Bio-identical Hormone Replacement
at Vero Derm Aesthetic & Wellness Center
Your hormones are one of the most important regulatory systems embedded in your body. They act as messengers, designed to interact with specific target cells and organs and provoke a change or result. As we age, hormone production changes and hormonal imbalance can occur. Unbalanced hormones can have a variety of side effects and symptoms.
See if you may suffer of Hormone inbalance
Hormone Imbalance in Women
Many women will experience a hormone imbalance and not even realize it. Symptoms can range from subtle to debilitating and are often masked by medications that are prescribed for anxiety, depression, insomnia, weight gain, and more. Having your hormones checked regularly will reveal whether your hormones are optimized. The good news – Vero Derm is here to help. Learn more about female hormones and imbalance signs here.
What Causes a Hormone Imbalance in Women?
Hormone imbalance in women can occur as part of the natural aging process and may reflect genetic predispositions for certain conditions. However, hormone balance is affected by the food we eat, exercising and the amount of stress we experience.
What is the Endocrine System?
The endocrine system is a series of glands that produce and discrete hormones throughout the body. Did you know that hormones do a lot more than regulate mood and sexuality? They determine whether you will be at risk for diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, Alzheimer’s, and thyroid disease. Learn more about the endocrine system and hormone imbalance below.
What Conditions Can Hormone Imbalance Cause?
When you have an imbalance in the endocrine systems, you have the endocrine disease which is a hormone imbalance. This means that there is either too much or too little women hormone being produced somewhere within the endocrine system. Issues regarding this:
Menstrual cycles, breast abnormalities can stem
Metabolism problems come from issues with the thyroid gland
What Female Hormone Imbalance Therapies Exist?
There are three paths when choosing any course of medical treatment. The first is the easiest, doing nothing and hoping that you will feel better. The second is going the conventional medicine route and being told your hormones are normal and getting your symptoms fixed by medication, after medication, after medication. The third is to consider the perspective of preventative medicine by optimizing your hormones. Patients report that one of the most effective methods of regaining hormonal balance they have tried is through bio-identical hormone replacement therapy pellets. Pellets can be inserted in a few minutes and are virtually painless. Within seven to ten days after your pellet insertion, Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) begins to work, and our patients are back to their active lifestyles. They are natural, last three to six months and are available for you to try today.
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Hormone Imbalance in Men
Learn more about the symptoms of hormone imbalance in men below and then contact Vero Derm at 813.862.1553 for a consultation to start on your return journey to wellness.
What are the symptoms of hormone imbalance in men?
Some of the symptoms of hormone imbalance in men include:
Decrease Sexual Performance
Inability to Maintain Muscle Mass
Some of the nonreproductive physical symptoms of hormonal imbalance in men include:
Unstable Blood sugar
Low Blood Pressure
The reproductive symptoms of hormonal imbalance in men can include:
A Loss of Interest in Sexual Activity
These are very serious symptoms that may stem from a variety of serious conditions in addition to hormonal imbalance. Talk with your doctor to confirm that the source of these problems is not from another condition.
What male hormone imbalance therapies exist?
There are three paths when choosing any course of medical treatment. The first is the easiest, doing nothing and hoping that you will feel better. The second is going the conventional medicine route and being told your hormones are normal and getting your symptoms fixed by medication after medication after medication. The third is to consider the perspective of preventative medicine by optimizing your hormones.