Whether male or female, your hormones may be a concern after the age of 35 or even younger. Bio-Identical Hormones are compounded to be as close to what our bodies produce naturally. We do not use synthetic hormones.
Amy Hiestand has spent many years treating both men and women through bio-identical hormone therapy as well as weight management and thyroid disorders. She utilizes herbal supplements with homeopathies as well as bio-identical hormones to help people achieve their health goals.
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Is Hormone Balancing Right For YOU?
- Are you gaining weight even though your eating habits haven’t changed?
- Are you feeling tired all of the time?
- Are you not recovering from exercise or seeing the benefits from exercise like you used to?
- Are you not feeling refreshed after a full night’s sleep (if you get a full night’s sleep)?
The symptoms of a hormonal imbalance can have a very detrimental effect on your life. You may feel tired all the time or have difficulty sleeping. You may experience hot flashes or night sweats, or your libido or even digestion may suffer.
There’s not a lot you can do to prevent hormonal imbalances – as you age, your hormone levels will fluctuate and decline. Once your hormones are in harmony again, those pesky symptoms will usually disappear.
BHRT – Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy for Women
Optimizing female hormone during menopause and perimenopause significantly improves the quality of life for women who are struggling with hot flashes, difficulty sleeping, anxiety, irritability, mood swings, fatigue and weight gain.
“After one day on bio-identical estrogen, I felt the veil lift,” Winfrey writes. “After three days, the sky was bluer, my brain was no longer fuzzy, my memory was sharper. I was literally singing and had a skip in my step.” Oprah Winfrey.
Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Men
As men age their Free, or bio available Testosterone begins to decline. This leaves many men feeling fatigued, unmotivated, losing muscle, and with decreased sex drive and performance. Untreated low testosterone contributes to the softening of bones, high cholesterol, and hypertension.
Medical Disclaimer: All information on this site is of a general nature and is furnished for your knowledge and understanding only. This information is not to be taken as medical or other health advice pertaining to your specific health and medical condition.