bioidentical hormones

How Bioidentical Hormones Work to Help You

December 24, 2018 | admin

Bioidentical hormones are a type of hormone designed to act just like your own hormones do in your body. This is a more natural solution to the typical hormone therapy used in decades past. While this should always be used under a qualified medical professional’s guidance, you may be surprised to find just how much you can benefit from starting this treatment. If you feel that your hormones are out of balance or if you just feel as if things in your body have changed, discover if this treatment could help you.

Treating Signs of Menopause

The biggest reason why people come to us seeking help is for issues with menopause. Menopause affects all women a bit differently, but you may be one who is experiencing significant side effects from this natural life change. If your symptoms, such as hot flashes, mood changes, weight gain and forgetfulness, are significantly impacting your life, you owe it to yourself to seek help. Bioidentical hormones come in a variety of methods depending on your needs.

Addressing Other Hormonal Issues

While bioidentical hormones are most often used in women who are nearing or going through menopause, they can actually be used in both men and women to treat a wide variety of concerns. Hormones do more than just affect women’s cycle. These little chemicals are found flowing throughout the body, controlling many processes. Male hormones also decrease with age or with certain diseases, and this therapy can help men feel more vital.

Live Your Best Life

The biggest reason that men or women will want to use bioidentical hormones is to feel more like themselves. The transition from the younger years to the older years can be difficult for some. They may struggle with unwelcome physical, mental and emotional sensations that leave them feeling less than their best. Bioidentical hormones can be used to help these people.

To start working with a team you can trust, reach out to us at SliMedica in San Antonio. Contact our office today and book your consultation!

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