Hormones are not just a female problem period!  So, PMS, fertility and menopause are on the agenda, but so are:  depression, anxiety, stress, foggy thinking, memory lapses, weight gain, weight loss, immunity, bone health, stamina, energy hormones affect us all physically, mentally and emotionally.

Hormones are your bodys chemical messengers, in other words they are signals for glands and tissues to do their work and they work as a system, not in isolation.  This means, that if you’re stressed, you can find yourself either reaching for a chocolate bar, a cake or a cookie (or perhaps all three!) to give you energy because your high stress hormone has made your blood sugar drop; or, if its the end of the day, you could be reaching for a glass of wine or a couple of beers to help you unwind.  Both of these activities are a form of self-medication: a response to make a somewhat unpleasant hormone action feel better.

So, if you wonder if your hormones are hijacking your life you might be right because hormones can sabotage your efforts to eat more healthily, to take more exercise and to stop feeling angry, stressed, depressed or anxious.

Hormone health is a truly holistic approach that supports you in your efforts to be the best person you can be!

Here is a why Hormones Are Important!

Please take a look around my site, explore the library where there are many of my published articles and take a look at my testimonials and case histories to find out what others have achieved.

Alyssa has published books and is regularly asked to provide seminars and lectures for health professionals and lay public.


The most valuable asset in life is your Self. The best investment you can ever make is in your health because with health, the dividend of life is the vitality to bring joy and success to your Self and those around you in a life fully lived.

Alyssa Burns-Hill


Why do I say clients and not patients?

I use the term client because I work in partnership with my clients to educate and inform them of aspects of health and well-being that are relevant to them, in a way that works for them.  Patients are, by definition, passive as they only receive medical care or treatment.