FEMALE SYMPTOMS OF HORMONAL IMBALANCE
Hot flashes, insomnia, night sweats and depression cause fatigue. Fatigue affects every area of life—memory loss, depression, weight gain.
Most women experience memory loss, or forgetfulness, during menopause. Through supplements and nutrition, we can change sharpen your mental clarity.
Hormonal imbalances cause hot flashes. This uncomfortable occurrence leads to sweating, flushing and feeling faint.
As hormones change, women experience weight gain, a common complaint during menopause. Through nutrition and supplements, we can regulate weight changes.
Many healthcare professionals screen for osteoporosis during menopause. Changing hormones can cause changes in bone density.
Most menopausal women are fatigued, but cannot sleep. If having deep, restful sleep feels like an unobtainable goal, we can help you.
Lack of sleep and changing serotonin levels can cause changes in stress, mood and irritability.
Thyroid changes can cause thinning hair, which can be avoided through a nutritional and supplement regimen.
LOW SEX DRIVE
Aging doesn’t have to affect sex drive. We can implement simple changes to help you get your libido back.
When menopause hits, dryness, fine lines and wrinkles start to appear. With balanced hormones, collagen production can increase, causing that youthful glow to reappear.
Men deal with erectile dysfunction. Women deal with vaginal dryness. Neither wants to discuss it, but it’s something we talk with our patients about every day. We can help erradicate this painful symptom of menopause.
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