Are you feeling drained all the time?
Have that "wired than tired" feeling too?
Perhaps you are battling brain fog and have trouble getting restful sleep?
Are you also dealing with chronic GI issues like heartburn, bloating, and gassiness?
These are all symptoms of more serious imbalances and not just a sign of "getting older" or feeling stressed. Discover what your doctor may have missed and why it's time for a smarter approach to resolving hormonal and gut imbalances once and for all.
Your endocrine system is responsible for the production of the various hormones necessary for essential functions – from regulating metabolism, to maintaining healthy tissues, sex drive, reproduction, sleep cycles, and mood.
The endocrine system pairs specific hormone functions to each organ, to determine which chemicals need to be released, at what time, and for which purpose and should always be treated as a whole, not individually as they are in conventional medicine.
The glands that are part of your endocrine system work together including with your gut microbiome, like a complex hormonal symphony to control the level of hormones that circulate throughout your body at any given time.
So when just one of these glands is “out of tune”, creating imbalances, it can lead to widespread health issues ranging from chronic fatigue to increased risks for other imbalances like low metabolism and reduced libido.
When patients present with hormonal imbalances, most traditionally-trained clinicians typically focus on a diagnosis along with a drug protocol to treat the symptoms – for example, synthetic hormone replacement therapies such as thyroid medications. Unfortunately, this drug-first approach oftentimes “misses the boat.”
Balancing hormones naturally is not only effective but can frequently have additional benefits such as increased energy, weight loss, improved sleep, and healthier skin.
That’s why we focus on the root causes of your hormonal imbalances, using bioidentical hormones only when necessary, to address the issues for good.
Signs of hormonal imbalances can manifest in many ways, including:
Symptoms of hormonal imbalances can range quite a bit depending on what role that specific hormone plays in balancing your body.
For example, high estrogen levels or storing too much estrogen in the body can contribute to longterm health issues including blood sugar imbalances that may lead to diabetes, unexplained weight gain, changes in appetite, and problems with eyesight.
Some issues associated with hormonal imbalances may include:
Hormonal imbalances are created by a combination of lifestyle factors — such as diet, exercise, environment, genetics, stress, and exposure to xenotoxins from plastics, makeup, cleaning supplies and even residual pesticides in food. Some of the major causes of hormonal imbalances include:
The earlier hormonal imbalances are diagnosed, the sooner you can start addressing them naturally – feel free to schedule a complimentary phone consultation to see what the best next steps are for you.
Do you have questions about starting your path back to health? Our patient coordinator is standing by, happy to answer any questions you have to determine if our approach is right for you.
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