed wetting
Digestive–IBS, bloating, constipation, diarrhoea, Crohns disease, acid reflux
Benefiting–stress, anxiety, posture, flexibility, energy levels, sleep, immune system, performance.
Unexplained weight gain or weight loss
Unexplained or excessive sweating
Difficulty sleeping
Changes in sensitivity to cold and heat
Very dry skin or skin rashes
Changes in blood pressure
Changes in heart rate
Brittle or weak bones
Changes in blood sugar concentration
Irritability and anxiety
Unexplained and long-term fatigue
Increased thirst
Depression
Headaches
Needing to go to the bathroom more or less than usual
Bloating
Changes in appetite
Reduced sex drive
Thinning, brittle hair
Infertility
Puffy face
Blurred vision
A bulge in the neck
For Women
Fertility–delay in conceiving
During pregnancy and after birth
Menopause–Hot flushes, mood swings, vaginal dryness, loss of libido, headaches
PMS–Period pain, irregular cycle, breast tenderness
Pudendal nerve problems–also for cyclists, restless leg syndrome
Hormonal imbalance–Endometriosis, fibroids, thyroid
Painful intercourse
Pregnancy–Back pain, morning sickness, cramping, depression, pubic symphysis, birth preparation.
Breast tenderness
Babies–colic, sleep issues, hip dysplasia, restlessness

For Men
Pudendal nerve problems–also for cyclists
Erectile dysfunction–loss/low libido, firmer erections
Enlarged prostate–frequent urination
Thyroid Imbalance
Fertility–support, low sperm count