Interested in learning more about bioidentical hormone replacement therapy for women in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida? Give us call to schedule a consultation!
When is it time for Bioidentical Hormone Therapy?
Women’s hormone levels gradually begin to decline between the ages of 30 to 35. The most common hormones to decline are testosterone, estrogen, progesterone, thyroid hormone and human growth hormone. This hormonal imbalance leads to a cascade of symptoms such as:
- Hot flashes
- Night sweats
- Mood swings
- Weight gain and increased fat deposits
- Vaginal dryness
- Loss of sex drive
- Anxiety and/or depression
- Fatigue and weakness
- Loss of lean muscle mass
- Decreased bone strength
- Hair loss and changes in skin appearance
- Memory loss
Hormonal correction will improve and/or resolve these symptoms as well as support bone formation, decrease risk for heart disease, improve cholesterol and heart health, improve liver function, disease prevention and improved quality of life.
Benefits of Sermorelin
Testosterone, estrogen and progesterone are not the only important hormones to balance and optimize. Growth hormone levels typically begin to decline at the age of 20. An alternative to human growth hormone is Sermorelin Acetate. It stimulates the pituitary gland to produce increased amounts of your own natural growth hormone.
Benefits of Sermorelin include:
- Reduced body fat and increased lean muscle mass
- Increased strength
- Increased energy
- Improved endurance and recovery time
- Improved sleep
- Enhanced immunity
- Improvement of skin, hair and nails
- Improved wound healing and decreased surgical recovery time
Women’s bioidentical hormone replacement therapy will be determined after the medical staff at Youthful Balance Medical Center of Palm Beach Gardens reviews the medical history and patient symptoms, physical exam, lab work and can be administered in the form of creams, pills and/or injections. The bioidentical hormone replacement therapy regimen will be a collaborative decision between you and the provider.