While many hormonal imbalances aren’t preventable, hormone therapy can help to optimize your overall health. Whether your hormone imbalance is being caused by a thyroid disorder, menopause or chronic fatigue, the symptoms can be vastly similar. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms below, you can find relief with hormone replacement therapy:
Hormone Replacement Therapy for Women
Symptoms Relieved by Hormone Therapy
- Lower energy levels
- Hot flashes
- Unexplained weight gain
- Chronic acne
- Hair loss or thinning
- Decline in mental clarity
- Mood swings
- Vaginal dryness
- Low sex drive
- Impaired sexual function
- Night sweats
- Irregular sleep patterns
Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) is among the most effective treatment options for women suffering from hormonal imbalances. Bioidentical hormones are derived from plants and designed to mimic the structure and function of natural human hormones. This quality is not observed with the use of synthetic hormones making bioidentical hormones a safer solution to improve hormone imbalances. Because bioidentical hormones are replicas of natural human hormones, they match hormone receptors within the body. This match allows for each patient to achieve the balance and function needed.
Testosterone aids in sustaining energy levels for women. It helps to build and maintain muscle mass while providing the body with energy to take on each day.
Testosterone is not just for men – it is the hormone of desire for women too. When testosterone levels decline, it can affect a woman’s libido. A comprehensive testosterone therapy plan from our highly trained medical staff can rescue your sexual drive and lead to better orgasms and increased stamina.
Low levels of testosterone and other unbalanced hormones in women are commonly linked to unpleasant symptoms such as decreased energy, mood swings and weight gain. Replenishing your body’s natural levels of these hormones with bioidentical hormone therapy can help stabilize mood and improve overall well-being.
Protected Cardiovascular System
Research has shown that adequate levels of hormones may improve cardiovascular health and heart function. Women depend on testosterone to support a strong heart and blood vessels to transport oxygen and nutrients throughout the body. Hormone therapy can also help minimize the plaque build-up associated with high cholesterol that increases the risk of heart attack or stroke.