Hormonal Imbalances and Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy
Many people are suffering from hormonal imbalances and some may benefit from bioidentical hormone replacement therapy.
Your hormones have very powerful effects on all of your metabolic processes. If you have a hormone imbalance or a hormone deficiency, these problems could lead to a vast array of symptoms. Hormonal imbalance symptoms in women may include depression, anxiety, weight gain, premature aging, hair loss or abnormal hair growth, chronic fatigue, insomnia, menstrual problems and many more.
Hormone Imbalance Symptoms
Hormonal imbalance symptoms in men can include weight gain, premature aging, loss of libido, elevated blood pressure, heart disease, anxiety, depression, chronic fatigue and many more. In fact any symptom that you may experience could possibly have a hormonal connection.
Natural Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy
Natural bioidentical hormone replacement therapy has become a “hot” topic as so many men and women realize that proper hormone balance is vital to their well being. In fact, you cannot watch a sporting event on television without seeing an advertisement for low testosterone remedies.
However, before you begin hormone treatment, you may want to ask, “What causes hormonal imbalances in the first place?”
The answer to this question is variable and complex, but here are a few of the major causes:
There are some bioidentical hormone replacement doctors that will simply measure your hormones and replace those that are low. You can clearly see that this approach may not be optimal treatment for hormone imbalance.
At MD Wellness, we take a metabolically directed, holistic approach to the treatment for hormone imbalances. We always attempt to find the cause and treat the cause of your problem and employ natural hormone replacement therapy when appropriate to improve your overall health.
To learn more about MD Wellness and how to treat hormone imbalances, contact us today by giving us a call at (732) 268-7663 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.