Natural Treatments of Hormone Imbalance


Registered Acupuncturist

An Ancient Science With Modern Implications

Acupuncture can be used to restore hormonal balance, regulate

energy level, smooth emotions, help manage sleep and menstrual

problems, restoring immune functions and balancing the productions

and release of hormones. Acupuncture is so helpful in the treatment

of endocrine disorders, as they focus on balancing all of the glands.

Acupuncture treatments work towards improving the patients overall

health and well being.

Doctor Helen He is a Registered Acupuncturist and Chinese

Medicine Practitioner has been working over 30 years as an

acupuncturist in Beijing, United Kingdom and Hong Kong. She is a

registered Acupuncturist and Chinese medicine practitioner in Hong

Kong. She is a recognized acupuncture provider for some major

insurance companies.

Hormone Imbalance Treatments

Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine work to restore

hormonal and emotional balance and overall vitality to women

during any stage of their journey. Make an appointment with Dr

Helen He for your Hormone Imbalance Treatments.

Hormones are chemical messengers that impact the way your

cells and organs function. It’s normal for your levels to shift at

different times of your life.

Hormonal balance is vital to a healthy, cancer-free mind and body, but

can be disrupted in many ways. Hormone fluctuations occur naturally,

such as in puberty, menopause and perimenopause. Hormone

imbalance may also be caused by toxins or an unbalanced lifestyle.

Some Steps To Balance Hormones


1. Swap Carbs for Healthy Fats

2. Use Adaptogen Herbs

3. Address Emotional Imbalances

4. Use Essential Oils

5. Supplement to Fill Nutritional Voids

6. Beware of Medications and Birth Control

7. Exercise and Get More Sleep

8. Eliminate Toxic Kitchen, Beauty and Body Care Products.

9. Improve Gut Health & Heal Leaky Gut Syndrome

10. Balance Your Intake of Omega-3 to Omega-6 Fats.

Some Symptoms of Hormonal Imbalances

1. Infertility and irregular periods

2. Weight gain or weight loss (that’s unexplained and not due to

3. intentional changes in your diet)

4. Depression and anxiety

5. Fatigue

6. Insomnia

7. Low libido

8. Changes in appetite

9. Digestive issues

10. Hair loss and hair thinning

For women in menopause, hot

flushes (power surges) and night

sweats can be greatly reduced

to make this time of transition much

more comfortable. Doctor Helen

He’s Treatment focuses on stopping

excessive sweating and restoring


A woman’s body goes through

many different hormonal cycles in

the course of a lifetime.

These changes start at puberty with

menstruation, then again with

pregnancy, and eventually

through menopause.

Contact Details

Doctor Helen He

Registered Acupuncturist &

Chinese Medicine Practitioner

9th Floor, 1 Duddell Street,

Central, Hong Kong SAR

Phone : +852-2537 6898


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