As the body ages, our hormones stop replenishing themselves. For women, it is common to start seeing signs of Hormone imbalance in your late 30’s to early 40’s as you get closer to menopause. Often symptoms manifest as extreme fatigue, excessive weight gain, loss in muscle mass, hair loss and other issues commonly masked by or attributed to anxiety, depression, insomnia and more. Hormone balancing has the potential to help replenish levels to soften or reverse these symptoms, slow the signs of aging and reduce risk of potential issues in the future.
Perimenopause and Menopause start as the bodies levels of testosterone, estrogen and progesterone start to deplete. It is a normal and natural part of aging. For many women, low testosterone is a large contributor to the symptoms they are feeling. As in men, testosterone levels in women decrease with age. Over the last decade, countless studies have been published regarding the importance of testosterone in women’s general well being and sexual functioning. While it is important to get these levels checked when approaching menopause, many women could benefit from starting hormone replacement therapy earlier.
Testosterone pellets are a safe way to balance hormone levels. A small capsule is inserted in the upper-outer quadrant of the hip, and dissolves naturally when the hormone runs out in about 3-4 months. Pellets are affective in treating the symptoms of low libido, anorgasmia, depression, fatigue, muscle mass loss, weight gain, belly fat accumulation, immune system abnormality, autoimmune diseases, dry eyes, mental decline, loss of exercise stamina, loss of motivation, and many other symptoms of testosterone deficiency. Most women start seeing results in 3-4 weeks.
When working with Elle, we encourage patients to talk with us often as they see, or don’t see, changes so we can optimize your pellet dose and get the right hormone balance for your body.
The known diseases that testosterone can delay or prevent include:
- Auto-immune diseases
- Immune Deficiencies
- Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Heart Disease and Stroke
- Type II Diabetes
- Insulin Resistance
Women concerned with issues associated with the below should consider reaching out for an initial consultation.
- Delay the symptoms of aging
- Reverse depression and anxiety
- Regain libido
- Preserve skin and muscle tone
- Look younger
- Increase energy
- Strengthen the immune system
- Improve physical stamina
- Cure insomnia
- Thicken hair
- Protect against osteoporosis, dementia, diabetes, and heart disease
- Prevent need for long term care from loss of ability to walk
- Improve general health
What Are Nutraceuticals?
Nutraceuticals are high-grade supplements containing high-quality ingredients that undergo third-party validation. Nutraceuticals provide extra health benefits beyond the basic nutritional value found in foods. They are used to promote general well-being, control a variety of symptoms and help with anti-aging.
Nutraceuticals are products derived from food sources that are provide additional health benefits above basic nutritional value. Products may prevent chronic disease, improve health, help with weight loss, delay the aging process, increase life expectancy, or support the structure or function of the body.
Potential Health Benefits
Nutraceuticals are becoming more and more popular due to their safety, and nutritional and therapeutic effects. They may play a role in a variety of biological processes, such as, antioxidant defenses, cell building, genetic expression, and the safety of mitochondrial DNA.
Nutraceuticals may be used to improve health, prevent chronic diseases, postpone the aging process (and in turn increase life expectancy), or just support functions and integrity of the body. They are a healthy sources for prevention of life threatening diseases such as diabetes, renal and gastrointestinal disorders, and a variety of infections.
A wide range of nutraceuticals play crucial roles in the health of immune systems and susceptibility to disease. Nutraceuticals have disease modifying indications relative to oxidative stress found in allergies, Alzheimer’s disease, cardiovascular diseases, cancer, eye conditions, Parkinson’s diseases and obesity.
What Conditions Does Peptide Therapy Address?
Because these peptides are so numerous and variable in structure, their effects are likewise varied and wide-ranging. One class of these peptides are known as growth hormone secretagogues, and cause the secretion of one’s own, natural hGH in the body. These peptides have been shown to be very useful in the treatment of age-related conditions, osteoporosis, obesity, and various chronic inflammatory diseases, and have several advantages over traditional hGH administration.
Another type of peptide drug is composed of part of the hGH molecule that is responsible for fat cell death, and has been shown to be very effective as an anti-obesity drug. In addition to decreasing inflammation, these drugs lead to increased lean muscle mass and decreased body fat.
A certain class of peptide drug has been used to help prevent skin cancer by increasing the melanin in one’s skin, causing a darkening effect that mimics a quality sun tan. This peptide has also been shown to increase lean muscle mass and improve sex drive.
Would You Benefit From Peptide Therapy?
Peptide therapy encompasses numerous different drugs with varied effects, ranging from immune modulation and tissue repair to fat loss and muscle building. Our center has seen very positive results in patients with CFS, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, Lyme disease, and fibromyalgia, among other conditions