Bioidentical hormones have been improving the quality of life for over eighty years. Large quantities of medical studies have shown huge improvements in physical, behavioral and general health. Our clients who suspect the onset of menopausal symptoms, naturally or due to surgery, should chat to our experienced hormone replacement professionals about this treatment option. BHRT treatment is suitable for women and men.
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What Are Bioidentical Hormones?
Bioidentical hormones are so-named due to their molecular architecture imitating naturally-created hormones in a female body. These plant-based compounds are available in a pellet dosage, which is currently delivering the best results, but can also be taken via other methodologies, such as:
- Drops or pills placed under the tongue
- Topical creams
The pellet therapy has a record of delivering more flatline results, whereas some patients have reported peaks and lows from other methodologies.
Getting The Hormone Balance Right
Everyone’s body has its own system for producing and distributing hormones as and when it needs them. Copying this invisible, silent system is complex which could account for why topical creams, tablets and patches are not sophisticated enough to release regulated hormone doses throughout your day aligned to your body’s needs.
The pellet methodology releases hormones at a regulated pace over twenty-four hours. The rice-grain sized pellet is administered into the fatty tissue under the skin: quarterly (women) or bi-annually (men). The treatment is released straight into your bloodstream and your unique circulation levels regulate the dissolving of the pellet, which gives a greater chance of mimicking the natural hormone demands of your body.
Can Anyone Use Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy?
A diverse set of hormone deficiency symptoms can be relieved with BHRT. The most commonly prevalent in males and females are:
- Irregular moods
- Bloated abdomen
- Increased stressful reactions
- Feeling overwhelmed more easily
- Hot flushes or severe sweating at night
- Weight increase and hampered weight loss
- Poor sleeping patterns
- Fatigue and lethargy
- Diminished libido
- Vaginal dryness
- Foggy mind and poor concentration
- Increased headaches