Aging can be a scary prospect. In addition to the general stress and pains of growing old, we go through a number of physical and mental changes. For women, menopause is a major concern while men deal with andropause and low testosterone.
Many age-related issues are the result of hormonal imbalance. Your body has a complex collection of glands called the endocrine system. Each of these glands generates crucial hormones, such as testosterone, estrogen and progesterone. Excessive or reduced levels of these hormones can wreak havoc on your system.
BHRT is a way to fight aging and balance your hormones. It does this with the use of chemically and biologically identical hormones. This makes BHRT a better choice than conventional hormone replacement therapy, which uses synthetic hormones.
The natural hormones used in BHRT can be administered with a number of delivery methods. They include:
Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy generally falls into two categories: BHRT for Women and BHRT for Men.
Many women seek bio-identical hormone replacement as a way to combat menopause. After women hit a certain age, their body goes through this drastic change. Menopause can also be caused at any age by a woman who has received a hysterectomy.
Some of the more alarming signs and symptoms of female hormonal imbalance include:
Just as women suffer from menopause, men deal with andropause. Andropause is often synonymous with low testosterone. As a man ages, his testosterone levels drastically decrease and lead to the condition called Low-T.
Low testosterone symptoms include:
Regardless of the delivery method, men and women who are treated with bioidentical hormone replacement therapy see noticeable results.
Those treated with BHRT can see:
For more information about BHRT, call (732) 807-2499
Toll Free: (800) 506-6716.
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