Hormonal imbalance is a very common issue for women as we get older. Health conditions including thyroid disorders, menopause, and low sex drive are all linked to out-of-balance hormone levels. The symptoms of hormonal imbalance can be life-altering. These symptoms can include mood swings, insomnia, weight gain, and hair loss. Thanks to bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) treatments, women who are suffering from symptoms of hormone imbalance can now find relief – including better health and a higher quality of life. The treatments can safely and effectively restore a woman’s hormone balance with a comprehensive treatment plan. Symptoms of Hormone Imbalance in Women Hormones have an important role in many bodily processes. Your hormones affect your heart rate, metabolism, appetite, sleep patterns, sexual
Menopause - Whats So Scarey? Many women dread the thought of menopause because they have "bought into" two common misapprehensions. The first is believing the "horror stories" they heard from their mothers and friends about the awful symptoms women must endure when they go through the "changes". Fortunately, not every woman will suffer with menopausal symptoms and many women pass through menopause without more than a few hot flashes. The second misconception is that there is no safe and effective treatment for menopausal symptoms should the symptoms become so intolerable that they interfere with the quality of life. It is safe to say that there is both effective and safe hormonal replacement therapy to alleviate suffering during menopause. The form of hormones and
You Are Tested Low In Hormones This one is pretty obvious, but not always acknowledged. Similar to the fact that doctors don’t give insulin to someone who doesn’t test with abnormal levels, doctors test to make sure that your levels are signaling a need for a hormone. If your body is producing a normal level of the hormone, there isn’t a reason to take it. Your body is producing a level that it is happy with, so let it be happy! Your doctor will be able to look at your other hormone levels and the standard levels for your age, to determine that your results are within a healthy range. Many people assume they are low in a hormone because of age
Defined as either having trouble getting an erection or maintaining an erection. According to recent studies, as many as 52% of men suffer from ED with 40 % being over the age of 40. Achieving an erection is a complex process involving the brain, hormones, nerves, muscles and blood circulation. Female Sexual Dysfunction Hypoactive sexual health desire is a common medical condition than affects both peri and post menopausal women. Symptoms include low sexual health desire and satisfaction with sexual health activity. Studies have shown chemical imbalances in the brain can be the cause of these unwanted symptoms. PT-141 increases both libido and improve overall sexual satisfaction by working directly on the part of the brain involved in sexual health desire. Women report
There has long been a need for new, innovative weight loss solutions. Sources estimate that 39 percent of adults worldwide are overweight and 13 percent of adults are obese. If you struggle to maintain your weight, you know how frustrating it can be. Extra weight not only affects your self-confidence, but it can lead to joint pain and increase your risk for chronic illnesses. Unfortunately, following a regular exercise and diet regimen can be a challenge, and many current medications have troubling side effects. Years ago, peptides were considered an option for weight-loss treatment but abandoned despite their enormous potential to help with type 2 diabetes and obesity as well as antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, and antiviral traits. Barriers—such as the human body’s
The number of men diagnosed with hypogonadism, commonly referred to as “Low T” has grown dramatically in recent years due to an increasing awareness of the importance of hormones in a man’s health and wellbeing. Research shows that about 1 out of 4 men over the age of 30 may have low testosterone. Circulating testosterone levels decline progressively with age, starting in the second and third decade of life. Testing for testosterone deficiency requires a comprehensive understanding of the intricacies of hormone balance before one makes a commitment to what may be lifelong therapy.