Do You Have Hormonal Imbalance?
Hormonal imbalance refers to a disruption in the normal level of hormones produced in our body by our adrenals, ovaries, or thyroid gland. These hormonal systems are interrelated and oftentimes an imbalance in one can offset the balance of the other, leading to a broad range of symptoms. How does this happen?
Our hormones play a major role in our body and effect how we look, feel, and function. Life stressors from working long hours, taking care of the family, commuting, poor sleep, unhealthy eating habits, environmental toxins and other forms of physical and emotional stress can disrupt our natural hormone balance leading to fatigue, menstrual irregularities, having difficulty losing weight, mood changes, or simply not feeling like yourself.
Do you have one or more of the following symptoms?
- Weight gain
- Difficulty sleeping
- Poor memory/concentration
- Mood changes
- Frequent/chronic infections
- Hot flashes and night sweats
- Cravings for sweets/carbs
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Reduced Libido
- Vaginal Dryness
- Excess facial or body hair
- Menstrual irregularities
- Aches and pains
- Thinning Hair
- Dry Skin
- Decreased Muscle Mass/Strength
If you answered yes to any of the above symptoms, you may be experiencing hormonal imbalance related to menopause, perimenopause, andropause or low testosterone syndrome, PMS, adrenal fatigue, hypothyroid, or blood sugar disregulations.
No matter what symptoms you are experiencing, we will determine the underlying cause of your natural hormone imbalance and restore your hormones to optimal levels with our effective personalized health plan.
Our Treatment program is created to address each individual patient’s needs. We recognize that each patient has a unique set of risk factors based on his/her family history, diet and lifestyle, past medical history, and other current medical conditions for which he/she is undergoing treatment.
Determining Your Hormonal Needs
Disruptions in hormone levels from hormonal imbalance can result in any of the above symptoms. To investigate further we utilize specific tests that measure your individual hormone levels in order to create a personalized health plan tailored to your needs. Testing is as easy as a simple blood test or saliva sample. For information on hormone testing, please visit Specialized Testing page.
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