Balancing your hormones through your mind –
Hormone Rebalance Specialist, London.


I have devised a 6 session hormone rebalance programme where we look at your most prominent symptoms and start working with those, trying to eliminate or decrease your symptoms. The programme runs over 3-6 months, depending on how well you are reacting to the work being done.

You will be asked to complete a daily tracker so that we can also see which hormonal symptoms are improving, worsening or totally disappearing.

You will also receive recordings of some of the sessions to aid your progress.


The results have been astonishing and you will feel like a younger, new you!

Please get in touch with me to discuss in more detail.



18 or Younger19-2930-3940-4950-5960-6970 or Older

If you are a female, please go to Question 3

If you are male, please go to Question 4

Do you suffer from any of the following conditions (please select all that apply)

1 PMS1 Insomnia1 Early miscarriage1 Painful and/or lumpy breasts1 Unexplained weight gain1 Cyclical headaches1 Anxiety1 Infertility2 Vaginal dryness2 Night sweats2 Painful intercourse2 Memory problems2 Bladder Infections2 Lethargic Depression2 Hot Flashes3 Puffiness & Bloating3 Cervical dysplasia (abnormal pap smear)3 Rapid weight gain3 Breast tenderness3 Mood swings3 Heavy bleeding3 Anxious Depression3 Migraine Headaches3 Insomnia3 Foggy thinking3 Red flush on face3 Gallbladder problems3 Tearful4 A combination of the symptoms in #1 and #35 Acne5 Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)5 Excessive hair on the face and arms5 Hypoglycemia and/or unstable blood sugar5 Thinning hair on the head5 Infertility5 Ovarian cysts5 Mid-cycle pain6 Debilitating fatigue6 Unstable blood sugar6 Foggy thinking6 Low blood pressure6 Thin and/or dry skin6 Intolerance to exercise6 Brown spots on face

Do you suffer from any of the following conditions (Please select all that apply.)

1 Weight loss1 Enlarged breasts1 Loss of muscle1 Lower stamina1 Lower sex drive1 Softer erections1 Fatigue1 Gallbladder problems2 Hair loss2 Headaches2 Prostate enlargement2 Breast enlargement2 Irritability2 Weight gain2 Puffiness/bloating

# As you will see from above check boxes, they have all been numbered, dividing them in to different groups. (Female 1,2,3,4,5 and 6 and Male 1 & 2)
If you have ticked 2 or more boxes in a specific group, you may have a hormonal imbalance.

Scroll to the bottom to find out the answers.

Please tick the boxes below If you have checked 2 or more boxes from above or if this does not apply to you

F1 - F6 (Women)
M1 - M2 (Men)

Symptom Group F1Symptom Group F2Symptom Group F3Symptom Group F4Symptom Group F5Symptom Group F6M1 Symptom GroupM2 Symptom GroupI have not ticked 2 or more boxes in a specific group



Progesterone deficiency: This is the most common hormone imbalance among women of all ages. You may need to change your diet, get off of synthetic hormones (including birth control pills), and you may need to use some progesterone cream and try saliva or blood testing for progesterone and estradiol.

Estrogen deficiency: This hormone imbalance is most common in menopausal women; especially if you are petite and/or slim. You may need to make some special changes to your diet and try saliva or blood testing for estradiol.

Excess estrogen: In women, this is most often solved by getting off of the conventional synthetic hormones most often prescribed by doctors for menopausal women. Once you're on a natural hormone regimen, you may want to get a comprehensive saliva or blood test.

Estrogen dominance: This is caused when you don't have enough progesterone to balance the effects of estrogen. Thus, you can have low estrogen but if you have even lower progesterone, you can have symptoms of estrogen dominance. Many women between the ages of 40 and 50 suffer from estrogen dominance. Try saliva or blood testing or just test for progesterone and estradiol.

Excess androgens (male hormones): This is most often caused by too much sugar and simple carbohydrates in the diet and is often found in women who have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Try saliva or blood hormone testing for progesterone, estradiol and testosterone.

Cortisol deficiency: This is caused by tired adrenals, which is usually caused by chronic stress. If you're trying to juggle a job and a family, chances are good you have tired adrenals. Try saliva or blood hormone testing for the Adrenal Function or one of the individual Cortisol tests.

You can also read about hormones in books by Dr. John R. Lee (you can find books from www.amazon.co.uk).

Thank you for taking the time to complete this short survey.

PLEASE NOTE: The above is just a guideline and for market research purposes only. If you are concerned about your hormones, please contact your doctor.

I am looking for three people to become part of a case study whereby you will receive treatment through hypnotherapy and NLP to help you balance your hormones.

Should you be interested, you can add your contact details below, for me to get in touch with you.

All information supplied will be treated as confidential.

Are you suffering from any of these symptoms?

If so, you could have a Hormone Imbalance and you can change it!

  • PMS
  • Insomnia
  • Early Miscarriage
  • Anxiety
  • Infertility
  • Night Sweats
  • Memory Problems
  • Bladder Infections
  • Lethargic Depression
  • Hot Flashes
  • Menopause
  • Puffiness & Bloating
  • Mood Swings
  • Anxious Depression
  • Migraine Headaches
  • Polycystic Ovaries
  • Irregular Menstrual Cycle
  • Thinning hair on head
  • Acne
  • Thin / Dry Skin
  • Low Blood Sugar
  • Debilitating Fatigue
  • Ovarian cysts
  • Unexplained Weight Gain
  • Thyroid problems
  • Unstable Blood Sugar
  • Excessive hair growth on body