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Hormone Continues to be the driving force of health as aging women are transitioning out of their fertile years.

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What Is Menopause?

Menopause is a widely-known condition of hormone imbalance and rapidly becoming the most common as the number of women over 50 even as early as their late 40 in Asia. Menopause is the top reason women seek hormone therapy. 

Menopause often begins in a woman's late 40s to early 50s, when the ovaries cease producing eggs and stop the subsequent release of hormones that initiates the monthly menstrual cycle. Perimenopause is the stage just before menopause when a woman's menstrual cycles begin to become irregular and may be affected by the symptoms similar to menopause. A woman is considered menopause when their menstrual cycle has been absent for 12 consecutive months. Perimenopause and menopause both leave many women struggling with their health, well-being, and even their sense of self. It's hard to resume normal living when plagued by disruptive symptoms like hot flashes, anxiety, weight gain, and fatigue. Some women may also be affected by more serious conditions such as endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), or cancer that can intensify the menopausal experience. 

Hormone levels change dramatically during menopause, including the uncomfortable symptoms commonly associated with the condition. Hormones control almost every aspect of the body from temperature regulation to metabolism to the sleep cycle, so it's no wonder that during menopause most women experience a wide range of frustrating issues. In reality, menopause doesn't have to be so miserable! Restoring balance to your hormone levels can minimize or even reverse the symptoms. 

Symptoms Treated by BHRT

Whether it's a thyroid disorder, menopause, or chronic fatigue - the symptoms of hormone imbalance are vastly similar. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms below, you can find relief with BHRT treatment:

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  • Low Libido

  • Impaired Sexual Function

  • Hot Flashes 

  • Night Sweats 

  • Vaginal Dryness 

  • Lower Energy Levels

  • Mood Swings 

  • Depression 

  • Anxiety 

  • Irregular Sleep Patterns

  • The decline in Mental Clarity

  • Higher Incidence of Injury or Illness

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  • Slower healing in illness or injury 

  • Unexplained weight gain 

  • Increases in body fat 

  • Loss of lean muscle mass 

  • Loss of body strength

BHRT Treatment for Women

BHRT is among the fastest-growing and most effective treatment options for women suffering from hormonal imbalance. Bio-identical hormones are derived from plants and designed to mimic the structure and function of natural human hormones. This feature, not classically observed with the use of synthetic hormones, make bio-identical hormones a safer, more effective solution to conditions of hormone imbalance. Because bioidentical hormones are replicas of natural human hormones, they fit hormone receptors within the body, just like a key fits into a lock. This "perfect fit" ensures that each patient achieves balance and the function of the affected body system is optimized. 


Increase Libido

Testosterone is not just the "manly hormone." It is also the hormone of desire. When testosterone levels decline, so does a woman's libido. A carefully administered and comprehensive testosterone therapy plan can revive sexual desire and lead to better orgasms and increased sexual stamina.

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More Energy

Who doesn't want more energy? Testosterone plays a role in sustaining energy levels in both men and women. It helps build and maintain muscle, fueling the body to perform longer and stronger feeling throughout the day. 

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Improved Mood

Low levels of testosterone are commonly linked to mood swings, depression, and irritability that many women experience around mid-life. Restoring natural levels of testosterone with BHRT can help stabilize mood and improve overall well-being. 


Protected Cardiovascular System

Balance hormones support a strong heart and well-functioning blood vessels that transport oxygen and nutrients throughout the body. Research has shown BHRT could minimize the plaque build-up associated with high cholesterol that increases the risk of heart attack or stroke. 

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