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Hormonal birth control at young ages, inadequate menopause therapy protocols, and countless prescriptions for depression, anxiety, or sleep are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to improper recognition of women's hormonal health.
Hormone disruption in young females significantly increases a woman's risk of severe and difficult-to-treat health consequences later in life.
Compounded estradiol (estrogen), testosterone, and progesterone in the application best for you. We offer both continuous and biorhythmic menopause treatment. Treatment of women's hormone deficiencies should never involve synthetic hormones. Progesterone supplementation is always offered alongside estradiol supplementation if you have a uterus. We'll help you with whichever treatment is best for you.
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Estrogen and testosterone improve mood and brain function
Estrogen has antidepressant effects through regulation of your body's temperature, norepinephrine activity, and serotonin response and uptake in the brain. Studies show that estrogen improves sleep quality, enables falling asleep more easily, and decreases nighttime wakefulness. When estrogen levels are balanced, you'll wake up feeling fresh and recharged; further improving your mood.
Your ability to think is profoundly impacted by your testosterone levels. Studies show that testosterone improves working memory, visual memory, and verbal memory. The fastest and most noticeable positive effects of hormone therapy are clearer thinking and improved mood. Researchers at the University of Southern California found that increasing testosterone levels stalled the development of Alzheimer’s disease. This development led many to speculate that maintaining optimal testosterone levels may even prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
Both estrogen, progesterone, and growth hormone significantly improve sleep quality
Estrogen has been proven to 1) decrease sleep latency (the time it takes to fall asleep), 2) decrease cyclic spontaneous arousals, and 3) increase total sleep time. Studies show that estrogen improves sleep quality, enables falling asleep more quickly and easily, and decreases nighttime wakefulness. With balanced estrogen levels, you'll wake up feeling fresh and recharged.
Progesterone has both sedative and anxiolytic (anxiety-reducing) features. It stimulates the production of NREM-associated gamma-aminobutyric acid receptors by stimulating benzodiazepine receptors. Progesterone also acts as a respiratory stimulant and has been used to treat mild obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). With balanced progesterone levels, you'll wake up anxiety free, recharged, and able to breathe freely.
Sleep affects every aspect of your life. Anxiety and depression are associated with insomnia. You can say goodbye to insomnia when you start hormone therapy; regardless of whichever hormone therapy is right for you.
Estrogen strengthens bones
Estrogen influences how your body uses calcium as it relates to the regulation of calcium homeostasis. Estrogen promotes the activity of osteoblasts, which are cells that produce bone. Estrogen also decreases bone resorption, which is the breakdown of bones.
Balanced estrogen levels reduce your risk of osteoporosis and broken bones.
Testosterone decreases body fat
Testosterone is essential to the regulation of insulin, glucose, and fat storage. As testosterone levels drop, so does your body’s ability to process insulin, glucose, and fat.
Testosterone levels are directly correlated with fat storage. Testosterone is lipolytic, meaning fat burning. If you're deficient in testosterone, you're fighting a significant uphill battle against weight gain from fat. Optimizing your levels will melt body fat.
Testosterone increases muscle mass
As the most essential anabolic hormone, testosterone improves muscle protein synthesis; leading to more muscle mass.
More muscle you possess, the more metabolically active you are and the more calories you burn at rest. Building muscle also combats sarcopenia due to its protective effects on your joints, tendons, ligaments, and bones. Patients report improvement in joint pain and flexibility.
Other incredible health benefits of hormone therapy
Reduced risk of osteoporosis and broken bones
Decreased tooth loss
Lowered risk of diabetes
Decreased death rate for select age groups
Lowered risk of colon cancer
Reduced risk of Alzheimer's disease
Our free assessment quantifies your symptoms to see if hormone therapy is right for you. We're here to help you feel the way you want to feel.