Brain Fog slows you down and destroys productivity on the job?
Fatigue or exhaustion turn basic tasks like laundry or grocery shopping into grueling chores?
With so little energy, hobbies become a luxury you just can't afford?
Socializing and recreational activities feel impossible under the burden of extra weight
You could have an hormone imbalance!
OUR ROOT CAUSE APPROACH
Our approach to treat hormone imbalance is different! Instead of just reaching for the prescription pad, we look at the factors that could be the cause of your symptoms, then we get to work to resolve those issues and get you back to feeling like yourself again.
We initiate the process by doing a comprehensive assessment of your hormone levels, focusing on replacing only those hormones which are deficient, thereby restoring balance.
Bio-identical hormones precisely match the ones your body naturally produces. These hormones can be obtained in FDA-approved forms from standard pharmacies or customized preparations from a compounding pharmacy. The term "bio-identical" means that these hormones are an exact match to the ones your body naturally used to make.
During treatment, we repeat labs to check your levels, assess your symptoms and adjust therapy as needed.
Potential Causes Of Hormone Imbalances
Hormone imbalances are usually the cause of a multitude of factors including but not limited to:
Food sensitivities: It is believed that almost 1 in 3 women might experience an immune response to everyday foods that you regularly consume, leading to inflammation and subsequent hormone imbalances.
Gut Flora: Its quite common to have an imbalance in the gut microbiome, too little of the good bacteria and overgrowth of the bad bacteria. An imbalance in your gut bugs can cause an imbalance in your hormones.
Inflammation: Inflammation from any cause can lead to various hormone imbalances, especially with cortisol and insulin.
Stress: This is a huge cause of hormone imbalances due to the effect of cortisol (your main stress hormone) on all your other hormones.
Lifestyle Factors: Poor nutrition (especially too much sugar), lack of exercise or sleep can affect hormone levels in profound ways.
Age: As we age, our bodies naturally start to produce less and less hormones.
DON'T WAIT ON YOUR LIFE ANYMORE
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