Bio-identical hormone replacement for women: Achieving the highest quality of health

The following is an excerpt from an article written by our own Jennifer Nicholson in Florida Weekly’s July 2016 edition…

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Women’s hormone levels gradually begin to decline between the ages of 30 to 35. The most common hormones to decline are estrogen, progesterone, thyroid hormone, testosterone and human growth hormone. This hormonal imbalance can lead to a variety of symptoms such as weight gain, hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, increased fat deposits, vaginal dryness and loss of sex drive. Other very common symptoms include anxiety and/ or depression, fatigue and weakness, insomnia, loss of lean muscle mass, decreased bone strength, hair loss, dry or thinning hair, changes in skin appearance and memory loss… just to name a few!

Hormonal correction will improve and/or resolve these symptoms as well as support bone formation, decrease the risk for heart disease, improve cholesterol and heart health, improve liver function, promote disease prevention and an overall improved quality of life.

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