TOP 3 Physiological Causes of Low Self-Esteem in Women

It is believed that young girls and women who have lit­tle life expe­ri­ence and who are only try­ing to feel sol­id ground under their feet are more often inse­cure: to under­stand, accept and love them­selves. In fact, low self-esteem is not always a psy­cho­log­i­cal rea­son. Self-con­fi­dence is affect­ed by age, lifestyle, nutri­tion, as well as pos­si­ble hor­mon­al dis­or­ders in women.

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It turns out that self-doubt due to hor­mon­al imbal­ance often vis­its women after 40 years. Hor­mon­al storms that rage dur­ing this peri­od are as pow­er­ful as dur­ing puber­ty or preg­nan­cy. This is one of the rea­sons.

But the fact that mature women in the prime of life inter­nal­ly return to a teenage “squeezed” state is often not sus­pect­ed by any­one around. And the woman her­self, who hides a girl who doubts her­self behind the feigned self-con­fi­dence of an expe­ri­enced lady, turns out to be, to put it mild­ly, not ready for this.

Vitamin complex

The sec­ond rea­son: a defi­cien­cy in the body of impor­tant sub­stances, for exam­ple: folic acid (greens and leafy veg­eta­bles are rich in it), vit­a­min C (a lot in rose hips, cur­rants, lemons) or tryp­to­phan (found in choco­late, bananas and meat). Who would have thought, but an unbal­anced and unhealthy diet leads to self-doubt. So, mon­i­tor the con­di­tion of the skin, nails, hair, the deplorable state of which can also indi­cate mal­func­tions in the body.

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Third­ly, some drugs some­times make us doubt our­selves and turn into pes­simists, in par­tic­u­lar rau­wolfia prepa­ra­tions, which are pre­scribed for hyper­ten­sion, and high dos­es of retinoids (nat­ur­al and syn­thet­ic ana­logues of vit­a­min A), they are rec­om­mend­ed by der­ma­tol­o­gists to those who have prob­lem skin. Antibi­otics and some antial­ler­gic drugs can also neg­a­tive­ly affect self-esteem.

PThere­fore, when start­ing a course of treat­ment, care­ful­ly mon­i­tor your psy­cho­log­i­cal well-being. Has it changed for the worse? Ask the doc­tor to pre­scribe anoth­er med­i­cine.

Help … flavors!

Neu­ropsy­chol­o­gists have found that the smells of cer­tain plants have the abil­i­ty to calm hor­mon­al storms and boost self-esteem.

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Essen­tial oils of orange, mar­jo­ram, basil, cin­na­mon, lemon­grass, juniper have such mirac­u­lous prop­er­ties. They inspire con­fi­dence in their own strengths and self-respect, relieve irri­ta­tion direct­ed inward.

And gera­ni­um and chamomile help to cope with an infe­ri­or­i­ty com­plex and depen­dence on some­one else’s opin­ion. Being clos­er to nature, relax­ing and not for­get­ting to enjoy life is the most pleas­ant solu­tion that will help increase self-esteem!

Author: Every­thing will be good

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