All posts tagged Hormone imbalance

What Is BHRT?

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy, or BHRT, treats men and women who suffer from hormone imbalance.  Bioidentical hormones are artificial hormones that come from plant estrogens. They are custom-made to be chemically identical to the hormones produced by the human body.

For many women, the typical peri-menopausal or menopausal symptoms of hot flashes, mood swings and sleep disruption are debilitating. BHRT has been proven an effective treatment for these women.

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When Should I Start Using Anti-Aging Treatments

There is no magic age at which you should start using anti-aging treatments. For many, the natural aging process really seems to kick in sometime in your 40s, when your hormone levels begin to decline. But, for some, effects from hormone imbalance can be felt at any time. This means the best time to start using anti-aging treatments could be now.

If you’re considering anti-aging treatments, we encourage you to look into whether BHRT (bioidentical hormone replacement therapy) is right for you. Bioidentical hormones are derived from plant estrogens.  They are made to be identical in molecular structure to the hormones your body naturally produces.

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Save Your Marriage Using Only Hormone Therapies

Because hormonal imbalances suffered during PMS, peri-menopause, menopause, and andropause (known as male menopause) impact your emotions, mental health, and physical well-being, they can wreak havoc on your relationships, especially your marriage.

Think about it. Have you ever had a heated argument with your partner that, in retrospect, seemed out of proportion to the situation? Has your partner ever complained about how your foul moods impact their feelings of affection toward you? Do you ever feel that despite a deep sense of love, attraction, and affection toward your partner, you’re just plain not interested in sex anymore?

It’s entirely possible that issues like these are not the result of lack of communication, respect, or attraction. Instead, they could be the result of a hormonal imbalance.

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