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What hormones affect acne - get rid of hormonal acne

Acne and hormones One of the reasons for causing acne is the hormonal background. Many have heard such a statement from the lips of experts, but very few people understand the true mechanism, as a result of which, due to a change in the amount of hormones on the skin of the face and body, there are annoying rashes and inflammatory reactions. What are hormonal acne? Is it possible to pass tests for hormones in acne and how will the results affect the treatment process? Questions in patients are becoming more and the answers are sometimes difficult to find. We will try to understand as much as possible the mechanism of origin and methods of treatment of such acne.


The level of hormones in the body

Experts argue that the factors that contribute to the development of acne are different body conditions associated with

  • Cerebral cortex;
  • With glands of internal secretion;
  • The adrenal glands;
  • Hypothalamus;
  • Ovaries;
  • and etc.

Each of these organs and glands can cause changes in the habitual hormonal background, which ultimately leads to the formation of acne. This is due to a change in the activity of secretion of the sebaceous glands, and also important is the change in the consistency of the secret secreted by the sebaceous glands. More dense skin fat is much more difficult to release from the sebaceous ducts. The result of this thickening process is not only the accumulation of secretion of the sebaceous glands inside the duct, but also with the passage of time an infectious agent that can cause the development of the inflammatory process joins.

Acne in women

Very often acne in women is associated with the phase of the menstrual cycle . The skin reacts very easily to changes in the blood amount of steroid hormones. This is the reason for their "sudden" appearance 2-5 days before the start of menstruation. And if some people limit themselves to just a couple of small pimples, then women who are predisposed to acne are much worse.

On the other hand, if acne on the face is observed in 16-18 years, then do not worry much about the violation of the hormonal background. But if the situation has not changed and to 28 - 30 years, then it is worth a thorough examination. Most likely, that the formation of these rashes is directly related to various diseases of the gynecological sphere:

  • Polycystic ovary;
  • Hormonal imbalance due to inflammatory reactions.

Also, the appearance of acne can contribute to abortion, which calls for a serious imbalance of hormones in the body. The interruption of pregnancy becomes a strong stress for the body, as a result of which the hormonal background is almost completely "knocked off". Only after a fairly long time, the ideal ratio of all hormones is established. And in some cases, the stress is too strong and specialists need help to correct the background.

When pregnancy is also noted, the appearance of acne. But these are rather isolated cases than the rule.

Teenage Acne

The formation of teenage pimples young people are obliged to all the same hormones. Increased levels of androgen stimulates active production of sebum. Leading to blockage of the ducts of the sebaceous glands. It is worth noting that the level of androgens is great in adolescence, not only in boys, but also in girls.

It should be noted that heredity has an important role in the formation of vulgar acne. If one of the parents in adolescence was diagnosed with acne, the likelihood of a similar situation in the child is much higher. If both parents suffered from acne, then you should carefully consider the diet and lifestyle of your child. After all, the chances of the appearance of vulgar acne during puberty in a teenager are too great.

At the first signs of acne and comedones should consult a specialist. A dermatologist and endocrinologist will be able not only to diagnose the cause, but also to appoint a competent course of treatment. In especially neglected cases, it will be possible to prescribe a hormone cream for acne. A balanced diet and clean skin will help cope with acne.

Interrelation of insulin and acne

In consultations with specialists, many people hear doctors' recommendations to reduce the amount of sugar consumed. What is the reason for such a statement and how is the decrease in sweet contributes to the cleansing of the skin?

In fact, everything is very simple. Once in the body, the sugar undergoes cleavage under the influence of insulin. But the decrease in insulin occurs due to the transfer of complex carbohydrates into fat molecules. A fatty food causes an increase in activity of the sebaceous glands. It turns out a vicious circle, at the end of which again there are clogged sebaceous ducts and the subsequent inflammatory process.


Treatment

In order to get rid of hormonal acne should not just maintain the ideal skin condition and adjust your diet. In this situation, this is too little.

To get rid of acne and get even and matte skin will require more radical measures. It is necessary to undergo examination by a gynecologist and an endocrinologist, and also determine by means of laboratory tests which hormones provoke the appearance of acne in your specific case.

Only after the specialist appoints drugs and the cause causing the imbalance of the hormonal background is removed, one can expect the normalization of the sebaceous glands. Do not need to tune in to the lightning effect of taking the first hormone drug pill. It will take some time to stabilize the hormonal background. If the cause of imbalance is polycystic ovary or changes in the adrenal glands, then prolonged treatment or surgery may be required.


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