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Too little estrogen can lead to a person feeling depressed and confused. The loss of estrogen also hinders short-term memory, critical thinking, and other cognitive functions. These issues continue to worsen during perimenopause when estrogen levels fluctuate wildly and during menopause when the hormone production is at its lowest.

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When estrogen is balanced , it calms you and brings feelings of peacefulness, tranquility and even promotes quality of sleep. However, when they are imbalanced or when the relaxation hormone drops too dramatically. This evolves into a series of intense spikes and dramatic drop-offs that disrupt important brain processes and make you anxious and irritable.



When acute stress hits, the adrenals release a number of hormones as part of your “fight-or-flight response.” When the danger subsides, your body’s processes and returns back to normal. Meaning your muscles become relaxed, your breathing and heart rate slows down to their usual rate, and your adrenals reduce stress hormone production. When hormones are imbalanced, it may overwhelm your body and lead to brain health/mental health issues.

Its not your fault, its your Hormones

Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and overall well-being. It affects how we feel, think, and react. It also determines how we handle stress, relationships with others, and make good decisions. Hormones are chemical messengers produced in the body that control and regulate the activity of certain cells or organs. 


When your hormones are healthy, you tend to feel vibrant and energetic. However, when your hormones that affect your brain neurohormones are imbalanced, you may experience symptoms that change the way you feel, think and act in negative ways. It also makes you more susceptible to conditions like anxiety, depression, and even psychosis. Nomeno is formulated to balance your hormones which aids in managing your mood and promoting calmness.