Hormones are related to the chemical elements that control the cells. They
decide how much food the cells should burn and break down, and then how much
energy is released. They also decide whether the cells of the body should
produce milk, hair, secretions, enzymes, or other things produced by metabolism.
It is also a very strong and potent molecule. Even one-third of a gram of
hormones can work, but they're so small that it's hard to spot them even with a
We can think of hormones as the chemical key to unlock (lock) metabolism.
When the key of hormones is turned, it stimulates the cells of the brain,
intestines, muscles, reproductive organs, and skin to work. In fact, all cells
in our body are in some way affected by the magic key of hormones.
Without hormones, the metabolic lock on human cells cannot be opened, and
cells cannot develop their full potential. If the hormone secretion is not
balanced, serious problems will occur in the body, such as personality changes,
loss of libido, restlessness, wilderness phobia, memory loss, insomnia, chills,
obesity, blood sugar problems, allergies, swelling, pain, inflammation, etc.