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Hormone Optimization

Women and Hormones

As the female body ages it is increasingly unable to produce healthy levels of the hormones that her younger body once produced. Replacing the deficiency with natural or bio-identical hormones enables longevity with vitality. Symptoms related to hormone deficiency can be managed and often reversed by restoring the depleted hormones. Women treated for hormone deficiency report feeling younger with restored passion and zest for life.

Men and Hormones

As the male body ages it begins to decrease production of the primary male hormone. The symptoms of hormone deficiency are often attributed to aging and therefore not considered by many to be a treatable condition. Hormone deficiency is treatable with Bio-identical hormone (structurally identical to the hormone the body already produces).

Growth Hormone Replacement

The decline in human growth hormone levels is associated with several aging symptoms such as a lower energy level, lower libido, decreased muscle mass, increased body fat, a slower metabolism, skin aging signs, and more. These symptoms can be treated with Sermorelin/ GHRP 2/ GHRP 6 therapy, and some of the health benefits are seen more quickly than others. For instance, it may take a while before skin wrinkling and tone improves, but energy levels and libido can often improve much sooner than this. It also can take several weeks before patients start to see weight loss or improved muscle mass, but the effect does occur for a large number of patients. The changes in body composition can be substantial even if you don’t exercise, but if you do exercise you will get the most out of the treatment and may see very fast results

Thyroid Hormone

Many common problems such as fatigue, depression and difficulty losing weight can be due to low thyroid, however, many people, especially women, are not getting the treatment that would be of great benefit. This is because severely low thyroid levels are often not picked up by the standard TSH, T4, and T3 testing, which is the only testing done about 90% of the time.